Thunderbird District Bobcat Roundup
Cub Scout Leaders: Get your Required Training completed while Boy Scouts teach your cub scouts their Bobcat requirements. There will be time for your cubs to also experience the fun of Cub World!
Emergency Preparedness Workshop
Thanks to those that put on a great workshop!
Here are some pictures from the Emergency Preparedness Workshop:
Wilderness First Aid Training
Wood Badge 2017-18
Essential Leadership Training
What is Wood Badge?
The Wood Badge experience is training for adult leaders from all scouting programs. It provides participants with firsthand knowledge regarding how teams develop and achieve excellence. Participants take part in an active learning process through involvement in planning, development, presentation and assessment. Participants will enjoy a world-class learning experience that will strengthen their long-term commitment to Scouting and provide them with valuable leadership skills.
Wood Badge is a series of fun and educational weekend training activities that develop you into a better Scout leader. There is some physical challenge involved, but nothing that should keep anyone from attending this great opportunity. The time constraints are tight, but only because we jam so many great training activities into the weekends. Some of the activities covered are:
- Camping as a patrol.
- Putting the patrol method into practice by camping, cooking and working as a group.
- Leadership skills development.
- Learning games and activities that will work well in your unit.
- Developing friendships that will last a lifetime.
- Conduct patrol meetings (not at camp) between your first and second weekends at camp.
Spring Course 2018: May 18-20 or June 1-3 at Beaumont Scout Reservation
Fall Course 2018: Aug, 24-26 or Sept. 14-16 at Beaumont Scout Reservation
Den Chief Training dates:
Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018 at Beaumont Scout Reservation
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Roundtable is a meeting of leaders and parents to provide ongoing training, announce upcoming activities and news, share program ideas, and network. Roundtable takes place on the first Monday of each month at the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (4200 Delor St, 63116) at 7 p.m.
Do you need to take Youth Protection Training? Do you need to take your Cub Scout Leader Training? All of this and more can be done while visiting http://my.scouting.org.
Use your membership number on your ID card to sign in. If you are new to Scouting and do not have a membership number, create a new user name and password. Every time you complete a training session, print out the certificate provided and turn in to your Unit Leader, Committee Chairman or council service center.
YOUTH PROTECTION TRAINING
Youth protection training is mandatory for ALL registered adults and must be re-taken every two years. Youth safety is the No. 1 concern of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).