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Training: Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. What is Roundtable, and why should i attend?

What is Roundtable, and why should i attend?
Roundtable is a monthly presentation of unit program ideas, inspiration, and additional training for all leaders. Share ideas, learn something new and fellowship with other Scouting parents.

Boy Scout Leader Training

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Select Your Boy Scout Leader Position

Scoutmaster (SM), Assistant Scoutmaster (SA), Leader of 11-Year Old Scouts (10)

Scoutmaster (SM), Assistant Scoutmaster (SA), Leader of 11-Year Old Scouts (10) all have the same basic training requirements.

Required Trainings
Upon completion of the following trainings, you will be consider "Trained" for your position

  1. Youth Protection Training (Y01) Online Course
  2. Scoutmaster & Assistant Specific Training (S24)
  3. IOLS - Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (S11)

Online Course Course that can be taken online at MyScouting.org

Recommended Advanced and Supplement Trainings
The following trainings are highly recommend for your position.

  • Coming Soon

Training Awards
Upon completion of your basic training you will be eligible or well on your way to earning the following awards!

Troop Chairman (CC), Troop Committee (MC)

Troop Chairman (CC), Troop Committee (MC) all have the same basic training requirements.

Required Trainings
Upon completion of the following trainings, you will be consider "Trained" for your position

  • Troop Committee Challenge (WS10) Online Course
  • Youth Protection Training (Y01) Online Course

Online Course Course that can be taken online at MyScouting.org

Recommended Advanced and Supplement Trainings
The following trainings are highly recommend for your position.

  • Coming Soon

Training Awards
Upon completion of your basic training you will be eligible or well on your way to earning the following awards!

Adult Training Continuum

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Five Levels of the BSA training Continuum (Your Next Step)

The five levels of the training continuum that make up the graded approach are joining, orientation, basic, supplemental, and advanced. Each level is designed for a specific purpose, with the first required of all registered leaders, the next two being more role-based training, and the last two being more focused on advanced skills and leadership.

Completion of basic training is the measurement for being "trained" in the BSA. Becoming "trained" will allow you wear a trained patch on your uniform!

S.T.E.M

OCTOBER 10-12, 2014

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35th Annual Construction Industry Lunch-O-Ree

HONORING:

Mike Re

CEO 

Swinerton Builders

Mike Re 

Date & Time: 
Friday, September 27, 2013 - 10:30am - Friday, September 27, 2013 - 1:30pm

Development Director Job Opening

Please click the following link to download a copy of the Development Director Job Description

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