Cub Scout Leader Training
Cub Scout Leader Specific Training gives a leader the knowledge and skills needed to deliver a quality program for their specific position. These trainings cover the same requirements as the online "Cub Leader Specific" courses, but many leaders find the live version more rewarding and more fun! It also gives you a chance to meet other leaders, share ideas, and experiences. These in-person trainings will provide you with the basic tools needed to be successful in your leadership position, along with continual opportunities to refine your skills as you become comfortable in delivering a quality Cub Scouting Program.
Den Leaders: This training is designed to help Den Leaders to plan and run successful and FUN den meetings. This course will also provide the learner with an overall glimpse and understanding of the Cub Scout program. Den Leader Position Specific Training, Youth Protection, and Weather Hazard will certify a Den Leader as “trained”.
Cubmasters and Assistant Cubmasters: This training is designed to help Cubmasters and Assistant Cubmasters to plan and hold a successful and FUN Pack Meeting for the whole family. This course will also provide the learner with an overall glimpse and understanding of the Cub Scout program. Cubmasters and Assistant Cubmasters Position Specific Training, Youth Protection, and Weather Hazard will certify a Cubmaster/Assistant Cubmaster as “trained”.
Committee Chair and Member: To make Cub Scouting work it takes a team made up of each Cub Scout’s parent or guardian and other caring adults who agree to take on roles that best fit their individual talents. Together this team makes up the Pack Committee. This training is designed to help parents, Committee Chairs, and Committee members to understand their role in the Pack, Den, and Family. This course will also provide the learner with an overall glimpse and understanding of the Cub Scout program. To be considered “trained”, Parents, Committee Chairs, and Committee Parents should complete this course as well as Youth Protection, and Weather Hazard.
Upcoming Training Opportunities:
When: November 17, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Where: LDS Church
205 Ensign Drive
Dallas, GA 30157
Register by November 10, to guarantee training materials
Please bring paper, pen, position-specific handbook, and water bottle
Contact Jeanine Southall for more information.
When: December 14, 8:30-12:00 PM
Where: Atlanta Area Council- Volunteer Service Center
1800 Circle 75 Parkway, SE
Atlanta, Ga 30339
(in the Expansion Room)
Registration will begin at 8:15 AM
Contact Garrett Bailey for more information
Online Training is available year-round. Login to your myScouting account at my.scouting.org/ and select "BSA Learn Center".
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