Training

We believe that every Scout deserves a trained leader. We want to make sure that you understand how Scouting works and that you’re properly equipped to deliver a fun and fulfilling program to our youth.

The Boy Scouts of America provides a wealth of training opportunities at every level of Scouting. Whether you’re a first time Cub leader or a high adventure veteran, there’s a training course for you. Continual learning is a key to the success of our programs.

For additional information about training courses visit the national website using the following link:  https://www.scouting.org/training/

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Maubila Scout Reservation

October 4-6, 2019

November 15-17, 2019

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Cub Scout Leader Training

All Cub adult leaders are encouraged to take position specific training after registration and Youth Protection Training to become more proficient as an adult leader for the den or pack. Online courses are available at my.scouting.org. Simply create an account using your BSA ID and take the appropriate courses according to your Cub Scouting role.

Five Rivers District: Christ United Methodist Church – September 7, 2019

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Baldwin District: Spanish Fort Presbyterian Church – September 14, 2019

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Scoutmaster/Asst.Scoutmaster Position Specific Training

All registered leaders should have Youth Protection upon submitting adult application and CBC. Scoutmaster Fast Start goes over all scouting terms and benefits new leaders prior to course. Course open to Scoutmasters, Assistant and Junior Scoutmasters, Venturing Leaders, Committee Chairs and members.

This is a council-wide training at Five Rivers Delta Resource Center.

September  28, 2019

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