Every Youth Deserves  a Trained Leader

As parents and volunteers in the Boy Scouts of America, we all want the best program for our children. And the best program means the best experience. So how do we get that? In large part by being the best leaders we can be. The Scout Oath begins with..."On My Honor I Will Do My Best..." As we set the example; we should expect nothing less of ourselves. Training affords us the best opportunity to be the best we can be. 

Leaders can attend any training course in any area of the council, you are not required to attend those training courses which are offered in your local district.

Course Descriptions: Please click on the link below to view a listing of training courses available to you in your current position.

Some Great Resources:

 How do I. . . .

  • Sign up for Training?

    Check the calendar/event registration site to check on dates.

    2014 - 2015 TRAINING CALENDARS

              New Leader Training 
        Supplemental Leader Training

  • Let the Council Service Center know that I have updated my training? 

    Download the Individual Volunteer Training Update form, fill it out and mail, fax or email it to the Council Service Center.

  • Find Leader Award Knots?

    Download the list of knots that are available.  Visit the forms page under official downloadable forms and scroll down to the various "Progress Records for ..." to print the form you need.

  • Submit the Progress Records to get my knot? 

    Have your committee chair or unit leader fill out the form, you can mail it to your District Training Chair or give it to them at each month's Roundtable Meeting.  They will sign off on it and send it to the Council Service Center.  Your knot will be sent back for the next available Roundtable for presentation.