TRAINING

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) is an energetic training that will cover everything a Cub Scout leader needs to know to plan a fun pack overnighter.  

 

Campmaster Certification

The Campmaster Corps is a group of registered adult Scouters who volunteer to serve at council-owned camps to provide operational and program support to units during the camping season. Contacts: David McCaughtry or Charlotte Bridgman 

Cub Scout Shooting Sports Training

This training will prepare individuals for the supervision of shooting sports activities allowed by BSA for Cub Scout programs at the District and Council levels. They will receive safety orientation, range set up rules/regulations, health & safety guidelines to comply with the BSA Guide to Safe Scouting, shooting fundamentals needed for BB gun and archery ranges, and other allowed activities that can be involved with Cub Scout Shooting events.  Contact David McCaughtry or Charlotte Bridgman 

e-Learning

My.scouting.org is a section of the BSA website that offers online training. A login is required, but anyone may create a user account and view the courses. Registered members of the BSA may provide their member numbers (as part of the user profile) to receive credit. Take Youth Protection Training and other BSA training.

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

Outdoor Leader Skills (OLS) is an overnight training for Boy Scout leaders. The course emphasizes safety, procedures, and the best methods for outdoor enjoyment with boys ages 11 to 16.​ 

 
 

Leave No Trace Trainer Course

The Leave No Trace Trainer specializes in teaching Leave No Trace principals and the ways to implement these low impact skills. Leave No Trace is best understood as an educational and ethical program, not as a set of rules and regulations. Anyone attending this training will be considered a Leave No Trace trainer with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics.

Position-Specific Training

Position-Specific Training (PST) is geared to the specific position a Scout volunteer holds (den leader, scoutmaster, etc.). 

Roundtables

Spend a day learning new ideas and concepts, and have hands-on experience that will enhance your ability to deliver an exciting program to Scouts.  Refer to the Tukabatchee Area Council calendar to find a Roundtable for your District. 

Spend a day learning new ideas and concepts, and have hands-on experience that will enhance your ability to deliver an exciting program to Cub Scouts, and Boy Scouts. 

Tukabatchee Life-Saving Training Center

Training center for CPR and First Aid classes. There are also online training options that can be done at home leaving only the skills to check in the classroom setting. More information. Contact Charlotte Bridgman or Joe Rightmyer to schedule classes.

Wood Badge, the Ph.D. of scouting for scouters, is offered every two years. Wood Badge 2023 is in the planning phase.