Tag Archives: training

By Community Submission
Aug 13, 2015

Get ready for Fall, Spring and Summer climbing trips!

Get ready for Fall, Spring and Summer  climbing trips! BSA Level 1 & 2 Climbing Instructor class Held at the Utah National Parks Council office: 748 N. 1340 W.     Orem, UT  84057 The workshop is to teach Level 1 & 2 climbing, This 6 day workshop runs from Thursday September 24, Friday 25th 6pm – 10 pm,  Saturday September 26th 9am […]

By Darryl Alder
Dec 11, 2014

Training Just Got a Whole Lot Easer

Online Training (MyScouting) This article provides information on the MyScouting online account on the BSA National Council’s Scouting.org site.  If you have an existing MyScouting account,  click here to access the login page. If you don’t have a MyScouting account, read on for information on how to set one up. What is MyScouting Over the past few years, […]

By The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Dec 10, 2014

Capturing the Vision of Scouting

Our efforts as Young Men advisers and Scout leaders can have eternal consequences. When I was a mission president, one particular zone was having a lot of success. I asked one of the zone leaders, “Elder, what’s going on here?” He said, “President, in high school I ran cross- country with a handful of friends. We trained hard and competed together. For four […]

By Bryan Wendell
Nov 18, 2014

Why Wood Badge?

Volunteers expect fun and fellowship at a Wood Badge course, but much more awaits. Read on about how this training session helps new-to-Scouting adults lead more successful packs, troops and crews. NO UMBRELLA-TOPPED drinks served poolside. No quality time with your Kindle. No seaweed body wraps, no room service, no hot-stone massages. Is Wood Badge a […]

By Joanne Reinertson
Nov 10, 2014

Just One More Step and I’m Through

Okay, just one more step and I’m through. I can’t make it, I’m too tired. Exhaustion is taking over, my hips and collar bone hurt. I can’t bear it – wait, why am I still going? How are my swollen feet, twisted ankle, and sore legs still carrying me? I’m leading everyone, how can I give up now? […]

By Boy Scouts of America
May 10, 2014

Training Update

Friday May 9, Mark Griffin, Director of Learning Delivery for BSA’s new Scouting University reported that new training courses are available at www.Scouting.org/training/adult. Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster Position-Specific – replaces the current course and uses the same code (C40) in ScoutNET and Tools. Pack Committee Challenge – replaces current pack committee specifics and uses the same code (C60) […]

By Community Submission
Jan 06, 2014

Working at Philmont Scout Ranch

Each season, Philmont Scout Ranch employs more than 1,000 staff members to operate and support Philmont’s program, Training Center, food service, ranching museums and maintenance and to assist the administrative staff. A wide variety of paid positions are available, including Rangers, Backcountry Program Counselors and Training Center and base camp support staff. The majority of […]

By LDS-BSA Relationships
Jan 06, 2014

Video: All About Philmont Scout Ranch

Every year stake presidencies in the United States are invited to the Priesthood Leadership Conference on Scouting at the Philmont Training Center in New Mexico. The purpose of this conference is to help stake leaders better understand how Scouting can support the Aaronic Priesthood. The conference is held under the direction of the Young Men […]