Category Archives: Training

All about training in the BSA and facts to help train new leaders.

By Maloree Anderson
Aug 14, 2019

Missing Girl Found Because of Trained Camp Staff

It was another week of girls camp at Camp Maple Dell. Over the years, many girls camps have been held at Maple Dell, providing adventures and team-building activities for the hundreds of young women and leaders attending. It was just a normal week at camp, until the cry from the church leaders came. Night time […]

By Angela Shelley
Jun 25, 2019

Leadership Development with a Twist on Tradition

Great leadership has immeasurable value and the potential for endless positive influence. Businesses and corporations know this and easily pay thousands or tens of thousands of dollars to support leadership development and growth each year. Have you given your leaders the best tools to succeed? Are you satisfied with your leadership skills? And did you […]

By Maloree Anderson
Apr 10, 2019

Rafting, Rapids, & Relaxing: What are you doing with your Scouts this summer?

It’s hard to imagine what a river rafting experience is like until you go on one. They create life-long bonds and lasting memories for Scouts and their troops. Take awe in God’s country and be inspired as you float through a deep canyon, a wilderness that is inaccessible without your raft and the river. Prepare […]

scouting ambassador
By Madison Austin
Mar 05, 2019

Become a Scouting Ambassador Today, Bring Scouting to your Community Tomorrow

Are you looking to bring Scouting to more families in your community? Do you know of any youth who want to continue Scouting after 2019? Or maybe you just know of a local business who would make a great chartered partner. If this sounds like you, or you just want to be involved in making the […]

By Angela Shelley
Feb 14, 2019

Wilderness First Aid and Other Outdoor Trainings Coming to You

Wilderness First Aid If you’ve ever experienced waiting for first responders and getting someone the medical care they need, you know how crucial (and slow) that time can be. When modern resources aren’t readily available, those critical moments can stretch to hours, and sometimes days. However, you can have more confidence in these moments and […]

By Madison Austin
Jan 22, 2019

Every Scouter and Parent Should Know the Signs of Altitude Sickness – It Could Save a Life

Altitude sickness is a common, but sometimes fatal, illness. If you’ve ever been on a high-altitude hike and felt the onset of a headache and fatigue, it’s very possible you have experienced the beginning stages of altitude sickness. If you’ve been lucky enough to avoid this fatal illness once, don’t think you are immune and […]

By Madison Austin
Jan 17, 2019

Learn First Aid, Save A Life

When two shoppers were injured in the shooting at Fashion Place Mall in Murray, Utah on Jan. 13, 2019, several bystanders sprang to action, working quickly to call 911, comfort the victims, and control the bleeding from their injuries. These ordinary people demonstrated exceptional courage and calm as they jumped right in to help. Not […]

Martin Frey
By Madison Austin
Jan 15, 2019

Get to Know Martin Frey: Guinness World Record Holder and University of Scouting Keynote Speaker

This year, we are pleased and excited to announce that the University of Scouting keynote speaker will be Martin Frey, the first person to climb the world’s 7 summits and sail the 7 seas.  “Is this the world’s most adventurous man?” -CNN Get to Know Martin Frey Martin is a successful business leader, tech investor, […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 14, 2019

Get Educated at University of Scouting 2019

Get Educated at the University of Scouting coming up Feb. 23, 2109, from 8 am – 4 pm at 864 W 800 S, Orem, UT. Register at utahscouts.org/uos. The University of Scouting is an annual training event for Cub Scout, Boy Scout (soon to be Scouts BSA), and Venturing leaders. This one-day training conference is for leaders […]

By Annaleis Smith
Dec 03, 2018

Attend the Lehi Commissioner College on January 19th!

Saturday, January 19th in Lehi there will be a College of Commissioner Science (aka Commissioner College) and registration is open now. Why you should attend: Every unit deserves a Unit Commissioner and this may just be the perfect volunteer spot for you. Our council will soon be in need of lots more “New-Unit” Commissioners to […]

By Annaleis Smith
Oct 26, 2018

Commissioner College in St George!

Commissioner College is coming to St George on November 3rd, 2018. If you have not registered yet there is still time. And don’t worry, walk-in registrations are accepted as well. For only $10, you will get a full day of valuable training with great teachers and other Scouters. It’s well worth your time! Register Here […]

By Annaleis Smith
Oct 09, 2018

Spanish Fork Commissioner College

This Saturday is the Commissioner College in Spanish Fork.  Commissioner College is a great opportunity for Commissioners, or any Scouter for that matter, to learn more about the Commissioner roles. Register Here If your current BSA position has the word “Commissioner” in it, there is training at the college for you. If you are thinking […]

By Annaleis Smith
Oct 09, 2018

Live YPT in Spanish Fork

An opportunity to attend a live version of the BSA’s updated Youth Protection Training this Saturday, October 13th, in Spanish Fork is being provided by the Black Diamond District. Hopefully, everyone knows the BSA came out with a new version of their mandatory Youth Protection Training back in Feb 2018 and announced that everyone would need to […]

cub scouting essentials
By Julia Thompson
Jun 26, 2018

Cub Scouting Essentials: Doing Your Best and Where to Start

So, you are a new leader or have a child who is new to Cub Scouts, now what? Although Cub Scouting can seem daunting, as it is the first step many youth, leaders and parents often take into Scouting, it is well worth it. The skills learned in this program will be the essential building blocks for a […]