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These courses provide basic and specific training for members of the Council and/or District Commissioner teams.

 

The following BCS courses are from the National Commissioner Syllabus

 

BCS-102       SUPPORTING TIMELY UNIT CHARTER RENEWALS

Per. 8             This course will help the participants better understand the unit re-charter process and the importance of re-chartering on time.

                     

BCS-103       THE COMMISSIONER AND THE DISTRICT

Per. 4             This session will discuss the special relationship of the volunteer and the professional staff who assist the Council, District, and Unit operations.

                     

BCS-104       CONTACTING UNITS

Per. 8             This course will describe how the concept of commissioner service is demonstrated in frequent unit contacts. Identify ways to demonstrate good commissioner service. Explain the importance of using the Commissioner Tools to record and manage unit contacts.

                     

BCS-105       PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO COMMON UNIT NEEDS

Per. 8             A Commissioner's primary purpose is to help units succeed, develop a better program, and operate effectively. Frequently Commissioners are called upon to assist with units concerns that could hinder the unit's success. Participants of this course will become familiar with how to respond to these concerns using Commissioner Helps and Early Warning Signals.

                     

BCS-107       UNIT JOURNEY TO EXCELLENCE

Per. 6             This course will help you identify the key categories of performance for Journey To Excellence. Tell how the commissioner staff affects Journey To Excellence performance. Identify resources to help improve Journey To Excellence performance.

                     

BCS-112       WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

Per. 7             From this course the participants should be able to develop a better understanding on how to handle potential issues that might arise from unit contacts. Group discussion and participation on ten situations that commissioners might encounter.

                     

BCS-116       COLLABORATIVE ASSESSMENTS

Per. 5             How to conduct an Action Planning meeting with the units Key 3 leaders (Scout Leader, Committee Chairman and Chartered Organization Representative), using the Unit Self-Assessment form. The Commissioner guides the unit leader and the unit chairman through the assessment process, as well as monitors and reports progress throughout the year.

                     

BCS-117       SELECTING QUALITY LEADERS

Per. 1             This course will give you an understanding of the role of the commissioner to assist units in selecting the best possible leadership for their unit.

                     

BCS119        WEBELOS TO SCOUT TRANSITION

Per. 3             Participants of this course will become familiar with the timetable of events that should occur and the responsibilities of the Packs, Troops, District and Commissioners. It should be noted that the time table is year round and focuses on facilitating a good decision by the Webelos Scout in how and where he will continue his Scouting experience.

                     

BCS129        EMPHASIZING DUTY TO GOD

Per. 2             The purpose of this course will explain how and why Scouting encourages boys to be reverent

                     

BCS150        ROUNDTABLE IN COMMISSIONER SERVICE

Per. 1             The purpose of the roundtable is to help units succeed by providing useful program ideas, information on policy, and current information on council and district events and training oportunities.

                     

BCS151        THE ROUNDTABLE COMMISSIONER TEAM

Per. 2             During this presentation we will review the duties and responsibilities of the Roundtable Commissioner Team. We will look at individual responsibilities of the Roundtable Commissioner Team.

                     

BCS-152       USING THE ROUNDTABLE PROGRAM GUIDES

Per. 7             This course will review the Roundtable Planning Guides for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts to include Varsity Teams and the Venturing Monthly Program Forum. We will do this by looking at the roundtable guides for each program and help you understand the parts and pieces of each. We will also investigate the importance of using the planning guides.

                     

BCS-154       THE CUB SCOUT ROUNDTABLE

Per 3             This session will discuss about Cub Scout roundtable being a form of commissioner service and supplemental training for volunteers at the unit level. The objectives of roundtable are to provide leaders with program ideas, information on policy, events and training opportunities. Find out what a good roundtable can do for your unit and scouts.

                     

BCS-155       THE BOY SCOUT ROUNDTABLE

Per. 6             Roundtable is a forum for sharing experiences and enjoying fun and fellowship with other Boy Scout leaders. When skillfully executed, the roundtable experience will inspire, motivate, and enable unit leaders to provide a stronger program for their scouts. The participant will have a better understanding of the Boy Scout Roundtable Guide and how to use it.

 

UNIT COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING - 2015 Revised National Syllabus. This series of three course hours is a position-specific course updated for today’s active Unit Commissioners. All Three Course Hours Are Required. A certificate of completion will be awarded. Three unit visits must be completed in your home council. When these visits have been reported to your District Commissioner, you may be awarded a “Trained” leadership strip at the direction of your local council.

 

C101A           UNIT COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING - Part 1

Per. 1             Membership, Fund Development, Program and Commissioner Service Role.

                      Courses C101A, C101B, and C101C must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

C101B           UNIT COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING - Part 2

Per. 2             Continuation of UNIT COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING – 2015 Revised National Syllabus. Unit contacts and visits, Commissioner Tools, Supporting the Unit, Program planning for packs, troops, team and crew, Journey to Excellence program, Voice of the Scout, Charter renewal and charter presentation, Youth Protection and the commissioner.

                      Courses C101A, C101B, and C101C must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

C101C           UNIT COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING - Part 3

Per. 3             Continuation of UNIT COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING – 2015 Revised National Syllabus. The Annual Commissioner Service Plan, Unit Health-Watch for Vital Signs, Commissioner Leadership Style and Tasks, and Additional Training Opportunities.

                      Courses C101A, C101B, and C101C must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

C107A           ROUNDTABLE COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING - Part 1

Per. 4             This course is designed to help Roundtable Commissioners conduct successful Cub Scout Roundtables, Boy Scout Roundtables, Varsity Scout Huddles and Venturing Forums.

                      Courses C107A and C107B must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

C107B           ROUNDTABLE COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING - Part 2

Per. 5             This course is a continuation of C107A

                      Courses C107A and C107B must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

C116             UNIT SERVICE PLAN AND COMMISSIONER TOOLS

Per. 4             This session introduces an entirely new and exciting method of delivering unit service. Topics include: JTE support, Unit Key 3 relationship, new detailed assessments to identify timely and specific unit needs. the 4 focus areas, dashboards, supporting documents, system demonstrations and more. Tools and technology will enhance the support, service and efficiency of all commissioners.

 

The following MCS courses are from the National Commissioner Syllabus

 

MCS-303       LIFESAVING I

Per. 4             This course will set the stage for saving a unit and reviews the basic unit lifesaving steps. Getting to know your units will help you identify when and how to address issues they face in keeping them strong and successful.

                      Courses MCS-303 and MCS-304 must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

MCS-304       LIFESAVING II

Per. 5             This course is an in-depth continuation of MSC303. Dealing with the seven typical unit "Hurry Cases." Your ability to recognize these issues and prioritize them will assist you and the unit to continue on successfully.

                      Courses MCS-303 and MCS-304 must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

MCS-306       COUNSELING SKILLS

Per. 7             The best way to strengthen a unit is to strengthen its leadership. Counseling is an effective method in helping unit leaders develop their potential. Even the leader who has completed formal training and has years of experience can benefit from counseling. As a commissioner, you should develop your counseling skills.

 

MCS-308       VENTURING AND THE COMMISSIONER

Per. 5             This course will cover the commitment a commissioner must make to Venturing. It will cover that the commissioner needs to be an advocate. The commitment to good unit service for Venturing crews is vital.

 

MCS-309       GOOD COMMISSIONERS NEED BOTH HEAD AND HEART

Per. 7             This session will help commissioners with at least one or two years of experience reflect on some of the important qualities of good commissioners service (the "head"). The session also provides a variety of inspirational anecdotes for them to share with unit adults as well as other commissioners (the "heart").

 

MCS-311       ALL ABOUT ASSISTANT DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS

Per. 3             This session will discuss the responsibilities of assistant district commissioners and how their vision of Scouting must be communicated through unit commissioners to every unit leader they serve.

 

MCS-312       RECRUITING NEW COMMISSIONERS

Per. 1             This session will discuss that quality programs flourish and membership grows in a Scouting district when there is a complete team of quality commissioners. You will learn the steps of recruiting quality commissioners, techniques and prospect sources for finding the right Commissioner.

 

MCS-313       ORIENTING, TRAINING, AND RECOGNIZING COMMISSIONERS

Per. 8             This course is for all administrative commissioner - covers all aspects of commissioners training, including new commissioner orientation, basic training, Arrowhead Honor, the Commissioner Award of Excellence in Unit Service, the Commissioner's Key, the Distinguished Commissioner Service Award, and continuing education. A variety of classroom techniques are also reviewed.

 

MCS-318       TOP 10 WAYS TO ASSURE GOOD COMMISSIONER SERVICE

Per. 6             Today everyone has their top 10 list, including commissioners. This session is designed to help experienced commissioners review their priorities and - for some of us - to get back to the basics

 

MCS-319       DISTRICT COMMISSIONER BASICS

Per. 6             This course will be an interactive activity and a review of all the responsibilties of a District Commissioner. All participants should have the latest edition of "Administration of Commissioner Service" No. 34501

 

MCS321        SERVICE TO NEW UNITS

Per. 2             This course will discuss the vital role a commissioner plays not only in the creation of the new units, but in their continued growth and success.

                     

MCS-324       PREVENTING COMMISSIONER BURNOUT

Per. 7             Whether we work with a unit or on the Commissioner staff, we have to be ready to face the reality that everyone gets burned out with Scouting at one time or another. This course will look at some ways we can help overcome those burn out situations and motivate ourselves and others toward better tenure in the BSA.

 

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COUNCIL/DISTRICT OPERATIONS

 

These courses provide basic training for members of the council and district committees and supplemental training for commissioners.

 

D101             MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ROUNDTABLE

Per. 3             Discuss the important role that roundtables play within your district. Explore the various elements of a fun and exciting roundtable as well as the importance of each component. Our discussions will include the Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing Program Roundtables

 

D103             THE LION PROGRAM

Per. 6 NEW   This course will explain the structure of the Lion program - A pilot program that is developed for kindergarten age boys and their families.

 

D425             THE SENIOR PATROL LEADER TRAINING ACADEMY

Per. 8             This session will review and explore the concept of a Training Academy specifically for Senior Patrol Leaders. The Senior Patrol Leaders Training Academy is designed as a one-day training event, conducted at a district or council level, to introduce Senior Patrol Leaders to the "Nuts and Bolts" of troop operations in their units. The primary responsibility of the Scoutmaster is to train the Senior Patrol Leader. The Senior Patrol Leader Training Academy gives the Scoutmaster an additional tool to meet that goal.

 

D902A           CHAIRING A SCOUTING EVENT - Part 1

Per. 1             This course is for Unit, District, and Council volunteers who have been selected to run a Scouting event. Learn what needs to be done to run a successful Scouting event, starting with preliminary planning, organizing the committee, develop a backdating schedule, program promotion, physical arrangements, health and safety, budgeting, and finance.

                      Courses D902A and D902B must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

D902B           CHAIRING A SCOUTING EVENT - Part 2

Per. 2             This session is part two and will give you practical experience of developing a Scouting event.

                      Courses D902A and D902B must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

D909             TRAINER SKILLS: TECHNIQUES FOR THE LEARNER OF TODAY

Per. 3             Many Scouters have experienced the evolution of the training curriculum provided by the National Training Division. What the trainers of these programs might be missing are the reasons for these evolutions in learning. This course will focus on training techniques for the learners of today and how to apply these techniques to the latest training curriculum.

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MEMBERSHIP

 

These courses provide insight and training on recruiting and retaining membership within all aspects of the program.  All Scouters should take these courses, no matter their position, as membership should be the primary focus of all council operations.

 

M101             PACK XYZ COMMITTEE CASE STUDY

Per. 7 NEW   This is a hands-on participation of case studies that a Pack Committee may encounter. You will be split into small groups and given time to come-up with solutions and report when you come together as a group. A minimum of 12 participants are required to run this course.

 

M102             TROOP 9999 CASE STUDY

Per. 8 NEW   This is a hands-on participation of case studies that a Troop Committee may encounter. You will be split into small groups and given time to come-up with solutions and report when you come together as a group. A minimum of 12 participants are required to run this course.

 

M103             FOOD ALLERGY AWARENESS

Per. 6 NEW   There seem to be more and more people with food allergies these days. This session will help you understand most common allergens You will get hands-on training for Epi Pens. Know how to recognize signs of anaphylaxis. Information and guidance as to how to better include food allergic members in outings, camps, and regular activities safely. Invaluable information for everyone!!

 

M200A          COMMISSIONER CORPS/MEMBERSHIP TEAM COLLABORATION - Part 1

Per. 7             This course will stress a "One Team" concept where the role and collaboration of your Membership Team and Commissioner Corps are necessary for membership and unit retention and offer suggestions for a Membership Team/Commissioner Corps Tool Kit to aid in the success of your units, districts and councils.

                      Courses M200A and M200B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

M200B          COMMISSIONER CORPS/MEMBERSHIP TEAM COLLABORATION - Part 2

Per. 8             This is a continuation of M200A

                      Courses M200A and M200B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

M301A          SPECIAL NEEDS SCOUTS IN THE UNIT - Part 1

Per. 1             How to adapt your program to meet the needs of your Scouts with special needs. It will cover a discussion of the various types of issues that you may run into with your program.  An example of one Troops solution will be presented.

                      Courses M301A and M301B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

M301B          SPECIAL NEEDS SCOUTS IN THE UNIT - Part 2

Per. 2             An opportunity for an open discussion of the various issues and challenges related to “Extra Needs Scouts”. This class is interactive with troubleshooting and discussion.

                      Courses M301A and M301B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

M302             BEYOND THE AGE OF ELIGIBILITY

Per. 3             This is a hands-on course that will walk you through the process of registering a Scout beyond the age of eligibility, when to start, and the eligibility requirements.

 

M303             HOW TO START A SPECIAL NEEDS COMMITTEE

Per. 4             This course will discuss what constitutes a special needs committee, what it does, and how to start one, as well as the structure and responsibilities of the committee.

 

M305             CONDUCTING A SPECIAL NEEDS SURVEY

Fri. Eve.        This course will go over the process of collecting the data, why it is important, and how it can help us to better serve our special needs population.

 

M306             ADVANCEMENT AND SPECIAL NEEDS SCOUTS

Per. 5             In this class you will learn about advancement at all levels.  We will discuss the requirements for Eagle, individual Scout achievement plans, applying for alternate Eagle rank merit badges, protocols, applying for extensions, and what it means to have your Scout "coded" for special needs.  This class is also taught at the Philmont Training Center.

 

M307             DAY CAMP AND CUBS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Per. 6             This course will give you some pointers and tools to help your Cub Scouts with special needs get more out of Day Camp. This is a great course for Day Camp Staff and the leaders taking their Cub Scouts to Camp.

 

M308             LIFE TO EAGLE - WHAT UNITS CAN DO

Per. 1             This course is designed for Scouters in the troop that are involved with the Life to Eagle process. It will also reference the benefiting organization and the Life Scout's parents.

                     

M309             HIGH ADVENTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Per. 5             In this session you will be made aware of the training opportunities at the Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico.  Courses available, how to participate, and family programs will be discussed.

 

M775A          UNIT RETENTION, STARTING AND SUSTAINING HIGH - PERFORMING QUALITY UNITS - Part 1

Per. 1             When you begin a journey, you must first plan the trip. It is the same when you're planning to start a new unit. The new - unit process takes important teamwork and planning. New - unit organization and development is a journey.  Join us and learn the process, who is responsible, and some of the tools used.

                      Courses M775A and M775B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

M775B          UNIT RETENTION, STARTING AND SUSTAINING HIGH - PERFORMING QUALITY UNITS - Part 2

Per. 2             Continuation of M775A
Courses M775A and M775B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

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DOCTORATE SEMINARS

 

These courses are specifically designed for candidates for the Doctorate Degree of either Commissioner Science, Council/District Operations or Quality Leadership. All three courses are required for persons seeking a Doctorate Degree.

 

P301              SELECTING AND FOCUSING ON A SUBJECT FOR STUDY

Per. 3             This course will guide you through the process of selecting a topic and narrowing it into a manageable project.

                      Courses P301, P302, and P303 must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

P302              DOING THE WORK

Per. 4             This class will lead you through the steps of doing the work and completing the paper.  It will also explain the various project approvals required.

                      Courses P301, P302, and P303 must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

P303              WORKSHOP AND GUIDELINES FOR WRITING YOUR THESIS

Per. 5             We will answer specific questions from participants in this class.  Guidelines and counseling for writing the thesis will also be provided.

                      Courses P301, P302, and P303 must all be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

Former courses P303 (Workshop) and P304 (Guidelines and Counseling for Writing Thesis) have been combined in order to better serve those who are working on their doctorate.

 

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SUPPLEMENTAL TRAINING

 

These courses cover a wide variety of topics, which by their content do not fit into a specific curriculum. They are intended for participants with one or more years of experience.

 

S101              CAMPFIRE PLANNING

Fri. Eve.        This is a special Friday evening program open to all registered participants. If you are in Scouting, chances are that a campfire is in your future. But what makes a campfire successful? What are the elements of a good campfire? No matter what part of Scouting you are involved in, this course will explore some techniques to make your campfire sizzle.

 

S180              STEM - NOVA AWARD PROGRAM

Per. 2             This course is a National program that will give Scouts an exciting and rewarding way to improve their skill in science, technology, engineeringm and mathematics.

 

S251              TIME MANAGEMENT FOR SCOUTERS - HOW TO SAY NO

Per. 5             This course will discuss the 8 step process used for time management. We will talk about some of the tools used, and how you can implement this in your own life.

 

S275              ORDER OF THE ARROW - WHERE WE ARE, WHERE ARE WE GOING

Per. 4             This course is for existing OA members - Scouters will learn about the role of the Order of the Arrow (OA) in Scouting today and where the OA is going in the future. This includes current and future programs and events, operation updates, service to Scouting and the community, development of the youth and adult leadership, and extending Scouting to more youth. You need to have a basic understanding of the purpose of the OA and how it operates.

 

S283              SHOOT TO THRILL

Per. 4             This course will discuss all the amazing technology available, and how you can utilize digital photos and video as part of your recruitment and retention efforts. The class will cover basic photography and videography skills as well as ways to use the Internet to share the excitement of your latest camping or high adventure with both current and potential Scouts and volunteers.

 

S302              NEW GUIDE FOR TROOP MEETING FOR WEBELOS DEN MEETING

Per. 2             This course will cover all the requirements for a Webelos Den to visit a Boy Scout Troop.

 

S305              HOW TO ENGAGE PARENTS IN YOUR UNIT AND GAIN VOLUNTEERS

Per. 1             This course will provide a proven method to get new parents introduced, engaged, and trained so you can build volunteers within your unit. This method will allow you to keep your unit running well and pass along the techniques that make your unit special in providing youth leadership and personal development. You will gain ideas on how to have a formal program that will allow parents to understand the Scout program their youth are entering, unit operations, and the parental role in supporting their son or daughter in the Scouting program.  The session will show how this proven method can be applied to Packs, Troops and Crews.

 

S401              ADULT RECOGNITION

Per. 4             What are those knots on some Scouter's uniforms? How do I earn one? This course will cover the knots that Scouters can earn and more. Every leader deserves to be recognized! You do too!

 

S505A           CHARTER ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVE TRAINING - Part 1

Per. 7             This course is basic training for all Chartered Organization Representatives (COR). You head the "Scouting Department" in your organization and are responsible for the success of its scouting units. Some of your tasks are selecting quality leaders, approving adult applications, promoting well planned programs, promoting the recruiting of new members and much more. The COR is a member of the Key 3 leadership. Set the example and become trained in your COR leadership position.

                      Courses S505A and S505B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

S505B           CHARTER ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVE TRAINING - Part 2

Per. 8             Continuation of session S505A
Courses S505A and S505B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

S703              ADVANCED TROOP COMMITTEE TRAINING

Per. 1             This course builds on what you already know, or think you know, about being on the troop committee. Find new ideas and perspectives on this all important part of serving your Scouts and your unit.  This course for: troop committee members, Scoutmasters, unit commissioners, and chartered representatives.

 

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SCOUTCRAFT SKILLS TRAINING

 

These courses cover a wide variety of topics, which by their content do not fit into a specific curriculum. They are intended for participants with one or more years of experience.

 

SC101           BUILDING A BASIC SURVIVAL KIT

Per. 5             This course will teach a survival strategy based on the fact that most people lost in the outdoors are found within 3 days (National Search and Rescue data). During that time it is critical to maintain body temperature, have materials to signal rescuers, and employ a strategy to aid the authorities in finding you. This is not a course in primitive living... it is a survival course!

 

SC106           DUTCH OVEN COOKING

Per. 4             I've had some really good meals made for me in a Dutch oven. Was it hard to make? Can I learn how? What type of ovens are the best? How do I season and maintain my oven? Does anyone have great recipes to share? Bring your best recipes and share with others at this delicious main course.

 

SC200A        EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS - Part 1

Per. 1             The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has partnered with the Boy Scouts of America to increase the level of citizen preparedness across the country. DHS has asked the BSA to build upon the foundation of the Ready Campaign and to help citizens across the country prepare for emergencies of all kinds. The goal of this course is to understand the BSA Emergency Preparedness program and subsequent award which is available for all Cub, Boy, Varsity, Venture Scouts and all Adult Scouters. Special focus will be on understanding why this program is important today.

                      Courses SC200A, SC200B, and SC200C must be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

SC200B        EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS - Part 2

Per. 2             Continuation of Course SC200B
Courses SC200A, SC200B, and SC200C must be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

SC200C        EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS CASE STUDY

Per. 3             While completing the Emergency Preparedness BSA Award a Cub Scout Pack created an Emergency Response Plan for the Pack, and trained others leaders to be aware of emergency response procedures at various events. This course will review the outcomes and how they achieved it and has applications towards every level of Scouting programs.

                      Courses SC200A, SC200B, and SC200C must be taken as part of a series. Please register for all three courses.

 

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UNIT SKILLS TRAINING

 

These courses cover a wide variety of topics for the Unit level Scouter. They are intended for participants at any level of experience.

 

U103CS        COOKING WITH CUB SCOUTS (NO CLASSROOM, Outside ONLY)

Per. 4             How can you teach Cub Scouts how to cook in the outdoors? What type of menu items can you teach other than foil pack dinners? How do you teach kids about sanitation and what is the 3 rinse method? Come and find out. Please dress to be outdoors.

 

U120A           WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE - Part 1

Per. 3             This course is a unique two hour session allowing leaders to transform into characters that will get a point across in a meeting or make a Scouting activity come alive. The instructor is a professional clown who uses various characters in her profession for the enjoyment of others.

                      Courses U120A and U120B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

U120B           WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE - Part 2

Per. 4             Continuation of Course U120A
Courses U120A and U120B must be taken as part of a series. Please register for both courses.

 

U201             HOW TO DEAL WITH DIFFICULT ADULTS AND YOUTH

Per. 6             Although the focus is on your experience in the world of Scouting, it unfortunately applies wherever one encounters difficult people whoever they are, even in your own family.  The Abyss!  Avoiding confrontation: your role, their role.  Power.  Focus on the Scouts.

 

U213             COOKING IS MORE THAN JUST ABOUT FOOD

Per. 3             One thing Scouts like to do on campouts is eat. Cooking requires organization and planning. This class will explore the ways we can combine these two ideas to teach and develop leadership Skills.

 

U285             GUESSING GAME? HOW TO TEACH ESTIMATING

Per. 5             Many times we need to guess to get things done. This class will offer some suggestions and tools on how to teach estimating.

 

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VENTURING

 

The following courses will provide training for those involved (or who would like to become involved) in the Venturing program.

 

V210              SURVIVAL

Per. 7             What happens if you're in the outdoors and a bad storm comes up? How do you keep the youth and leaders safe? Where do you find shelter and food? What equipment should you take? This course will help you make any outdoor adventure a safe one.

 

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