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AT District Scouter Training
"On My Honor, I Will Do My Best..."
There are a number of leadership positions in the Boy Scouts of America. One leadership role is for adult leaders, who are called "Scouters."
A Scouter is a special person who has made a commitment to help ALL boys for whom he or she is responsible. A Scouter provides a safe and challenging environment for each youth to grow and develop at their own pace. The Adult Training Program is a critical component in delivering the promise of Scouting to youth entrusted in our care.
Those leaders who have accepted this responsibility and are trained in the Boy Scout method and approach are entitled to wear the "Trained" patch signifying their achievement.
Training requirements vary depending on the position the leader occupies. In order for the unit to conduct any activities a minimum amount of training is required for the leaders. For other activities, such as camping, additional training is required.
These and many more topics are available for Scouters. Training is available in many formats and many times a year. Take a look at the training currently on offer. You'll learn new skills, meet good people and, we think, have a lot of fun.
Click here to review District Training events--shown in RED on the District Calendar.
Click here for training courses, schedule, and registration information for the entire Council.
For questions or additional info on Cub Scout training contact Eric Ashbaugh at Eric.Ashbaugh@gmail.com.
For questions or additional info on Boy Scout training contact William Lohr at email@example.com.
For questions or additional info on Venturer training contact Damon Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
E-mail William Lohr at email@example.com for general information on training.