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Cub Leader Training


Cub Scout Den Leaders

This is Scouting, Cub Scout Specific Den Leader Training, Youth Protection. (See Youth Protection requirement at bottom of page.)

Cub Scout Webelos Leaders

This is Scouting, Cub Scout Specific Webelos Den Leader Training, Youth Protection. (See Youth Protection requirement at bottom of page.)

Cubmaster

This is Scouting, Cub Scout Specific Cubmaster Leader Training, Youth Protection. (See Youth Protection requirement at bottom of page.)

Pack Committee Chair/Committee Member

This is Scouting, Cub Scout Specific Pack Committee Leader Training, Youth Protection. (See Youth Protection requirement at bottom of page.)

Tiger Cub Den Leader

This is Scouting, Cub Scout Specific Tiger Den Leader Training, Youth Protection. (See Youth Protection requirement at bottom of page.)

Pack Overnighters

Adults giving leadership to a pack overnighter must complete Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO)

MANDATORY JUNE 1, 2003.

(Guide to Safe Scouting, 2002 Revision.) The Boy Scouts of America policy requires two (2) adult leaders on all camping trips and tours. Note:

Tiger Cubs

are limited to boy-parent excursions, day camps or council-managed family camping. (Guide to Safe Scouting, 2002 Revision.)

Guide to Safe Scouting Booklet

To be reviewed annually by every Unit Leader, (Tiger Den Leader, Den Leader, Webelos Leader, Cubmaster), Assistant Unit Leader, (Assistant Tiger Den Leader, Den Leader, Assistant Webelos Leader, Assistant Cub Masters), Committee Chair, and all Committee Members.

Aquatics Activities

Safe Swim and Safety Afloat Training is required (valid for two years from date of training). Also, at least

ONE adult MUST be CPR certified for safety afloat

. (Guide to Safe Scouting, 2002 Revision.)

Youth Protection

The full 90 minute version is required to be consider trained and to wear the trained patch for any adult position. This training is valid for only two years and then a 45 minute refresher course is available to keep youth protection updated every two years.

Online training offered by BSA

Tour Permits

Effective January 1st, 2003, at least one adult (21 years of age or older) that is attending that event/activity/camp outing, etc., MUST BE YOUTH PROTECTION TRAINED , and hold a current Youth Protection card. Tour permits are required for each activity taking place away from your normal meeting place.