Cub Scout Leader Training
Being a Cub Scout leader is not short on benefits, and many long-time leaders will tell you how rewarding it can be. Apart from helping to develop the next generation of upstanding citizens, you will provide a key role in planning memorable activities, marvel in the laughter and energy of Cub Scouts who attend, and have fun working with other adults in a worthwhile cause. But what does your role really require?
As part of a three-part training program, Powhatan District's Cub Scout Leader-Specific Training and This is Scouting sessions provide essential information for running a successful Cub Scout Pack.
Learn about your specific responsibilities, gain ideas for making your Pack meetings run smoothly, discover program helps to make your activities fun, and learn more about Scouting's safety rules and best practices. At this training you can ask and get answers to all of your questions!
Join us to meet other Cub Scout leaders, and take home skills and information you need to make your Pack's program a Cub Scouting success.
Prerequisite: Hazardous Weather Online Training
This Training now requires completion of on-line Hazardous Weather Training (BSA course SCO_800). It provides instruction on weather-related precautions for planning outdoor activities and what to do when hazardous weather might threaten the safety of these events.
To receive credit for the weather training prerequisite, log on to my.scouting.org, take training course SCO_800, print the completion certificate, and bring it with you on January 26th.
Please contact Roger Claff (email@example.com, 703-435-4686)with any questions.
Click the register link to sign-up!
Saturday 01-26-2019 8:00 AM ET to 12:30 PM ET Past