What is Wood Badge?
Wood Badge is the premier adult training program of the Boy Scouts of America. It teaches contemporary leadership and team development skills in an outdoor setting. Its purpose is to aid Scouters in providing a quality program that will enable Scouts to grow to their greatest potential. The course encompasses key concepts of management skills, from leaders in the management field; therefore, this course can be helpful not only in your Scouting job, but also in your career, personal and religious life.
In 2018, Three Fires Council has been selected to be a Centennial Wood Badge Pilot Course. We will present a brand new curriculum including the latest in leadership and management programs. One of the immediate changes from past courses is eliminating one day from the course, the Friday program on Weekend Two. More information on the new syllabus will be sent to registered participants prior to the course.
To be eligible to participate in Wood Badge, you must:
Orientation – August 12, 1:00 pm, K-Lodge at CBT
Weekend 1 – August 24-26, CBT
Weekend 2 – September 22-23, CBT
You must attend both weekend sessions to complete this course.
Fee: The course fee is $275. Register and pay by May 31, 2018 and pay only $250! Financial assistance may be available - contact Dan Bettison, Wood Badge Staff Adviser at 630.797.4613 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Course size is limited to 48 participants, SIGN UP EARLY! You can reserve your space in this course by filling out the online application and submitting a non-refundable deposit of $50. All fees must be paid in full by August 5, 2018.
Location: Camp Big Timber
37W955 Big Timber Road
Elgin, IL 60124