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March IOLS Training @ Council Service Center

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Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills Training (IOLS)

March 26 - 27, 2021 at Quivira Service Center

IOLS is an outdoor, hands-on course designed to expose adult ScoutBSA, Varsity, and Venturing leaders to First Class scout skills using the EDGE Method and presented in a Troop/Patrol setting.  Presentations include flag etiquette, Leave No Trace, Interfaith worship, knots & lashings, wood tools, fire building, cooking, map & compass, first aid, backpacking, plant & animal identification, and more.

Every youth deserves a trained leader!  All adult direct contact leaders in ScoutBSA, Varsity and Venturing with outdoor programs must have IOLS to be considered “trained” and wear the “Trained” patch.  This training is required for Scoutmasters, Advisors and their assistants to be re-chartered.

All BSA registered adults may attend.  Participants MUST have completed current “Youth Protection Training” prior to course.

March 26 & 27:    IOLS starts promptly at 6:30 pm Friday & concludes at 6 pm Saturday.                   

Please sign in at 6pm outside the main entrance to the building.

$25 fee for IOLS – Friday and Saturday.    (Class size Min. 8; Max. 36)

Friday night Craker Barrel; Saturday meals provided.  (provide Dietary Restriction on registration)   Each participant is expected to bring their own eating utensils and a cup.  Disposable eating utencils or cups will NOT be available!

No refunds, registration may be transferred to another adult leader under the same Booked registration.

Pre-registration is required! Online registration closes Friday, March 19.

Liability insurance is provided for all BSA registered adult members.


Bring your registration receipt; a copy of your current Personal Health and Medical form (Parts A & B); Boy Scout Handbook and pen or pencil. Bring what you need to camp overnight (see a gear list on back side) to include mess kit, cup, raingear, a compass and work gloves. We strongly suggest you also bring a Scoutmaster Handbook, comfortable camp chair, bug repellent, sun hat and sunscreen.

For More Info, Contact -

Dist. Training Chair: Lynn Goering    aernnyl@hotmail.com    620-245-8313

Dist. Training Chair: Mike Healey    mhealey1965@gmail.com

Council Staff Advisor: Leroy Harvey    leroy.harvey@scouting.org    620-242-4033

When & Where
Koch Scout Service Center
Friday 03-26-2021 6:00 PM CT to
Saturday 03-27-2021 6:00 PM CT
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