Angling Educator Training
ANGLING EDUCATOR TRAINING
September 20 & 27, 2023
**This course is a virtual training and must attend both sessions**
Angling Educator is a four-hour training course for Scouters and Scouts age 15+. It is a national course and is taught by BSA Certified Angling Instructors. The purpose of the class is preparing program leaders to teach fishing skills, and to plan and run fishing events for their unit, district, or Council. Angling Educators learn age-based and skills-appropriate fishing tools and techniques for simple cane pole and spin cast fishing. The course highlights best practices in both the classroom and in the field. Graduates can:
- Teach Cubs and Scouts to fish, and help them be more successful at catching fish.
- Gain knowledge and learn skills that can be enjoyed and shared for a lifetime.
- Improve day camp & summer camp attendance through fishing program options.
- Provide a major tool for recruiting and retaining Cubs and Scouts at the unit and district level.
Graduates will receive a BSA Angling Educator patch!
This course is being taught online on Zoom. Participation is required on both nights to get credit for the course.
The cost for this online course is $10.
For more information, contact Course Director, David Lund, at firstname.lastname@example.org
7:00 PM ET to 9:00 PM ET Past