Scout Youth & Adult Leader Training


Courses for Scouts BSA Youth


Den Chief Training
(see online version)

OEG (Outdoor Ethics Guide Training)

ILS-T (Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops)

ILS-C (Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews)

NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training)
June 12-18, 2022

NAYLE (National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience) Philmont Scout Ranch, NM

 

Courses for Adult Leaders


Youth Protection Training (YPT) required for all adult leaders
(see online version)

Hazardous Weather Training required for all adult leaders
(online only)

Cub Leader Position-Specific Training
In-person course 10/30/21 (also online)

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS)
Next course in 2022

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO)
September 18-19, 2021 @ Family Fiesta!

Merit Badge Counselor Training (MBC)
Coming Fall 2021 (also available online)

Scoutmaster/ASM Position-Specific Training
In-person course 10/30/21 (also online)

Venturing Advisor Position Specific Training
In-person course 11/06/21 (also online)

 

Wood Badge

September 10-12 & 25-26, 2021

(Click here for a flyer with more info)

 

For further information about any Marin Council training programs, please check the calendar links above or email Council Training Committee Chair Jeff Clark.

Marin Council Roundtable


Council Roundtable meetings are held the first Thursday of every month from September through June.  There are multiple program sessions starting at 7:30pm and running until about 8:45pm.  Roundtable is open to all Scout parents, unit committee members, Scout leaders and invited guests from the Marin community.  Contact the individual commissioners below for a ZOOM link invite to the next scheduled meeting!

Cub Scout Roundtable - monthly

Roundtable Commissioner Roger Dickerson.

Scouts BSA Roundtable - monthly

Roundtable Commissioner Mike Blum.

Venturing Rally - quarterly

Rally Commissioner Monika Kainz.

Unit Training Chair Information Guide

Information for this Unit Committee Position has been updated effective 03/01/2021, and is available by clicking the title above.


What Makes a "Trained" Adult Leader?  It's just 3 easy steps!

1)  To be registered with the Marin Council, BSA, an adult must complete Youth Protection Training and show proof of completion at the time of application for membership.  Plus, it must be renewed every 2 years in order to remain registered.  Without a current renewal, adult leaders will be automatically removed as BSA members during the re-chartering process at the end of each year.  This includes Merit Badge Counselors who are registered with the Marin Council, BSA in addition to their own unit registration.

2)  Hazardous Weather training is required for all registered adults.  It doesn't take long to complete this online and you will
learn some great information! Just click on the title and the link will take you there!

3)  All registered adults must complete the position-specific training for the volunteer assignment they have accepted in order to wear the "TRAINED" patch on their uniform.  Consistent training ensures that our Scouting youth are receiving the best possible leadership by our adults participants.  Click here for more information about BSA adult leader training.


BSA Online Training Access

You can take online BSA training for any level of Scouting at my.scouting.org if you are registered with the BSA. You will need your membership ID number to take the training; this number appears on your membership card. You do not need your membership ID to take Youth Protection Training if you are not yet registered.

Log into the MyScouting.org site, and follow the directions. Be sure to print your certificate at the end. If you have difficulty with your login to online training, call the Marin Council, BSA Service Center for assistance (415-454-1081).


 

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225 West End Avenue
San Rafael, CA 94901
Phone:  415-454-1081
Fax:  415-454-5511
www.boyscouts-marin.org