Training of adults and youth is very important to the success of Scouting. Adult training begins with Fast Start and Youth Protection Training. Leadership training awards are available for all trained leaders.
2014 Training Information
Boy Scout Leader Training
(Two Sessions and a Weekend)
- 1 of 5 Training: Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 6:30 p.m., Windsor Intermediate Cafeteria
- 2 of 5 Training: Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 6:30 p.m., Windsor Intermediate Cafeteria
- 3 of 5 Training: Saturday, April 26, 2014, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Beaumont Scout Reservation - Lane Field
- 4 of 5 Training: Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 6:30 p.m., Windsor Intermediate Cafeteria
- 5 of 5 Training (Intro to Outdoor Skills): Weekend, May 2-4, 2014, Beaumont Scout Reservation
-- You must attend ALL sessions.
-- "Youth Protection" is available online and must be taken before attending Boy Scout Leader Training. A printed certificate should be brought to training to be considered fully trained.**
-- Contact Lou Slinkard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-677-3716 for more information regarding Boy Scout Leader Training.
Cub Scout Leader Training
- Saturday, March 1, 2014, 8:00 a.m., Windsor Intermediate Cafeteria
-- Contact Fred Helferstay at SFHelferstay@yahoo.com or 636-296-9543 for more information regarding Cub Scout Leader Training.
What Is Wood Badge?
Badge is advanced training for adult leaders in Scouting designed to
enhance contemporary leadership skill and develop more effective
Scouters. The Wood Badge program gives participants a greater
understanding of Scouting aims and methods, while developing true Scout
Spirit. It is anticipated that all people who complete Wood Badge
training will continue to work actively in the Scouting program to
further the aims and methods of Scouting.
Wood Badge Requirements:
- Be a registered adult leader
- Complete Basic Leader Training (Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturer)
|Spring Course 2014
||Fall Course 2014|
|Beaumont Scout Reservation,
High Ridge, MO
||Beaumont Scout Reservation,|
High Ridge, MO
|May 16-18 and May 30-June 1, 2014
||August 22-24 and September 12-14, 2014|
|Pre-Course Date: April 5, 2014
||Pre-Course Date: July 18, 2014|
UNIT COMMISSIONER BASIC TRAINING
- New commissioners should complete basic training during their
first two months. To help all unit commissioners comply with this
recommendation, the council offers the following courses under the
direction of Roger Engelbart, assistant council commissioner for
training. Please make plans to attend.
The next commissioner trainings are on May 18, 2013 at the MacArthur Service Center (4568 West Pine Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108).
- The next College of Commissioner Science, hosted by the Lewis and Clark Council, is tentatively scheduled for March 9, 2013, at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.
Den Chief Conference
Date & Time: Saturday, February 15, 2014, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Emerson Center, Beaumont Scout Reservation
Cost - $20 per person (youth and adult)
Attire - Field ("Class A") uniform
Materials to bring with you: Den Chief Handbook
*At least 1 Pack Leader is required to attend with his or her Scouts.
For more information, contact Dawn Ralls at email@example.com or 314-361-0600.
Why A Den Chief Is Important To The Cub & Boy Scout Program:
The den chief is a key means of building relationships between the pack and
troop. The den chief regularly reminds the boys about Boy Scouts in a
positive way as he leads activities and shares his enthusiasm for
Scouting with Cub Scouts. His presence adds another important asset.
He can tell them about Boy Scouting, with its outdoor activities,
trips, summer camp, and opportunities for advancement. When it's time
for them to move up to a Webelos den or a Boy Scout troop, his
example and encouragement can help them decide to make that transition.
A den chief is a Boy Scout who assists a Cub Scout den leader or
Webelos den leader at den meetings, pack meetings, and other
events. He's a ready source of games, songs, skits, and skills, and he
encourages the boys in their advancement.
Do you have a Scout that needs a leadership position and wants to work with younger Scouts?
2014 Training calendar
25 - University of Scouting
1 - Cub Scout Leader Training
6 - Youth Protection Training - Windsor, Roundtable
16 - Boy Scout Leader Training
23 - Boy Scout Leader Training
25-27 - Powder Horn, Beaumont Scout Reservation
26 - Boy Scout Leader Training
30 Boy Scout Leader Training
2-4 - Boy Scout Leader Training - Intro to Outdoor Skills
9-11 - Powder Horn, S-F Scout Ranch
16-18 - Wood Badge Spring Course (1 of 2), Beaumont Scout Reservation
May 30 - June 1 - Wood Badge Spring Course (1 of 2), Beaumont Scout Reservation
8-14 - N.Y.L.T. (National Youth Leadership Training) - S-F Scout Ranch, Camp Sakima
15-21 - N.Y.L.T. (National Youth Leadership Training) - S-F Scout Ranch, Camp Sakima
6-12 - N.Y.L.T. (National Youth Leadership Training) - S-F Scout Ranch, Camp Sakima
13-19 - N.Y.L.T. (National Youth Leadership Training) - S-F Scout Ranch, Camp Sakima
20-26 - Venturing Pack and Paddle Course - S-F Scout Ranch, Camp Sakima (basecamp)
Every leader MUST be youth protection trained.