Training

 

Why Get Trained?

Would you start a cross country road trip without looking at a map or using a GPS?

Probably not. You might start going in the general direction without looking at map or an exact plan. But you will likely miss an important turn or mile marker. You will waste a lot of fuel, time and energy getting to your destination.

The same is true in Scouting. You have guided your scouting program in the general direction, but you have also probably felt the stress of spinning your wheels and making wrong turns here and there. So now is the time to get trained or refresh that training and share your experiences. Take a look at your scouting road map. Training is there to help you find the best route.

Once you are trained; you will notice that most of the stresses of planning and leading your scouting program fade away because you now have the knowledge and tools to be successful.

Every Scout Deserves a Trained Leader!!!


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Wood Badge

Fri-Sun Sept 16-18 & Sat-Sun Oct 8-9
Camp Decorah

National Youth Leadership Training

Sun-Fri June 12-17
Hagerman Hall - Camp Decorah

Cub Scout Leader Position-Specific Training

Coming Fall 2022

Cub Scout
Leader
PowWow

Coming Fall 2022

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation

Sat-Sun May 14-15
Hagerman Hall - Camp Decorah

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

Fri-Sun May 13-15
Hagerman Hall - Camp Decorah 

Wilderness First Aid

Wilderness
First Aid

Sat Apr 30 & Sun May 1
Hagerman Hall - Camp Decorah

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scouting Now / Scouting How

Coming Fall 2022

Fundamentals of Training

Fundamentals of Training

Coming February 2023

Trainers EDGE

Trainers
EDGE

Coming February 2023

Leave No Trace

Coming 2023