What Makes a Trained Cub Scout Leader?
Cub Scout leaders are considered trained when they have completed Youth Protection and their Cub Scout Leader Specific Training for their Registered Position. For Example a Tiger Cub Den Leader needs to take Tiger Cub Den Leader Specific Training and Youth Protection training to be considered 'trained' for their registered positon.
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Upcoming CUB SCOUT TRAINING EVENTS
It is our goal to have all Unit Leaders become fully trained as soon as possible.
Cub Scout Leader Position-Specific Training NOW online! (Click here for details)
BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) Outdoor training
BALOO / OWL Training - April 11th-12th, 2014
for all Cub Leaders AND OLS for Webelos Leaders.
Cub Scout packs are permitted to conduct a pack campout (overnight) activity, as long as the activity is conducted at a council-approved location and is under the direction of a leader in the pack trained to do so. The training course to prepare these leaders is called Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO, for short).
BALOO and OWL training will help ALL Cub Scout parents and leaders to ‘BE PREPARED’ for introducing young men to the world of overnight camping. This training fulfills the requirements needed by your Pack or Webelos Den to conduct overnight outings.
This combined course provides BOTH the basic training as well as the Webelos instruction and involves lengthy sessions to cover all material.
for more information.
Register online: http://illowabsa.kintera.org/BALOOSpring2014