Training

Every Scout Deserves A Trained Leader.

Proper and sufficient training is important to a strong Scouting program.

If you are supporting your Pack by being a chaperone, please follow the link below to learn about your role's responsibility and Day Camp procedures.

If you are supporting Day Camp as a station leader or youth assistant, please choose the Staff Training link below to learn how to make your Day Camp be a safe and FUN environment while providing an wonderfully unique educational experience.

If you are volunteering to be a medical officer, please choose the Medical Officer Training link below.

Understanding and Preventing Youth-on-Youth Abuse Training for Camp Staff - This course covers how to prevent, recognize, respond to, and report inappropriate youth-on-youth behavior. This training is required for all Key Staff at camp, which includes the camp director, program director, and area/station leaders. It does not include den walker/chaperone volunteers, other volunteers assigned to help in the various areas or den chiefs; however all adults are encouraged to complete the training in an effort to better understand BSA policy.