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Scouting University - April 20, 2002 - Click for Information 


The following is a link to a searchable copy of the Guide to Safe Scouting:

General overviews of various district and council training programs. Forms and flyers can be found on the Training Forms page or possibly on the Circle 10 Council web site (see link at bottom of page).


This course teaches the basics of troop organization, planning and other leadership skills that a junior leader needs in his new position. It is a prerequisite to Golden Acorn.


The Junior Leader Training Conference is a seven day outdoor experience for troop youth leaders in support of the Scoutmaster's responsibility to train the troop's boy leaders. The conference has six aims:
To Give each participant the confidence and knowledge to run the troop program.
To give participants a working knowledge of the eleven leadership principles and help them relate these skills to their troop responsibility.
To give participants the opportunity to share ideas and experience with scouts from other troops.
To create an atmosphere where scouts will experience scouting at its best.
To enhance the relationship between the participant and his Scoutmaster.
To have .............. FUN !!


A self-paced, video plus workbook class designed to make a new leader immediately effective. It is available from the Council.


A short group session that teaches you what you need to know to protect both our scouts and our adult leaders from abuse. The is REQUIRED for all adult leaders. It must be taken every 3 years.


This training consists of 3 evening sessions and 1 weekend session. You get to pretend you are 12 again. You form new patrols. You plan and play together. You do what the boys do. In the weekend session you live the patrol method and learn how scouting should operate from the perspective of a scout.


This is advanced adult leader training. It is offered as either a week long session, usually held at Philmont in June, or as a series of weekend and weeknight events.

Below are links to other training web sites:

Circle Ten Training Web Page