Courses for your selected program:

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See below for more information on course categories.

Course Categories:

Category: CourseOnline?Required?
Orientation Training
Fast Start: Boy Scout Leader
Yes Yes
Youth Protection
Yes Yes
Leader Specific
Leader Specific: Training the Chartered Organization Representative
No Yes
Leader Specific: Troop Committee Challenge
Yes Yes
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills
No Yes
Leader Specific: Scoutmaster/Asst. Scoutmaster Training
No Yes
This is Scouting
Yes Yes
Activity Specific Training
Safety Afloat
Yes No
Safe Swim Defense
Yes No
CPR Training
No No
Basic First Aid Training
No No
Wilderness First Aid Basics
No No
Weather Hazards
Yes No
Supplemental Training
Wood Badge for the 21st Century
No No
Leave No Trace Trainer Training
No No
Orientation Training:
Orientation training introduces new leaders to BSA. These courses are some of the first trainings a new leader should take upon accepting a leadership position with a pack, troop, or crew; several sessions deliver usable ideas for a first meeting.

Leader Specific:
Leader Specific training corresponds to the position a leader holds within a unit, and is required for a leader to be considered trained and wear the "Trained" patch on a uniform shirt.Note that This is Scouting need only be taken once. As a leader changes positions, additional Leader Specific courses may be required to maintain trained status.

Activity Specific Training:
This category includes trainings that are required for specific Scouting activities and events. Course details indicate for which leadership positions and what activities the training is necessary.

Supplemental Training:
This category encompasses trainings that are designed to supplement basic training and give leaders additional ideas and skills to use in home units. These courses are sometimes council-wide courses, and provide a variety of diverse, advanced opportunities for leaders.