Training Opportunities

Training
For more information on training or to register for training, please visit the Gulf Stream Council website.

The pack is currently in need of people to be trained for BALOO and Cub Scout Shooting Sports Program.
You DO NOT  need to be a leader to be trained in these areas. Parent helpers are always welcome.

Outdoor Leader Skills (OLS)

posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:52 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241   [ updated May 5, 2018, 5:29 AM ]

OLS
Introduction of Outdoor Leader Skills (S11)
COST: $30
DETAILS: Part of basic training for Scoutmasters/Assistant Scoutmasters and fulfills the Webelos Outdoor Leader specific for the Webelos Den Leader training, this course (S11) is open to anyone who camps with the Scouts. If you would like a basic introduction to the outdoor skills used in the Scouting program, you are most welcome--no matter where you are presently in Scouting. The training is $30 and includes breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday. It also includes cracker barrel snacks and all training materials. Fees are transferrable but not refundable.

Please bring part A&B of the BSA medical form, a personal tent, sleeping bag--what you would normally bring on a camping trip. A compass, knife and lantern are helpful, but not necessary.

Registration includes permission for the Gulf Stream Council to use voice and/or photographs of participants in news coverage or similar projects approved by the Boy Scouts of America.

C: Lee Mooty, Outdoor Leader Skills Trainer
  • Dates TBD

Cub Scout BB & Archery Certification

posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:50 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241   [ updated May 5, 2018, 5:40 AM ]

Shooting Sports
Cub Scout BB & Archery Certification
DATES: TBD
LOCATION: Tanah Keeta
COST: TBD
CHAIR: Stan Oblaczynski stano-scouts@comcast.net

Get Certificated and learn the new rules to the Cub Scout Shooting Sports program

New Cub Scout Shooting Sports Awards

Have you heard about the newCub Scout Shooting Sports Awards?  The requirements were recently released and posted onScouting’s program updates page.

Because the BB gun and Archery belt loops and pins are no longer available, Cub Scouts needed a new way to be recognized for this shooting sports achievementsWhile the program is brand new, a couple of things haven’t changed.

  1. Shooting sports are only allowed at district or council events.  This means you can’t have shooting sports at a pack campout.
  2. Shooting sports must be under the direction of a qualified leadership–a trained range officer.

Here’s how it works.  Cub Scouts can qualify for the award in archery, BB guns and slingshots.  Boys will start by picking a discipline and completing the Level 1 requirements for that discipline. Level 1 requirements are different for each discipline, but they are the same for each rank.

For example, the Level 1 requirements for BB guns are the same for Tigers, Bears, Wolves and Webelos.  There is a different set of Level 1 requirements for archery, and a different set for slingshots.  These sets of requirements are the same for all the ranks, so regardless of rank. everyone will have the same Level 1 requirements within the discipline.

The requirements for Level 1 are teaching the boys safety while they learn about the equipment for that disciple.  Upon completion of Level 1 in any discipline, boys will receive a shooting sports patch for their rank.  You can see these in the image above.


Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO)

posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:47 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241   [ updated May 5, 2018, 6:04 AM ]

BALOO
A Cub Scout Unit must have at least (2) Trained people (they do not have to be leaders) in order to do overnight camp outs. We need YOU to help the pack go! These trained people need to attend the camp out. Obviously, not every person can attend every camp out, so the more people we have trained the better.


LOCATION: TBD
TIME:
COST: TBD
DATES: TBD - Usually offered twice a year during the Fall Family and Spring Family Camp Out

University of Scouting

posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:36 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241   [ updated May 5, 2018, 6:08 AM ]

UofS
University of Scouting will not be offered in the 2018 year. We hope to see it back on the calendar for 2019.

Are you ready for the challenge? Training for ALL levels of Scouting! Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venture leaders as well as youth opportunities. Don't miss this opportunity!
  • Lunch and a full day of training is included.

Late registration is $40 per peson. (Lunch is not guaranteed and class selection is limited.)

Watch for the University Scheduling Guide to appear here soon!

https://www.gulfstreamcouncil.org/UoS2016

C: Rhonda L Park, Council Training Chair

E: rhondapark@yahoo.com

P: (561) 358-4612




How to Register for University of Scouting Courses

 

1. Read the entire catalog and course descriptions carefully. Courses are available for adults and scouts. However, some may have      minimum age requirements
2. Courses are on a first-come, first-served basis, and can change without notice.
3. The University reserves the right to cancel courses or make appropriate changes in order to accommodate large numbers of participants.
4. 
5. Recommended attire is full “Class A” uniform.
6. For questions contact the University of Scouting Headmaster,  or Council Training Adviser
7. All participants must register online at www.gulfstreamcouncil.org/training. If you need assistance with the process, please visit the Council office at the address below. The Council office will accept cash payments.


Gulf Stream Council – University of Scouting

8335 North Military Trail

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Fundamentals of Training

posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:33 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241   [ updated May 5, 2018, 6:10 AM ]

FoT
The Fundamentals of Training is the BSA’s basic training course intended for youth and adult trainers. Designed to introduce Scouting trainers to the BSA teaching techniques and skills. Upon completion trainers will be able to apply the techniques learned across the BSA’s leadership programs, from unit-level youth leader training taught by youth for youth, to position-specific and supplemental training for adult leaders such as Wood Badge staff.

Course content includes:

  • Why and How We Train Leaders
  • Characteristics of Good Trainers
  • How People Learn
  • Flip Chart & Power Point presentations
  • Training Methods.

Click Day Trainings to register for this training at the Gulf Stream Council Service Center.

https://www.gulfstreamcouncil.org/fundamental
8335 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

LOCATION: Council Rinker Center 8335 N. Military Trail
COST: TBD
CHAIR: 

    Trainer's EDGE

    posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:28 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241   [ updated May 5, 2018, 6:11 AM ]

    EDGE
    The Trainer’s EDGE course is designed to provide and help develop the platform skills of a trainer, youth and adult, emphasizing the EDGE method of training. Following The Fundamentals of Training, it is the second in the series of the national Train-the Trainer Continuum. While meant to supplement the practice offered through Wood Badge and the NYLT staff development, trainers at all levels should take this course. We focus on the participant while raising the level of skill of the trainer. The Trainer’s EDGE is required training for Wood Badge and NYLT staff.


    Course content includes:

    • The Trainer’s EDGE model
    • Communicating
    • Training Preparation – Logistics – Media – Methods
    • Participant Topic Presentations

    You must register at least five days prior to the start of the course. Course size is limited. Please register early.

    https://www.gulfstreamcouncil.org/trainers-edge

    Click Day Trainings to register for this training at the Gulf Stream Council Service Center.
    8335 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

    LOCATION: Council Rinker Center 8335 N. Military Trail
    COST: TBD
    CHAIR: 

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