Cub Scout Leader Position-Specific Training (Birmingham)

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Three (3) Trainings All in One Place!!!

 

  • Tiger/Wolf/Bear/Webelos Den/Asst. Den Leader Position-Specific Training
  • Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster Position-Specific Training
  • Cub Scout Pack Committee Challenge
  • Interested Parents welcome too!

Den leaders:

You have volunteered to play an important role, but one that is simple and fun. This training will help you prepare fun and meaningful den meetings.

   Learn:

  • The roles and responsibilities of the den leaders, Cubmasters, and the Committee
  • How to keep scouts active before a Cub Scouting event
  • The aims of scouting and how Cub Scouing helps fulfill these goals
  • How to prepare for a Den Meeting
  • The importance of a pack budget
  • How advancement works
  • The behavior patterns of Cub Scout age youth and methods for improving behavior
  • The role of a den in the pack meeting
  • The outdoor program and its value to Cub Scouts, and outdoor training opportunities available for Cub Scout den leaders

Cubmasters:

You have volunteered to play an important role, but one that is simple and fun. This training will help you prepare fun and meaningful pack meetings.

   Learn:

  • The roles and responsibilities of the den leaders, Cubmasters, and the Committee
  • How to work with the Committee, District and Council to plan and operate your program, and leverage resources available to you
  • How to lead monthly pack meetings with the help of others, involving all dens in some sort of way
  • How to delegate responsibilities to get more parents involved, and make the operation of a pack meeting easier
  • Contacting your local Scouts BSA Troop to arrange for den chiefs, and help guide your Webelos scouts to crossover
  • Getting the most out of District Roundtable

Pack Committee:

This training will help you with your crucial role to handle the backend operations of your pack, and ensure your pack remains successful.

   Learn:

  • How to run a pack committee meeting
  • The roles and responsibilities of the den leaders, Cubmasters, and the Committee
  • The roles of the Unit Key 3
  • Fiscal policies, the role of the Treasurer, and fundraising
  • Your pack's annual program budget, and working with your cubmasters and den leaders to plan the unit's program prior to fall
  • How to recruit committee members
  • Where to find resources to help keep your pack organized, active, and involved with district and council events
  • Registration, Rechartering and Journey To Excellence
  • Adult leader award recognition (how to get those knots you see everyone wearing)

ATTACHMENTS

2019 0323 Cub Leader Position-Specific Training NS

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The Scout Oath

On my honor, I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.