One of the keys to a successful Scouting experience for young people, second only to the selection of the right person for each responsibility, is trained volunteer leadership. Leadership training provides adult leaders with fundamental information about the aims and methods of the movement, as well as specifics about their particular roles in Scouting.
For this reason, the Cornhusker Council is committed to provide top quality training opportunities for leaders, parents and Scouts at the district and council levels. Through these efforts, the delivery of a better and quality Scouting program can be provided to our entire youth membership.
Would you like the opportunity to help scouts of all ages have fun, develop self-confidence and help them overcome physical and mental challenges?
The Cornhusker Council COPE/Climbing Program is holding a Level I and Level II Climbing Wall Instructor Training. (this used to be called Climbing Instructor Training) on February 24th-25th Training will go from 6-10pm on Friday, February 24th and from 7:30am-5pm on Saturday the 25th. (Camping will be available at the OEC if interested, however it is not required). Cost is $35 and includes course fee, T-Shirt, training materials and meals. Get Signed up Today!
College of Cub Scouting (formerly Cub Scout Pow Wow) is being held on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church at 1940 So 77th, Lincoln NE. The price for the College of Cub Scouting is $15.00 which includes lunch.
Wood Badge, the “ultimate” adult leader training program, involves leaders in situation likely to be found in a typical Scout unit. The training is applied in a variety of activities as well as in-depth exploration of the role of the adult in developing youth through the Scout Program. Cornhusker Council will be hosting a Wood Badge Course during the Spring of 2017. The course will be held at the Outdoor Education Center near Walton, NE over two sessions: (participants must attend both sessions)
The Boy Scouts of America places the greatest importance on creating the most secure environment possible for our youth members. To maintain such an environment, the BSA developed numerous procedural and leadership selection policies and provides parents and leaders with resources for the Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing programs.
Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers.
Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer’s Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be reregistered.