Training Calendar

NEW FROM NATIONAL …

A new tool to assist new leaders on training;

Please review with your new leaders so they see which training they need to complete;

Position Trained Requirements_for all Programs_

 

Updated Youth Protection Training Now Available

National 03/13/2018

An updated youth protection training is available for staff, leaders and parents (Youth Protection Y01). The training includes a three-module course that all leaders will be required to complete by September 30, 2018. The training encompasses Venturing and Exploring Youth Protection, therefore those videos are no longer available.

We encourage you to take the new training and spread the word. For technical questions or issues, please contact the Member Care Contact Center at my.scouting@scouting.org.

We encourage everyone to take advantage of the training’s we offer throughout the year.  For more information, or to register, please click on the training you are interested in.  Please note, on-line registration includes a small convenience fee. Click on the Course Name to view the flyer. Click the Register link to get to the online registration page.

Want to take training not offered below? Fill out our interest survey to allow us to plan better, click here.

2018 Dates

Cub Scout Leader Specific:

Cub Scout Leader Specific have the following dates for 2018;

A flyer is will be up soon

Sept 8, 15, & 22, 2018

October 6, & 20, 2018,

November 17, 2018

Boy Scout Leader Specific:

Outdoor Leader Skills (OLS)

Venturing Training:

  • Saturday November 17th, 2018

Supplemental Training

Den Chief Training:

September 6th, 2018 and October 20th, 2018

Bear Paw / Winter Camping Training:

Indoor Session November 10th, 2018 and November 9th, 2018

Camping Experience February 22-24, 2019

Trainer’s EDGE    Saturday December 1st, 2018

Medical Trainings:

An interactive course to teach basic first aid and CPR with AED. Designed for Scoutmasters, ASM’s and scouters. Minimum is 14 years of age. For Boy Scouts with rank of First Class, first aid merit badge, and scoutmaster approval. For Venturers active in a crew.

Wilderness First Aid:

this course is to prepare you for the expected with this fun, hands-on introduction to wilderness medicine. If you enjoy taking short trips relatively close to medical resources, work at wilderness camps, enjoy weekend family outdoor activities, or recreate outdoors, this course is for you.

You must attend both days to receive certification

Leave No Trace Training: October 27-28, 2018 https://fs10.formsite.com/svmbc/form1065/index.html

This course will provide you with advanced skills needed to promote Outdoor Ethics in your unit. It is essential for Outdoor Ethics Guides and OE Guide Mentors.  No experience required, although familiarity with the 7 Leave No Trace principals is helpful.

Check-In Saturday, October 27th starting at 7:30 AM. The course ends at 4:00 PM on Sunday, October 28th.  All food and equipment will be provide, please bring camping gear and mess kit.

REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR UP TO DATE MEDICAL FORMS A & B

Risk Management and Safety:

  • None scheduled at this time

Wood Badge (information links below):

 

For more information: sccwoodbadge.org   and http://www.pacsky.org/Training/Adult/Courses-Supplemental/WoodBadgeFall2018

Merit Badge Counselor Orientation – Please see the Advancement Pages

   
The Silicon Valley Monterey Bay Council       

Training Patch Program

Earning the “Trained” patch shows that you are trained for your scouting position, but many of you devote your time to get additional training. Some required. For example, if you want to take your pack on an outdoor outing you need Baloo or taking a troop or crew on white water rafting, you need Safety afloat. We’ve developed the SVMBC training patch program so that you can display your commitment to training and to help us promote the many course that the SVMBC training teams puts on as well as additional online courses.

The training patch consists of a 3-inch round patch that can be purchased for $ 3. For each course you complete, you will receive a rocker at no charge that goes around the training patch. If you’ve completed a course in the past, you can can now order rockers at $1 each. For those of you interested in picking up a patch or to get past course rockers, they will be available online, mail order, at the Julian Front Desk during normal business, selecting training events and at major council events like University of Scouting and Scout-o-rama.

 

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