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What Makes a Trained Leader?

A leader is considered "Trained" when he or she has completed the three main trainings that make up the "Basic Leader Training" continuum: Youth Protection, Fast Start, and Leader Specific Training. To find a complete list of all National BSA adult trainings, please visit www.scouting.org/training/adult.aspx.

Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Boy Scout Leader Specific
  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

Boy Scout Committee Member

  • Youth Protection Training

Varsity Scout Leaders and Assistants

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Varsity Scout Leader Specific Training
  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

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