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Cub Scouts Cub Scouts have the opportunity to see things and go places they could never imagine. They go on field trips and go camping. Want to go on a campout? Want to learn a secret code? If you're a boy in the first through fifth grades, (ages 7-10), then Cub Scouts might be for you.

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This calendar is specific to all Mid-America Council trainings. If you need assistance in navigating the calendar, click here for a quick guideline.

What Makes a Trained Leader
Training is fun and easy, and you'll be the best leader you can be when you understand Scouting. Be more effective in creating programs. Learn about resources to make your job easier. Lead by example - show your commitment to Scouting and inspire others.

A leader is considered "Trained" when he or she has completed the four main trainings that make up the "Basic Leader Training" continuum. Read More
YOUth Protection Begins with YOU!
YOUth Protection Begins With YOUThe 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. Read more

The BSA has a Mandatory Reporting policy which states that registered leaders must report any suspected child abuse and/or violation of the BSA Youth protection Policy. Read more

Online Training for Cub Scout Leaders
Den Leaders/Assistants, Cubmasters/Assistants, pack trainers, and pack committee chairs/members can now take the Cub Scout Leader Position-Specific Training, Youth Protection, Fast Start, and This Is Scouting online. Online Training information 
Contact your District Training Chair today

All District Training Chairs encourage each unit, or group of units, to contact them to arrange for eight or more leaders to receive training at a convenient time and place. Leaders are encouraged to have their District Training Teams bring training to the units.

Council Training Chair
Sheryl Oakman
Diamond Dick
Vacant
Goldenrod
Todd Goldwater
Lewis & Clark
Jane O'Connor
Ohwahansee
Sherry Frazier
Petah La Shauro
Sandi Seckel
Soaring Eagle
Charles Argo
Thundercloud
Curt Reis
Trailblazer
Nate Watson
Twin Lakes
Cheri Hendrix
Wagon Wheel
Mike Scharfbilling
War Eagle
Deb Reinard
Learning for Life/Exploring/Venturing
David Knights
Wood Badge

Wood Badge Course C5-326-15-1
Registered Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venture leaders are welcome to attend Wood Badge training at Camp Cedars, the most advanced adult leadership training that the Boy Scouts of America has to offer. Attendance at both weekend sessions plus one mid-course meeting is required. Part 1: August 21-23, 2015; Part 2: September 11-13, 2015.  Read More

Training Information Request Form
Your District Training Chair is working hard to recruit trainers and plan training events that allow unit leaders to get the training they need to do their job successfully. The Council Training Committee works hard to coordinate training schedules in each district that offer plenty of options in and outside the district, to train leaders. If you would like more information on training events being held in your area, or are having trouble getting your leaders trained, submit this form to your District Training Chairs to get more information.

Philmont Training Center
PhilmontThe Mid-America Council has reservations for a council contingent to Philmont in 2015. Read More
Have questions about the MAC Contingency? Please contact Scouter Services or call 402.431.9BSA (402.431.9272) or 402.431.9272 OR Rich Hawes at rdhawes26@msn.com for more information.
Learn more about the Philmont Training Center.
Watch:  The Philmont Training Center |  Philmont in 2 Minutes

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