Scouts BSA Youth Leadership Training Options

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Scouts BSA Youth LeadershipTraining OptionsKen Fischer & Gary Rudolph

Youth Leadership Training Options Vision: The Boy Scouts of America isthe premier leadershipdevelopment organization for youthin the United States of America. Methods: The youth leadershiptraining continuum represents thescope and sequence of leadershiptraining courses available to youthmembers of the Boy Scouts ofAmerica and hands-on experientiallearning through actual leadershiproles.

Introduction to Leadership Skills Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST) Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (ILSC) Introduction to Leadership Skills for Ships (ILSS) The training course is delivered to the youth of the troop, ship, orcrew by older and more experienced youth as soon as a young personhas been selected by his or her peers for a leadership position. Youth are introduced to the skills of leadership and the tools they willuse to implement their vision of adventure and leadership in theirrole as a youth leader in their troop or crew.


WelcomeThis online virtual Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST) andCrews (ILSC) consists of three unique modules.Module 1 provides focused training for members of Troops or Crews (Module1A or 1B) and is found in the BSA Learn Center.Module 2 consists of five segments covering Creating a Vision, Goal Setting,Communication, Planning and Delegation, and Stages of Team Development.This too can be found in the BSA Learn Center.Module 3 is the online virtual discussion to provide Scouts an opportunity todiscuss and interact with leaders on topics that include Team Developmentand Characteristics, Group Decisions, Leadership Styles and Tools, Ethics andValues, and the EDGE method. This PowerPoint presentation is designed toaccompany the script that will be followed for that discussion.

Introduction toLeadership Skillsfor Troops (ILST)and Crews (ILSC)VIRTUALLEARNINGModule 3Module 3 of this training should not be used once the pandemic lessens andTroops/Crews are able to meet in person. Once this is possible the training should bedelivered face-to-face using the original ILST/ILSC syllabi.

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Den Chief Training Options– Taught at the unit or districtlevel by a facilitator– Offered annually at theProgram and TrainingConference (PTC)– Online Training

NYLT - National YouthLeadership Training National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is a leadershiptraining experience sponsored by the Chief Seattle Counciland held annually at a council camp. The training is conducted by highly qualified youth staff underthe supervision of adult advisors.– Week 1 (Monday August 9 -- Saturday August 14)– Week 2 (Wednesday August 11 -- Monday August 16)– Week 3 (Monday August 16 -- Saturday August 21)Scouts BSA participants must be age 13 by start of program

Wilderness and RemoteFirst Aid (WFA) Wilderness First Aid (WFA) is the assessment of andtreatment given to an ill or injured person in a remoteenvironment where definitive care by a physician and/orrapid transport is not readily available. Training in Wilderness First Aid will prepare you to safelyparticipate in unit outdoor adventures and will qualifyyou to attend the National Jamboree or any BSA HighAdventure base. Youth over age 14 and adult Scout leaders are invited toparticipate. 16 hour in-person training

Powder Horn The Powder Horn course is designed to help the unit byintroducing youth and adult Scouting leaders to safelyconducted outdoor/high-adventure activities of a fun andchallenging nature.––––Shooting sportsCOPE course (high and low)WaterfrontWhitewater rafting (on the DeschutesRiver!)– Windsurfing Cave exploring!– Rock climbing and rappelling – on realrock!– Mountain biking– Mountain boarding– Mountaineering (Palmer Glacieron Mt Hood, Timberline chairlift toget there!)– Winter camping– Long-term lightweight backpacking– Expedition planning– Astronomy– Dutch Oven cooking– And others!Adults and youth age 14 by start of program

Program & Training Conference One stop training opportunity October 23, 2021 Courses for youth:–––––––––––––Den Chief TrainingDen Chief FoodDrug & Alcohol AwarenessPatrol Method (for YOUTH)Den Chief Games (for YOUTH)Cooking & Menus in the Back & Front CountryDutch Oven Cooking BasicsMaking First Aid REALTime Management & Goal SettingConflict ManagementWorking with AdultsInfo on International ScoutingUltra Light Backpacking

National Advanced YouthLeadership Experience (NAYLE) National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience is an excitingprogram that enhances leadership skills and expands uponthe team-building and ethical decision-making skills learned inNYLT. NAYLE emphasizes leadership, teamwork, and selfless service,and uses the core elements of NYLT to help youth internalizeand strengthen these skills.– Philmont (New Mexico)– The Summit (West Virgina)

The Purpose of Wood Badge is to strengthen units. WoodBadge is an advanced, intense, experiential course onsmall-group leadership. There are presentations and activities. There are games,but there is no dead time – the games are all with apurpose. The course, and working your ticket afterwards, will helpyou make your Scouting unit stronger, and will also helpyou in your work, church, family, and everywhere else. Available to Crew and Ship youth age 18-20 and adults 2021 Fall Course: Sept 24-26 & Oct 9-10 (Camp Pigott)

Introduction to Leadership Skills Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST) Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (ILSC) Introduction to Leadership Skills for Ships (ILSS) The training course is delivered to the youth of the troop, ship, or crew by o

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