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Rowan County United Way

United Way of the Central Carolinas

Richmond County United Way

United Way of Stanly County








A leader who completes all the training for their position can proudly wear the "Trained" patch on their uniform. To be trained, a leader must complete all of the courses required of their position and submit the record of trainings to the Central NC Council.

Adult Leader Basic Training Requirements

 In order to be “trained”, all adult volunteers are required to complete:


1) Youth Protection Training*.  This is available on-line at www.my.scouting.org and in classroom. 

     Must be renewed every 2 years.


2) Leader Specific Training for their position as outlined below:


Volunteer Position(s) Required Training Courses

  • All Cub Scout Leaders: Cub Scout Leader Specific Training  (available on-line at www.my.scouting.org.)
  • Scoutmasters & Assistant Scoutmasters: Boy Scout Leader Specific Training & Outdoor Leader Skills (OLS)
  • Troop Committee Members: Troop Committee Challenge (available on-line at www.my.scouting.org.)
  • All Venturing Leaders: Venturing Leader Specific Training & Outdoor Leader Skills (OLS)
  • All Exploring Leaders: Explorer Leader Training

 To keep up-to-date on all the training news and updates, please visit The Training Times at http://www.scouting.org/training/trainingupdates.aspx


 *Note: Youth Protection Training is often conducted in conjunction with Leader Specific Classroom Training. Venturing Leaders need to take the "Venturing Version" of Youth Protetction Training.  Refer to the training schedule for a detailed listing of course offerings.

Central NC Council Training Calendar
District Training Calendars
Leader Training Documents and Links
Boy Scout / Venturing Supplemental Cub Scout
Mentoring How to Conduct a Pinewood Derby

Guide for Merit Badge Counselors

What Makes a Trained Leader?
(Arrow of Light Parents)
Board of Review Training (pdf) BSA Adult Training Record Sheet
Planning and Conducting a Safe Scout Outing

Conducting an Interfaith Service


Scoutmaster Conference Training (pdf)

Supporting Scouts with AD/HD (Powerpoint Required)  

The Order of the Arrow and Your Troop



Orientation for New Boy Scout Parents


BSA Adult Training Record Sheet





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