Training

REQUIRED TRAINING FOR ALL ADULTS, NO EXCEPTIONS
1. AB 506, New State Law. Requires Mandatory Training AND Fingerprint LiveScan
We encourage you to read more on this page and at
californiascouting.org
2. Youth Protection Training – Boy Scouts of America
Training ClassDate & TimeMore InfoContactNotes
Climbing Level I & IIFeb 18 -19 & 25

Flier              Register 

Howard Ito 
Den Chief TrainingMarch 12 

Webpage 

Aimee McCartyat Sea Base
Leader Specific TrainingMarch 18

Webpage

Michael Devineat Sea Base
NYLT

June 16 – 18           June 23 – 25

Webpage

John McGlynnat Camp Tahquitz
Wood BadgeSeptember 8-10 & October 7-8, 2023

Webpage

Michael Devineat Camp Tahquitz
EDGE TrainingDate TBD

 

Erik Zandvliet 
CPR & First Aid TrainingDate TBD

Webpage

Joe Lopezat Sea Base
Wilderness First AidDate TBD

Webpage

Joe Lopez at Sea Base
Merit Badge Counselor TrainingDate TBDWebpage Link  More info belowMichael Devine  Virtual: Zoom

Merit Badge Counselor Training

The merit badge counselor is a key player in the Scouts BSA advancement program. As a merit badge counselor, you can play a vital role in stirring a Scout’s curiosity about that particular topic. By serving as a merit badge counselor, you offer your time, knowledge, and other resources so that Scouts can explore a topic of interest.

In order to register, merit badge counselors are expected to complete BSA Youth Protection. For more information please go to the webpage “Guide for Merit Badge Counselors” by clicking on the link below:

Guide for merit badge counseling

Council Training Leadership

Training ChairVice ChairAdvisor
Michael DevineAimee McCarty
Victor Zuniga

Service Team

Joe Lopez
Johnny Bradford 

Youth Protection Training 

Completing this training is mandatory for all adults prior to being registered for any position. Available online 24/7

Take YPT Online

What Training Classes Do I Need To Take?

Helpful Note:

All unit leaders and committee chairs can access current unit training records online anytime by logging into my.scouting.org