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District Leaders:

District Chair:
Doug Clabough
District Executive:
John Erskine
Vice-Chair:
Bill Voyce
District Commissioner:
John Burgess
Vice Chair - Program:
Roger Malone
Assistant District Commissioner:
Art Dunn
Friends of Scouting:
Brian Pershyn
Membership Co-Chair:
Rob Sheneman
Cub Scout Recruitment:
Tom Curley
Advancement Chair:
Bob Smith
Cub Scout Roundtable:
Joe Williamson
Boy Scout Roundtable:
Art Owens
Tom Curley
New Units:
Nora Klippstein
Boy Scout Training:
Jay Murphy
Cub Scout Training:
Ward Ingersoll
Round Valley Day Camp:
Larry Friend
Cub Scout Activities:
Doug Walker

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Check Your Training Records
If you want to find out about your training records here is what to do:
  1. Login at MyScouting login page
  2. Enter your user name and password -- click "Sign In"
  3. Under Training Heading, click on Training Validation.
  4. Under Training Search Heading, click All Training.
  5. Under Direct Search Heading--Search By:
    Member ID then type in your membership number from your BSA membership card, or
    enter your user name and search on that
  6. Finally click Search
You should be able to get all of your own personal training records that the national BSA has on record.

Courses Being Offered By The Hunterdon Arrowhead District
(Check the Pahquarra Home Page for Dates and Locations)

Scouting 101: This is the old New Leader Essentials
designed for everybody (new leaders, other volunteers, parents)
who want to learn the basics about the Boy Scouts of America. We’ll cover who we are, why we exist, how we are run from the local to the national level as well as audience inquiries. Seventy five percent of the HAD Cub Leaders who took both this course and the on line course last year strongly recommend taking this extra night of in person training.

Cub Scout Leader Specifics: Broken down by leadership role – either Tiger, Cub, Webelos or Pack Administration – this course connects you with veteran leadership and others starting in your position. A packed night of who, what, where, when and why of Cub Scouting in Hunterdon & Warren Counties.

Boy Scout Specifics: Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training is for all Scoutmasters and their assistants. Leader position specific training is based on the leader's position. These courses are taught by informed trainers who know how to engage groups and make learning fun Boy Scout leaders also must complete Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills training to be considered fully trained.

Intro to Outdoor Leader Skills: For Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters. Outdoor skills are critical to the success of the Scouting program, and this class will provide leaders with the basic outdoor skills information needed to start a program right. The skills taught are based on the outdoor skills found in The Boy Scout Handbook.

Owl/Baloo: Everything you wanted to know about camping with cub scouts as well as outdoor skills training for Webelos leaders

PowWow: A day of fun and useful training for Cub volunteers; Volunteer to teach a subject for an hour

Protecting God's Children: A three hour professional development eligible seminar on the state of child sexual abuse in America and what volunteers can do to stop it as well as protect themselves from accusation. Required for all leaders chartered by the Catholic Church but presented by a Scout leader actively involved in the ecumenical community for all concerned adults.

We will come to your group. Click here to request Cub Scout Training or Boy Scout Training.

Courses Available Online

All of the courses below can now be found at the BSA web site.
If you already have a MyScouting account, simply log in as usual.

Scouting volunteers: have your council number (CNJC = 352) and member ID handy (from your BSA registration card) when creating your account.
This will ensure you receive proper credit for courses completed successfully.

Boy Scout Leader Fast Start (online interactive)
Cub Scout Leader Fast Start (online interactive)
Hazardous Weather **Required as of 1/1/09** (online interactive) - required every two years
Safety Afloat/Safe Swim Defense (online interactive) - required every two years
This is Scouting (online interactive) - Replaces New Leader Essentials as a required course for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing volunteers to earn the "Trained" leader emblem. - March 2009
Troop Committee Challenge - NEW!!! (online interactive)
Venture Leader Fast Start (online interactive)
Venturing Youth Protection (English Version) (online interactive)
Venturing Youth Protection (Spanish Version) (Coming soon!)
Youth Protection (online interactive) - required every two years

Minimum Training Requirments for Various Leadership Positions to Earn Trained Patch

Cub Scout Leader
Cub Leader Fast Start (available on-line) - optional
Youth Protection Training (available on-line)
This is Scouting*
Cub Scout Leader Specific Training

Boy Scout Leader
Boy Scout Leader Fast Start (available on-line)
Youth Protection Training (available on-line)
This is Scouting*
Boy Scout Leader Specific Training
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

Boy Scout Troop Committee Member
Boy Scout Leader Fast Start (available on-line)
Youth Protection Training (available on-line)
This is Scouting*
Troop Committe Challenge (available on-line)

Venture Leaders
Venture Leader Fast Start (available on-line)
Youth Protection Training (available on-line)
This is Scouting*
Venture Leader Specific Training

Charter Organization Representatives
Charter Organization Representative Training

Commissioner Staff
Commissioner Basic Training

District Committee Volunteers
District Committee Conference Training OR Key Leader Training Council Committee Volunteers

(*)This is Scouting replaced New Leader Essentials. If you have taken NLE you are not required to take TIS, however, the feedback on TIS has been positive. TIS takes about 50 minutes.


Each time you take an in person live course from the HAD Cub Scout Training Team you will be awarded a patch. The primary patch is the HAD Trained Leader patch and is only available by taking the Cub Scout Leader Specific Part I course.

Thereafter, each time a person takes a new segment of Cub Scout Leader Specific Part II they will be awarded a rocker or companion patch to the base trained leader patch.


 
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