What makes a trained leader?

Adult leaders in units are considered trained, and eligible to wear the official “Trained” emblem, once they have completed Youth Protection Training and the training courses outlined below, or have completed Youth Protection Training and a previous basic training course when it was current.  If you take training in-person, you can take training in any district.

Youth Protection Training is a joining requirement for all registered adults and must be retaken every year in the Mount Baker Council!

Cub Scouting

Cubmasters, Assistant Cubmasters, Pack Committee Members, Den Leaders

Boy Scouting

Scoutmasters and Assistants

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster Position Specific
  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

Committee Members

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Troop Committee Challenge

Varsity Scouting

Coaches and Assistants

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Varsity Coach Position Specific
  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

Committee Members

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Team Committee Challenge

Venturing

Advisors and Associate Advisors

  • Venturing Youth Protection Training
  • Venturing Advisor Position Specific (classroom or 3 online modules)

Sea Scouting

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Sea Scout Adult Leader Basic (All adults in Ships) E-Learning online training at: www.my.scouting.org

Chartered Organization Representatives

  • Youth Protection Training
  • Training the Chartered Organization Representative