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Adult Leader Training

As a  Scout Adult Leader, how do I qualify to wear this patch?


E-Learning page at www.myscouting.org. Once you have made your profile Please be sure you inter your membership number in your profile so it will show up with your Pack, Troop, or Crew.

Watch this video to make your account

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.

Youth Protection Training* is a joining requirement for all registered adults and must be retaken every two years!




Here is how to do the training


Leader-Specific (by position)


Leader-Specific (by position)**

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills



Varsity Scout Leader-Specific (all Team adults)

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills***



All adults in Crews: Venturing Leader Specific

All adults in Ships: Sea Scout Adult Leader Basic



*E-Learning page at www.myscouting.org

**Troop Committee Challenge* is the position

specifics for troop committee members

*** Not required for committee positions

+Chartered Organization Representatives take This Is Scouting*, and Chartered Organization Representative Training



Need Help?

Congratulations!  Now that you’ve earned your patch, consider additional training:

Middle Tennessee Council Training

  • University of Scoutingfor all Adult Leaders – early Saturday in March
  • Middle Tennessee Council Wood Badge Leader Training

BSA Online Reference Materials

Contact the National Council – Boy Scouts of America

Program Impact – Volunteer Training Team

Mark Griffin mark.griffin@scouting.org 972-580-2211

Peter Self peter.self@scouting.org 972-580-2417

Cindy Polman cynthia.polman@scouting.org 972-580-2459

Judy Maldonado judy.maldonado@scouting.org 972-580-2449






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