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Re: [Scouter_T] training requirements - absolute

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  • Debbie Beer
    When I was at Philmont this summer, I was told that starting in January each leader would have to have youth protection training within the last two years.
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 6, 2002
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      When I was at Philmont this summer, I was told that starting in January
      each leader would have to have youth protection training within the last two
      years.
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      Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 5:44 AM
      Subject: [Scouter_T] training requirements - absolute


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      > >Several of your training team are correct. There are other training
      requirements if one wants to engage in water sports (Safe Swim Defense and
      Safety Afloat) or if the unit wants the Quality Unit award. Otherwise,
      training attendance is voluntary.
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      > > One of our missions as trainers is to make the training so useful that
      everyone will want to come.
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      > >A question came up that I thought would be best posed to you. What are
      the current absolute training musts? I know what the recommended training
      sequence. I need to know what is absolutely required by National for a Cub
      Scout and a Boy Scout Leader. Much to my surprise several of our Training
      Team stated that the only true required training is BALOO for Cub Leaders if
      they wish to take their units camping. I have always thought that all
      primary leaders must be trained for their position. I need what ever you
      know referenced by source and page.
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