Cub Scout Archery & BB Gun Rangemaster Training
BSA requires all Cub Scout shooting sports (including Cub Scout archery, BB guns, wrist rockets/slingshots, catapults or rockets) to be supervised by a BSA certified range master. At the Cub Scout level, bb and archery is only allowed at district and council-operated events, and may not be conducted at the pack or den level.
C40 - Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster Position Specific Training
Every scout deserves a trained leader. This course is intended to provide Cubmasters and Assistant Cubmasters with the basic information they need to conduct successful pack meetings. Cubmasters and assistants who complete this training along with Weather Hazards and Youth Protection training are considered “trained” for both positions.
C60 - Pack Committee Challenge
The purpose of the Pack Committee Challenge is to familiarize pack committee members with the various responsibilities of the individual members of the committee as well as the committee as a whole. The goal is to help each pack committee work as a team to improve the Scouting experience for adult and youth members.
This course is required for all Pack Committee Members (MC), Committee Chairs (CC), and Pack Trainers (PT) to be considered Position Trained. This training is also highly recommended for Cubmasters and Assistant Cubmasters.
S24 - Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training
To do anything well, people need training, in whatever form that takes. Training may be formal or informal; it may help someone learn to ride a bicycle, drive a car, or perform better at a job. Training can be conducted in a group setting or individually.
Cub Scout BB Gun and Archery Rangemaster Training
BSA requires all Cub Scout shooting sports (including Cub Scout archery, BB guns, wrist rockets/slingshots, catapults or rockets) to be supervised by a BSA certified range master.
School Night for Scouting Presenter Training
All Commissioners and Cub Scout Pack Leaders should attend this training.