Training Event Schedule

The following is a list of all training opportunities scheduled at this time. Check this list often as we frequently update it as new courses are scheduled. You can register online by clicking on the Register link beside the course you wish to take. You can download the application by clicking on "Download". Adobe Acrobat is required to print the application on your computer. Adobe Acrobat is a free program available from the Adobe web site.

 

Belk Scout Camp (map)

Starting on Friday evening, November 9, 2012, and continuing until Sunday afternoon, November 11, 2012, Webelos Leader Outdoor Training and Boy Scout Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills will be offered at Belk Scout Camp.

Webelos Leader Outdoor Training is an opportunity to take part in an enjoyable outdoor learning experience and discover what the outing in Webelos Scouting is all about! This course is for all adults connected with the Cub Scout program: Webelos leaders, assistant Webelos leaders, future Webelos leaders, parents of a Cub or Webelos Scout, Cubmasters, committee members, den leaders. It is required for Webelos leaders to earn the Webelos Den Leader Award.

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills is required for Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters, and Venturing Crew Leaders whose Crews have Outdoor Programs, to receive the Trained Patch, and to attend Wood Badge.

Please register on-line by Wednesday, November 7, 2012 5PM and pay your participation fee of $50. Included with this flyer is a map to the location, gear list, and any other information you will need to join us — and please "pass the word" to other Scout leaders.

For additional information, contact Course Director Bob Coughlin at rcoughlin@mi-connection.com or by phone at 704-651-5562.

*** Registration is Closed ***

Annual BSA Health and Medical Record - 2011.pdf
 


Upcoming Trainings

Belk Scout Camp (map)
This 16 hour course will introduce the participant to skills necessary to handle basic first aid emergencies in a wilderness setting. The course combines lecture with hands-on application of material covered in class. Successful completion of this course certifies the student in WFA for a period of two years and meets the requirements for Philmont and other high adventure camps. Some of the topics covered include: What is wilderness first aid? Patient assessment. Airway management. He...