Adult Leader Training

All adults working with Scouts require appropriate training. NCAC Leadership Training provides an overview. Arlington Diocese required Virtus training (see https://www.virtusonline.org/virtus/index.cfm?)

For more information, contact the St. Louis School principal and see the St. Louis School and St. Louis Church web sites, www.stlouisschool.org and www.saintlouisparish.org, respectively. The District training calendar can be found at http://www.ncacbsa.org.

Required training for Merit Badge Counselors

Required training for Committee Members

Required training for Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters and Patrol Advisors

Scout Master/Assistant Scoutmaster Specific Training - http://www.scouting.org/filestore/training/pdf/IOLS_33640_2016.pdf

  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills [IOLS]
  • Recommended: Wood Badge for the 21st Century is the core leadership skills training course for the BSA; this course focuses on strengthening every volunteer's ability to work with and lead groups of youth and adults and is less focused on outdoor skills, which are more effectively addressed in other courses. For details, Youth Protection Training
  • The Troop presents a session for new Scouts and Parents annually on the Saturday after Pack 680 bridges their Webelos Scouts. That information is collected in the power point presentation stored on the Troop 680 web site at TBD