Pack Leaders 2017 – 2018
Main Contact: Cubmaster Preston Tyrrell – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lions – NEW this year – kindergartners
Leader: AJ Fiory
Leader: John McDonald
Every Scout Deserves a Trained Leader!
Every Leader deserves training so s/he can successfully deliver the scouting program!
Pack 284 Leaders are required to complete Youth Protection and Cub Scout Leader Specific training for their position.
Training of adults to successfully deliver the Cub Scout program has evolved into a well-presented, thorough, curriculum of courses to be completed in sequence.
Youth Protection Training
YPT ensures Cub Scouts involved in scouting are kept safe. At least one adult on every Scout outing must be Youth Protection Trained.
Before being involved with Cub Scouts, EVERY adult leader will complete Youth Protection Online and all registered adult volunteers must complete it and fully understand the Youth Protection Policies of the BSA.
Parent Guides on youth protection are printed in the front of Cub Scout and Boy Scout handbooks. They are available online at: Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts
Leader Specific Training
Once a volunteer has a solid overview of the scouting program, training for a specific Scouting position continues through Leader Specific training. This training provides the specialized knowledge a new leader needs to assume a leadership role. Because each course is designed for a specific leadership position, the training time varies. This training is classroom-led. Leader Specific training has been developed for the following positions and their assistants:
Tiger Cub den leaders
Cub Scout den leaders
Webelos den leaders
Pack committee members