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BSA Resources

The Boy Scouts of America produces resources in several different formats:

  • BIN Resources. Volunteers can obtain these items through their local council service centers. Limited quantities are free. Your local council can order available BIN Resources. (BIN resource order numbers include a hyphen: ##-###.)
    BIN Resources Order Form
  • Supply Division Resources. Items for sale can be ordered, using a credit card, from the BSA Supply Division’s online web site (http://www.scoutstuff.org/), toll-free number (800-323-0732) or from your local BSA council service center. (These items have order numbers of four or five digits and no hyphen: #####.)
  • Online resources are presented with a specific online address provided for each online item. Some online resources require a password for access.

Train-the-Trainer Series

A new BSA train-the trainer course, or series of courses, is currently under development by the training committee and its training design task force. The BSA is calling it T3, or T-Cubed.

  • Part One - The Fundamentals of TrainingPDF - is to help trainers, regardless of previous experience, with presenting effective training. It is designed to help a trainer understand how adults and youth learn, the training model in the BSA, and effective methods of instruction. It is nearing completion with some final testing this summer at the Philmont Training Center.
  • Part Two - The Trainer's EDGEPDF - supplements the practices offered through staff development of training courses and enhances the platform skills of a trainer learned in part one, using the Trainer's EDGE and other methods. It will be an update of the current course and will still be for everyone, but primarily for training managers and staff of advanced leadership training courses.
  • Part Three - will be for master trainers, a new role that is under development.


Totally LocalLife Scout to Eagle Scout - Resources

There are a number of good resources on the web with information on how to help recognize the remarkable accomplishment of Eagle Scouts. The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) is a good place to start looking for idieas on Eagle Scout Ceremonies, in addition to a number of other good Eagle Scout resources they offer. 

Totally LocalYou may also want to check out these sites for additional ideas on recogning new Eagle Scouts:


Ceremonies for Dens and Packs, #33212

2012-2013 Cub Scout Roundtable Planning Guide, #511-410

Troop Resource Survey, #34437 Updated

Troop Program Resources, #33588


National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) Syllabus

Video Files

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO)
A one-day training event, presented by the council, that introduces Cub Scout leaders and parents to the skills needed to plan and conduct pack outdoor activities, particularly pack camping

 


Cub Scout Leader Specific Training Syllabus


2011 BSA Top Hands Conference videos:

2011 Top Hands Opening Dinner - Ben Myers

Council Operations - Opening_Intros

Council Operations - Jarius Mixon, Explorer

Council Operations - Bob Mazzuca Closing

Closing Remarks - Day 1 by Bob Mazzuca

Making the Connection

BS Operating Principles

Chief Scout Executive Advisory Board

Strategic Plans and Journey to Excellence

The Main Thing - Marketing Theme

Trainer Development Conference

Content

Content Page from Trainer Development CDPDF

Syllabus PDF's

Session PDF's

Power Point Presentations

Nine things that will disappear in our lifetimePDF

A Minute for Bobby's Stamps

Top Hands

Handbook


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