Adult Leaders Start Here
Registered Leader Training Initiative for the Next Century
In order to ensure that all youth in our Council receive the best Scouting program possible, the Executive Board of the Heart of America Council considers it imperative that all registered leaders become familiar with the Scouting program, how it works at the different levels and how to implement it, while making it fun and exciting for the youth of the program. All this is accomplished through leadership training. Therefore, beginning with units re-chartering in December of 2009 and January of 2010, a three year training initiative will be established to achieve the goal of 100% trained leaders in all of the traditional units.
There are many training courses that can be taken online at www.myscouting.org
Create an account - this can be done with or without your BSA membership ID.
If you enter your membership ID, your training records will be updated at the Council Office.
If you are not yet registered, you can still take training, just print the certificate at the end of each course.
After your account is created you will receive an email with a link. Click the link to activate your myscouting account. This must be done before you can log in. If you do not receive an email, check your spam/junk folder.
Once you log in to www.myscouting.org
, click E-Learning on the left hand side. Trainings are listed under tabs (Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturing, and General).
Submit your certificate of completion to your District Training Chair.
Click on training validation* to review what courses you have taken, this includes courses recorded at the Council Office.
*After logging onto MyScouting.org , click on “Training Validation” and you can check to see if your trainings have been recorded in the Council’s computer system.
*We are encouraging all units to use this system to check the training status of all of their leaders. All you need is a list of membership ID Numbers and you can review the training status of the registered adult leaders. A list of these numbers can be found on your charter paperwork or you can obtain a list from your District Professional.