Youth Protection is the #1 Priority of the BSA
To ensure the safety of all of our young men and women in Scouting, the youth protection training requirements for all leadership has been updated. It is now mandatory for all leaders to have completed youth protection training prior to registering and then renew that training at least every 24 months. Click here for full details.
Council Basic Training Initiative Policy
In order to ensure that all youth in our Council receive the best Scouting program possible, the Executive Board of the Ozark Trails 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. Click here for full details.
MyScouting and Your Membership Profile
In order for all of your online training to show up on your records, you need to link your membership number with your ID and the Council on your MyScouting.org account. Here is some help if you haven't done this yet, Click here.
Upcoming Council Trainings
April 26, 2014 - Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (Arrowhead)
April 25-26, 2014 - Outdoor Leadership Skills Training (Arrowhead)
April 25-26, 2014 - Outdoor Webelos Leader Training (Arrowhead)
April 25 & 26, 2014 - Wilderness First Aid (Springfield Service Center)
May 9-10 & 16-18 - COPE Instructor Training
May 17 & 18 - Wilderness First Aid (Childress)