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Philmont Training Schedule Released

The 2010 Philmont Training Schedule is now available.  Please view the list below to see if there is a training that you would like to attend.

For those who have never been there, the Philmont Training Center is a family-friendly facility that provides activities for the whole family including spouses, pre-teen and teenage kids and day care for young children while you attend training.  It may just be the best vacation you ever take!

All attendees must be approved by your council so please e-mail with your interest to nick.geinosky@scouting.org to be submitted for approval!

 

Week 1: June 6-12

Advancement Policy and Procedures

Strictly for Cubmasters

Strictly for Scoutmasters

Geocaching to Promote Scouting

Learning to Teach Basic Outdoor Skills

Professional Development – Level 2

Week 2: June 13 – 19

Webelos to First Class

The Unit Commissioner – Supporting Units Needs

Council Commissioners

Council Key Three

Initiative Games for Packs, Troops, Teams and Crews

District Key Three: Leadership for the Future

How to Develop Crews that Thrive

How to Conduct a College of Commissioner Science

Effective Leadership of Commissioner Service

National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience

Week 3: June 20 – 26

Order of the Arrow Advisor Training

Putting More Outing in Scouting

Leading Pack Camping

Delivering Venturing to your District and Council

Strictly for the Varsity Coach and Team Committee

Boys: The Development Stages – Ages 6 – 13

What’s New in Youth Leader Training

Implementation of Required Training

National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience

Week 4: June 26 – July 2

LDS Scouting Leadership Conference

June 27-July 3:

Leadership Experience

National Advanced Youth

Week 5: July 3 – 9

LDS Scouting Leadership Conference

July 4-10:

National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience

Week 6: July 11 – 17

Strictly for Scoutmasters

Council and District Training Teams

Putting PIZZAZZ into Cub Scouting

Orienteering and Scouting

Trainer’s Edge

Building Strong Packs, Troops, Teams, and Crews

Scouting and Cyberspace

Wood Badge Refresher

National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience

Week 7: July 18 – 24

Strictly for the Unit Committee

Strictly for Cubmasters

Specialized Programming for Venturing Crews

Cub Scout and Boy Scout Roundtables,

and Venturing Forums

Learning to Teach Basic Outdoor Skills

Troop Operations

What’s New in Youth Leader Training

Helping Packs, Districts and Councils Succeed

using the Cub Scout Outdoor Program

National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience

Week 8: July 25 – July 31

National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience

Philmont Staff Association Conference

Week 9: August 1 – 7

Advanced Communication and Counseling Skills

Working with Scouts with Special Needs

District Key Three – Key Leadership for the Future

Training Venture Leaders – Youth and Adults

Advancement Policy and Procedures

Cub Scouts in 2010 (Fast Tracks)

Strictly for the Venturing Crew Advisor

Scouting in the Catholic Church

National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience

Week 10: August 8 – 14

Membership Growth for Districts and Councils

Becoming a Stronger Executive Board Member

Health and Safety/Risk Management

District Committees help Strengthen Units

Council Program Administration

Planning and Conducting a University of Scouting

Reconnecting Scouting’s Alumni

Many Cultures – One Mission

Fall Conference: September 19 – 25

Philmont Leadership Challenge

Project COPE and Climbing Program Manager

Climbing and Rappelling

Connecting Children and Nature

Implementing Leave No Trace in the Council

Project COPE Director Training

The Properties Course

Trek Leader Planning and Advanced Outdoor Skills

Wilderness First Aid

Conservation USA

National Youth Leader Training 2010

Cub Scouts in 2010 (Fast Tracks)

 

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