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  • The

    University of Scouting Louisville, KY

    January 27, 2018

    2018

    Course Catalog

  • The University of Scouting

    Amy Zehnder Event Chair amyjo269@att.net 502.541.3809 Matt Nash Council Staff Advisor matt.nash@scouting.org 502.400.5372

    12001 Sycamore Station Place Louisville, KY 40299 | 502.361.2624 | http://lhcbsa.org/pages/content/university-of-scouting

    The success of Scouting in the Lincoln Heritage Council has for over 100 years depended entirely on the quality and

    strength of the volunteers that deliver meaningful weekly programs to its 26,000 Scouts. The ability of volunteers to deliver

    that weekly program is strengthened by the quality of their training.

    The University of Scouting is a one-day training event that offers a wide spectrum of workshops that will strengthen each

    volunteers ability to deliver better Scouting for our youth. Courses are designed for volunteers involved in the Cub Scout,

    Boy Scout, Venturing, Commissioner, and District Committee.

    SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS Check-In / Walk-In Registration................... 7:00 AM 8:00 AM

    Participants Auditorium

    Staff Classroom Building Lobby

    Opening Ceremony....................................... 8:00 AM 8:20 AM

    Auditorium

    Session 1........................................................ 8:30 AM 9:20 AM

    Session 2........................................................ 9:30 AM 10:20 AM

    Session 3........................................................ 10:30 AM 11:20 AM

    Group 1 Lunch / Group 2 Midway................ 11:30 AM 12:10 PM

    Group 2 Lunch / Group 1 Midway................ 12:10 PM 12:50 PM

    Lunch Cafeteria

    Midway - Gymnasium

    Session 4........................................................ 1:00 PM 1:50 PM

    Session 5........................................................ 2:00 PM 2:50 PM

    Session 6........................................................ 3:00 PM 3:50 PM

    Building Closes............................................. 4:30 PM

    Types of Courses Offered Job-Specific Training: These courses follow the official training

    curriculum set forth by the Boy Scouts of America and will count

    towards Job Specific Training requirements for your registered position, specific program requirements, or fulfill a BSA

    standard.

    Supplemental Courses / Electives: These courses go above and beyond what the BSA Basic Training courses cover.

    These courses focus on a single topic and typically last one session only.

    When selecting courses to fill your schedule, you should choose enough courses to fill all six sessions. To assist you in

    making selections, utilize the Time Block Indicator shown in each course description. Each block represents one of six

    sessions. The shaded areas show you which sessions that course will fill.

    Midway: Either before or after your lunch, you will be encouraged to visit the midway. The

    midway is filled with booths that will distribute information about Scouting events throughout

    the year. Additionally, regional businesses will be on hand to talk about opportunities to help

    you make your units Scouting year full of excitement.

    Fees Participant Fee [Applies to Youth and Adults] if paid on or before January 13, 2018......... $20

    Participant Fee [Applies to Youth and Adults] if paid on or after January 14, 2018............ $25

    Staff Fee............................................................................................................................... $10

    LOUISVILLE MALE

    HIGH SCHOOL4409 Preston Highway Louisville, KY Take Interstate 65 to Exit 130 for KY-61/Preston

    Highway toward Grade Lane. Turn NE on

    Preston Highway. School will be on your right.

    Register early for more chances to win our monthly promotional drawing! One winner will be selected each month beginning on October 31, 2017 with the final drawing occurring at the

    event. You must pre-register to be eligible. The earlier to register, the more chances you have to win a prize!

    Youth must be at

    least 14 years old

    to attend. Courses

    offered to youth

    are intended for

    Scouts in unit

    leadership

    positions.

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  • The University of Scouting

    Amy Zehnder Event Chair amyjo269@att.net 502.541.3809 Matt Nash Council Staff Advisor matt.nash@scouting.org 502.400.5372

    12001 Sycamore Station Place Louisville, KY 40299 | 502.361.2624 | http://lhcbsa.org/pages/content/university-of-scouting

    Registration Keys for Success Review the course listings to determine what you would like to take. Registration will be completed through an online

    fillable form with payment at the end. You can find a link to the registration form on the event website

    http://lhcbsa.org/pages/content/university-of-scouting. Each course has a capacity so register early to ensure you get your

    preferred selections! Registration forms are also accepted at the Council office (in the event your course selection is not

    available, alternates can be arranged at check-in). Payment accepted online or at the Scout Service Center.

    Recommended Courses De-Coding Course Descriptions If you are not sure what courses to take, here is a good place to

    start. These recommended groupings are based on your

    registered position or interest. The catalog contains a brief

    description of each course.

    Webelos II Parents and Others New to Boy Scouts Webelos to Scouts Transition

    Intro to Boy Scouts

    Your First Year at Summer Camp

    First Class First Year

    Scoutmaster Conference and Board of Review

    New Scoutmaster or Assistant Scoutmaster Job Specific Training: Scoutmaster and Assistant

    Scoutmaster

    Either: Challenges for Large Troops OR Challenges for SmallTroops

    Second to Third Year in Boy Scouts Scout-Led Troop

    Building a Strong Program

    Youth Leadership Programs: ILST and NYLT

    Unit Leadership & Succession Management

    High Adventure

    Recruiting New Boy Scouts & Adults

    Life Scouts & Their Parents & Eagle Mentors Eagle Projects, Application, and Mentoring

    Eagle Courts of Honor

    Retention of Older Scouts

    Focus on Cooking Backpacking Meals Made Easy

    Large Group Cooking & Menu Planning

    Dutch Oven and Foil Cooking

    Teaching Cooking Merit Badge

    Course Title

    Target Audience Indicators: Each course is designed for a specific audience in mind. Advanced Knots for example, is targeted to Boy Scout and Venturing Scouts and Adults. Youth must be at least 14 years old to attend.

    Course Description

    Time Block Indicator: There are six available time blocks throughout the day. The shaded sections on the bar allow you to see at a glance when this course is being offered. If multiple blocks are shaded, this means the class will last more than one session.

    Timeframe: This shows you the time of day this class is offered.

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  • The University of Scouting

    Amy Zehnder Event Chair amyjo269@att.net 502.541.3809 Matt Nash Council Staff Advisor matt.nash@scouting.org 502.400.5372

    12001 Sycamore Station Place Louisville, KY 40299 | 502.361.2624 | http://lhcbsa.org/pages/content/university-of-scouting

    Recommended Courses Continued... Beyond Your Home Unit History and Lore of Lincoln Heritage Council

    Lincoln Heritage Councils Vision and Strategic Plan

    Marketing Scouting

    Role of the District Executive

    Council Administrative Processes

    Social Media for Scouting

    Venturing Youth (or Youth interested in Venturing) Venturing: Trailhead

    Venturing: Milepost 1

    Venturing: Rest Break

    Venturing: Milepost 2

    Venturing: Mile Post 3

    Venturing: Home Base

    REGISTRATION FORM LOUISVILLE CAMPUS January 27, 2018

    Name: ______________________________________________________

    Unit Type: ___________________ Unit #: __________________________

    Scouting Position: _____________ District: _________________________

    Phone: ______________________________________________________

    E-Mail:_______________________________________________________

    Mailing Address: _______________________________

    City: _______________ State: ______ Zip: ________

    Name on Credit Card:

    Billing Address: ____________

    City: State: Zip:

    Amount to be charged:

    Credit Card Number:

    Card Expiration Date:

    CVC (Code on back of card):

    LINCOLN HERITAGE COUNCIL REFUND POLICY A full fee refund will be made to an individual or group that cancels program attendance / registration, less a 15% administrative charge as long as a written request is made at least 30 days prior to a council or district program/activity. No refunds will be given to an individual or group that cancels program attendance/registration within 30 days of a scheduled council or district program/activity. Exceptions for medical situations or family emergencies can be made, but must be submitted in writing within 7 days after the program/activity. Fees are transferable to other scouts but not refundable. All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing with a copy of the receipt or cancelled check.

    PLEASE INDICATE YOUR COURSE SELECTIONS Session First Choice Second Choice

    1 (8:30 9:20)

    2 (9:30 10:20)

    3 (10:30 11:20)

    4 (1:00 1:50)

    5 (2:00 2:50)

    6 (3:00 3:50) Account 1-6801-055-20

    Register Online www.lhcbsa.org We encourage all participants to register online.

    Do You Need a Vegetarian Meal? [Yes] / [No]

    ______ $20 - Participant Fee [Applies to Youth and Adults] if paid on or before January 13, 2018

    ______ $25 - Participant Fee [Applies to Youth and Adults] if paid on or after January 14, 2018

    ______ $13 - CPR Course Fee: American Heart Association CPR requires an additional fee of $13.00, charged by the American Heart Association that covers course supplies and your certification card

    ______ Staff Fee: $10.00

    IN THE EVENT THE SCOUT OFFICE CANCELS

    THIS EVENT DUE TO

    WEATHER YOU WILL BE

    GIVEN THE OPTION TO

    ATTEND THIS EVENT

    ONCE IT HAS BEEN

    RESCHEDULED OR

    OBTAIN A FULL REFUND.

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  • Target Audience Course Title Session Time Time Block Indicator

    A du lt Bo y Sco uts V entur ingY ou th Advanced Knots 1 101:00 PM-02:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts All Year Camping 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA dult Bo y ScoutsCu b Scouts V enturing Alternatives for Scouts with Special Needs 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA dult Bo y ScoutsCu b Scouts V enturingYou th American Heart Association CPR [Certification] 1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ingY ou th American Heart Association CPR [Certification] 1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts V entur ingY ou th Backpacking Meals Made Easy: Advanced 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts V entur ingY ou th Backpacking Meals Made Easy: Beginner 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA dult Cu b Scouts BB/Archery Certification 1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AMA dult BCS 151: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - The

    Roundtable Commissioner Team

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    A du lt BCS 152: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Using the

    Roundtable Program Guides

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    A du lt BCS 153: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Promoting

    Roundtables

    102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    A dult BCS 155: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Boy Scout

    Roundtables

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    A du lt BCS 154: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Cub Scout Roundtables

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    A du lt BCS 156: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Recruiting,

    Training, and Recognizing the Roundtable Team

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    A du lt Cu b Scouts Beyond the Basics: Cubmaster 1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PMA dult Cu b Scouts Beyond the Basics: Pack Committee 1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Beyond the Basics: Rookie Den Leader 1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Beyond the Basics: Veteran Den Leader 1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ingY ou th BSA Outdoor Ethics & Awards 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Building a Strong Program 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA dult Bo y ScoutsYou th Camp Gadgets 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Challenges for Large Troops 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Challenges for Small Troops 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Cooking with Cubs 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA dult Bo y ScoutsCu b Scouts V enturing Council Administrative Processes 102:00 PM-02:50 PMA dult Cu b Scouts Crafts for Cubs 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Crazy for Science 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt Cu b Scouts Cub Scout Games 108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    The Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing labels represent which program the course content will be relevant to. The Youth and Adult labels indicate who the subject

    matter is geared towards. In some cases, courses are open to both Adults and Youth. All Youth attending must be 14 years of age or older.

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  • Target Audience Course Title Session Time Time Block Indicator

    A du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts Cub Scout Knots 110:30 AM-11:20 AMBo y Sco utsY ou th Den Chief Training 1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PM

    A dult Bo y Scouts V enturingYou th Dutch Oven and Foil Cooking 1 101:00 PM-02:50 PMA dult Bo y Scouts Eagle Courts of Honor 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco utsY ou th Eagle Projects, Application, and Mentoring 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts Earning the Whittling Chip 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ing Fires, Axes, Saws, and Knives 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA dult Bo y ScoutsCu b Scouts V enturing Fires, Axes, Saws, and Knives 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA dult Bo y Scouts First Class-First Year 102:00 PM-02:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ingY ou th Flag Etiquette 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Cu b Scouts Fun & Effective Pack Meetings 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco utsY ou th Games with a Purpose 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA dult Bo y Scouts V enturingYou th GPS Devices 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt Cu b Scouts Grow your Pack 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts V entur ingY ou th High Adventure 102:00 PM-02:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts Hiking Sticks 1 101:00 PM-02:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ingY ou th History and Lore of the Lincoln Heritage Council 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA dult Bo y Scouts Intro to Boy Scouts 109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Bo y Sco utsY ou th Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST) 1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Job Specific Training: Cubmaster/Assistant Cubmaster 1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Cu b Scouts Job Specific Training: Den Leader 1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AMA dult Cu b Scouts Job Specific Training: Pack Committee 1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AMA dult Bo y Scouts Job Specific Training: Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster 1 1 11 108:30 AM-02:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco uts V entur ingY ou th Large Group Cooking & Menu Planning on a Tight Budget 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Cu b Scouts Leatherworking 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ing Lincoln Heritage Council's Vision and Strategic Plan 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA dult Bo y ScoutsCu b Scouts V enturing Marketing Scouting 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Merit Badge Counselor Orientation 1 108:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Merit Badge Counselor Orientation 1 102:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts Nature Basics 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ingY ou th Nondenominational Services and Religious Emblem Programs 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA dult Cu b Scouts Pack and Den Ceremonies 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Pack Outdoor Program 108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    The Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing labels represent which program the course content will be relevant to. The Youth and Adult labels indicate who the subject

    matter is geared towards. In some cases, courses are open to both Adults and Youth. All Youth attending must be 14 years of age or older.

  • Target Audience Course Title Session Time Time Block Indicator

    A du lt Cu b Scouts Pinewood Derby Workshop 1 101:00 PM-02:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Raingutter Regatta & Space Derby 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA dult Bo y Scouts V enturing Range Safety Officer (RSO) [Certification] 1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PMA dult Bo y ScoutsYou th Recruiting New Boy Scouts 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Retention of Older Scouts 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Scout-Led Troop 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Scoutmaster Conferences & Boards of Reviews 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA dult Cu b Scouts Secrets to a Successful Pack 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA dult Bo y Scouts V enturingYou th Social Media for Scouting 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco uts V entur ingY ou th Sustainability & Conservation 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ingY ou th Teaching Basic Knots 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco uts Teaching Cooking Merit Badge 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA dult Bo y ScoutsCu b Scouts The Art of Story Telling 102:00 PM-02:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ing The Role of the District Executive 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ing Trainer's Edge 1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ing Unit Leadership Succession Management 101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    V entur ingY ou th Venturing: Goal Setting and Time Management 1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AMA dult V enturingYou th Venturing: Home Base 103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    V entur ingY ou th Venturing: Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (ILSC) 1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PMA du lt V entur ingY ou th Venturing: Mile Post 1 109:30 AM-10:20 AMA du lt V entur ingY ou th Venturing: Mile Post 2 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA dult V enturingYou th Venturing: Mile Post 3 102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    V enturingYou th Venturing: Personal Safety Awareness 1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt V entur ingY ou th Venturing: Rest Break 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt V entur ingY ou th Venturing: Trailhead 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts Webelos to Scouts Transition 108:30 AM-09:20 AMA dult Bo y ScoutsCu b Scouts V enturing Wood Badge Reunion 1 1 11 108:30 AM-02:50 PMA du lt Cu b Scouts Wood Crafts 110:30 AM-11:20 AMA du lt Bo y Sco utsCu b Scouts V entur ing Working with ADD/ADHD Scouts 103:00 PM-03:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco utsY ou th Your First Year at Boy Scout Summer Camp 101:00 PM-01:50 PMA du lt Bo y Sco uts V entur ingY ou th Youth Leadership Programs: ILST & NYLT 110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    The Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing labels represent which program the course content will be relevant to. The Youth and Adult labels indicate who the subject

    matter is geared towards. In some cases, courses are open to both Adults and Youth. All Youth attending must be 14 years of age or older.

  • Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthAdvanced Knots

    The knots required for advancement are a good start, but

    there are plenty of other knots that can be useful and fun to

    1 101:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsAll Year Camping

    Learn how to expand your camping schedule beyond the

    summer months and how to manage the added details that

    come with second season camping.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingAlternatives for Scouts with Special Needs

    A discussion-based class on finding resources and providing

    quality program for Scouts with special needs.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingYouthAmerican Heart Association CPR [Certification]

    Earn your certification in CPR. This certification is valid for two

    years. This course does not include first aid. *This course

    requires an additional fee of $13.00, charged by the American

    Heart Association that covers course supplies and your

    certification card.

    1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PM

    1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthBackpacking Meals Made Easy: Advanced

    A look at advanced cooking techniques.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthBackpacking Meals Made Easy: Beginner

    This course gets hands on by demonstrating techniques and

    best practices for cooking while backpacking. You will also pick

    up a few recipies along the way.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsBB/Archery Certification

    This course is for anyone who would like to serve as a BB or

    archery range safety officer. With this certification, you will be

    able to serve as the lead shooting sports facilitator for Cub

    Scout district and council events including as day camp, cub-o-

    rees, and resident camp.

    1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult

    BCS 151: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - The Roundtable Commissioner Team

    This course will identify the purpose of Roundtables and what

    should unit leaders expect from a Roundtable. Discuss what a

    successful Roundtable looks, sound, tastes, smells, and feels

    like and learn about the qualities Roundtable Commissioner

    Team members should have. Also learn about the positions of

    a Roundtable Commissioner Team and identify what the duties

    of each team member.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult

    BCS 152: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Using the Roundtable Program Guides

    An introduction Roundtable Planning Guides and Venturing

    Forum Guides. This course discusses yearly themes, parts of

    the Roundtable, Roundtable mechanics, Roundtable

    Commissioner Notebook, resource highlights, program

    agendas, big rock topic plans, and more.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult

    BCS 153: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Promoting Roundtables

    A review and discussion of Roundtable attendance and how to

    improve it. Get ideas about ways to promote, attract, and

    retain participants. Tracking attendance in Commissioner Tools

    102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult

    BCS 155: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Boy Scout Roundtables

    An introduction to the Boy Scout Roundtable Guide, parts of

    the Boy Scout Roundtable, and components of the Boy Scout

    Session portion of Roundtables.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult

    BCS 154: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Cub Scout Roundtables

    An introduction to the Cub Scout Roundtable Guide, parts of

    the Cub Scout Roundtable, and components of the Cub Scout

    Session portion of Roundtables.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult

    BCS 156: Bachelors of Commissioner Science - Recruiting, Training, and Recognizing the Roundtable Team

    Discussion with commissioners about the Boy Scouts of

    America's volunteer recruiting model, trainings Roundtable

    commissioners should attend, and how to recognize

    commissioners for their effort and time.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsBeyond the Basics: Cubmaster

    Serving as a Cubmaster or assistant Cubmaster your

    responsibilities go beyond running a pack meeting. This course

    will help with those other tasks. Topics include: creating and

    managing a pack calendar, advancement, ceremonies,

    overnighters, service projects, pack and troop relations, den

    meetings, working with the pack committee, and more. Bring

    your Cub Scout Leader Book and your Leader How-to Book.

    1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PM

  • Adult Cub ScoutsBeyond the Basics: Pack Committee

    This course is designed for Pack Committee Chairs and

    Committee Members. Topics include annual Pack planning,

    advancement reports, the Journey to Excellence award, Blue

    and Gold banquets, Pinewood Derby, fundraising, budgeting,

    service projects, recruiting, Pack and Troop relations, ,

    newsletters, and more! Bring your Cub Scout Leader Book.

    1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsBeyond the Basics: Rookie Den Leader

    This course is designed for new den leaders asking - What do I

    do and where do I find help? Topics go beyond basic training to

    provide you some extra tools that will help you be a great den

    leader. Topics include: den advancement, games, crafts, go

    see it's, pack overnighters, pinewood derby, blue and gold

    banquet, day camp, resident camp, and more. Bring your Den

    Leader Guide Book and your Leader How-To Book.

    1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsBeyond the Basics: Veteran Den Leader

    This course is designed for experienced den leaders moving to

    a new position or den leaders seeking more information about

    their current role. Let us give you more tools to do your job.

    Topics include: day hikes, advancement, Whittling Chip, tour

    plans, knots, Webelos overnighters, Webelos resident camp,

    Webelos to Scout transition, and more. Bring your Den Leader

    Guide Book and your Leader How-To Book.

    1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingYouthBSA Outdoor Ethics & Awards

    Learn the latest best practices for sustainable camping and

    outdoors stewardship.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsBuilding a Strong Program

    How to use the full breadth of resources to make your Troops

    program more varied and fun, so that it builds Scouts

    enthusiasm, advancement, and engagement.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsYouthCamp Gadgets

    Learn how to make lots of fun camp gadgets and tools that

    can improve your camp experience.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsChallenges for Large Troops

    Share the challenges that are common among large troops

    (50+ Scouts) and the resources that are available.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsChallenges for Small Troops

    Share the challenges that are common among smaller troops

    (10 or fewer Scouts) and the resources that are available.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsCooking with Cubs

    Learn to make cooking on outings fun and how to involve Cub

    Scouts in the process.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingCouncil Administrative Processes

    A process overview of membership registration, online

    advancement, council facility reservations, Tentaroo, summer

    camp registration, and recharter.

    102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsCrafts for Cubs

    Cub Scouts love making things. How about learning to make

    items they can use? Learn new skills that you can take back

    and do with your Scouts. Bring your Leader How-To Book.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsCrazy for Science

    Cub Scouts love science. Learn some cool experiments you

    can do at your next Den or Pack meeting to amaze your Scouts!

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsCub Scout Games

    Let's play games. What types of games do we play? When and

    how to incorporate games into your program. Bring your Leader

    How-Do Book.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub ScoutsCub Scout Knots

    Learn the basic knots all Cub Scouts should know.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Boy ScoutsYouthDen Chief Training

    This course if for Scouts serving as Den Chiefs. This course will

    cover the roles and responsibilities of the den chief in the

    troop, team, or crew as well as the pack.

    1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthDutch Oven and Foil Cooking

    Hands-on demonstration and preparation of a variety of

    recipes that you can take back for your Troop (and eat for

    lunch).

    1 101:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsEagle Courts of Honor

    Tips on conducting a fun celebration of each Eagle Scouts

    Scouting accomplishments, that can be inspiring for other

    Scouts.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsYouthEagle Projects, Application, and Mentoring

    Tips on successfully doing your Eagle Project, submitting your

    Eagle Application, and working with Adult Leaders through

    these processes and your Eagle Board of Review.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

  • Adult Boy ScoutsCub ScoutsEarning the Whittling Chip

    Rules & requirements for this patch for safe knife-handling,

    plus tips on fun ways to help your boys earn it.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingFires, Axes, Saws, and Knives

    Rotate at your own pace through stations for how to teach

    Scouts & Venturers to do each of these dangerous things

    safely.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsFirst Class-First Year

    See how you can help Scouts earn all (or most) of the

    requirements for the first four ranks in their first year, giving

    them a strong sense of accomplishment and a great skillset

    for life.

    102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingYouthFlag Etiquette

    It's more than just folding the flag - learn how to display the

    flag, present the colors, and respectfully retire worn-out flags.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsFun & Effective Pack Meetings

    Make your pack meeting pop! What you can add to make your

    pack meetings standout.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsYouthGames with a Purpose

    Lord Baden-Powell called Scouting "games with a purpose."

    Scouts today still love fun and competition. Learn new games

    to freshen up your Troop meetings and share the games your

    Scouts like best.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthGPS Devices

    Learn how GPS works; how to use it for hiking, backpacking,

    and orienteering; and how to teach it to Scouts.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsGrow your Pack

    Do you have enough Cub Scouts in your pack? Are Scouts

    dropping off throughout the year? Learn how to retain the Cub

    Scouts you have and the secrets to successful recruiting.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthHigh Adventure

    An overview of the opportunities available at the BSA's four

    high adventure bases: Philmont, Seabase, Northern Tier, and

    The Summit followed by a disccussion with leaders who've

    experianced each.

    102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub ScoutsHiking Sticks

    Your Scouts all want hiking sticks. After taking this class you

    would be better able to assistance your Scouts craft their

    special stick.

    1 101:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingYouthHistory and Lore of the Lincoln Heritage Council

    If you agree that part of who we are is where weve come from,

    come learn how our Council (and the Councils that have

    merged into LHC) started and how the Lincoln Heritage Council

    evolved to what it is today.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsIntro to Boy Scouts

    For those with little or no recent experience with Boy Scouts, a

    summary explanation of how and why Boy Scouts works and

    whats different from Cub Scouts, plus tips on how to get off to

    a good start.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Boy ScoutsYouthIntroduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST)

    This course is for Scouts with leadership positions in the Troop.

    The course teaches Scouts about their new roles and how to

    most effectively reach success in that role. It is intended to

    help Boy Scouts in leadership positions within their troop

    understand their responsibilities and to equip them with

    organizational and leadership skills to fulfill those

    responsibilities. Completion of Introduction to Leadership Skills

    for Troops is a prerequisite for Boy Scouts to participate in the

    more advanced leadership courses National Youth Leadership

    Training (NYLT) and the National Advanced Youth Leadership

    Experience (NAYLE).

    1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PM

    Adult Cub Scouts

    Job Specific Training: Cubmaster/Assistant Cubmaster

    This course is intended to provide Cubmasters and assistant

    Cubmasters with the basic information they need to conduct

    successful pack meetings. The course is based on the seven

    parts of a pack meeting. Leaders who complete this training

    and Y01-Youth Protection Training are recognized by the BSA

    as trained Cubmasters and Assistant Cubmasters. Bring your

    Cub Scout Leader Book.

    1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsJob Specific Training: Den Leader

    This course is for Den Leaders and Assistant Den Leaders.

    Leaders who complete this training and Y01-Youth Protection

    Training are recognized by the BSA as trained. Bring your Den

    Leader Guide Book.

    1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AM

  • Adult Cub ScoutsJob Specific Training: Pack Committee

    This course is for Committee Chairs, Committee Members,

    Pack Trainers, and Parent Coordinators. Leaders who complete

    this training and Y01-Youth Protection Training are recognized

    by the BSA as trained (pack trainers must also complete the

    Fundamentals of Training). This course is covers the basics of

    your role and is based on the five parts of a typical pack

    committee meeting. Bring your Cub Scout Leader Book.

    1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy Scouts

    Job Specific Training: Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster

    This course is for Scoutmasters and assistant Scoutmasters.

    Leaders who complete this training, Y01-Youth Protection

    Training, and Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) are

    recognized by the BSA as trained.

    1 1 11 108:30 AM-02:50 PM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouth

    Large Group Cooking & Menu Planning on a Tight Budget

    Learn how to budget and prepare a menu for groups of 30 or

    more.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsLeatherworking

    This is a craft that all Cub Scouts like. Learn how to do a

    leatherworking project at your next den or pack meeting.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts Venturing

    Lincoln Heritage Council's Vision and Strategic Plan

    Hear from council leadership about where our council is

    heading. What the vision is and components of our strategic

    plan.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingMarketing Scouting

    Learn what our Council and Districts are doing to promote all

    Scouting programs, what you can do to help, and tips on how

    to effectively market your Unit to boost recruiting.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsMerit Badge Counselor Orientation

    Everything you need to know to be a trained Merit Badge

    Counselor (MBC) so that you can start helping Scouts develop

    new knowledge and skills and discover lifelong passions. Note:

    This course meets the BSA requirements to be considered a

    trained Merit Badge Counselor.

    1 108:30 AM-10:20 AM

    1 102:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub ScoutsNature Basics

    Explore how to incorporate nature into your Scouting program

    such as going on a hike or taking a trip to a nature preserve.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingYouth

    Nondenominational Services and Religious Emblem Programs

    Learn how to include nondenominational religious ceremonies

    in your unit activities and how to help Scouts earn the religious

    emblem for their faith.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsPack and Den Ceremonies

    How do you recognize your Scouts? Ceremonies are a great

    way to make your event memorable. Bring your Ceremonies for

    Dens and Packs Book.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsPack Outdoor Program

    What does your Packs outdoor program look like? Do you do

    day hikes, picnics, overnighters, and go see it's? Get new ideas

    to enhance your packs outdoor program.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Cub ScoutsPinewood Derby Workshop

    Learn how to do one of Cub Scouting's best known activities!

    How to organize a Pinewood Derby and build your own

    Pinewood Derby car!

    1 101:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsRaingutter Regatta & Space Derby

    Learn how to organize a Raingutter Regatta and Space Derby!

    Also learn tips and tricks for building Raingutter Regatta boats

    and Space Derby rockets.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingRange Safety Officer (RSO) [Certification]

    If you want to help your Troop or Crew conduct Shooting Sports

    events, start by getting this NRA/BSA training to be certified as

    a Range Saftey Officer. [Note: minimum age 21]

    1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsYouthRecruiting New Boy Scouts

    Since every Troop needs to recruit new Scouts and Adult

    Leaders to continue, come learn some tips.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsRetention of Older Scouts

    Share how to keep Scouts active and involved after theyve

    earned the First Class rank or their Eagle award.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsScout-Led Troop

    How a youth-led Troop is supposed to work, including the

    Patrol Leaders Council and annual and monthly Program

    Planning, and how adults should support this.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsScoutmaster Conferences & Boards of Reviews

    Tips for both Scouts and Adults on how these work best.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

  • Adult Cub ScoutsSecrets to a Successful Pack

    What is the difference between a good program and a great

    program? Presentation, follow through, and FUN!

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthSocial Media for Scouting

    Learn how Scouts use social media today and how your troop

    or crew can use social media to improve communications and

    for recruiting new Scouts.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthSustainability & Conservation

    Learn about Scoutings sustainability initiatives and how Boy

    Scouts and Venturers can earn the various William T. Hornady

    conservation awards.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingYouthTeaching Basic Knots

    Expert tips & hands-on practice for teaching the knots and

    lashings every Scout (and Adult Leader) should know.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsTeaching Cooking Merit Badge

    Review of the revised requirements for this Eagle-required

    merit badge and how to help Scouts earn it.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub ScoutsThe Art of Story Telling

    Story telling is an art. How do you tell a story and who should

    tell the story?

    102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingThe Role of the District Executive

    Learn what your District Executive (DE) does and how they

    support the work you do as a leader in your unit or at the

    district level.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingTrainer's Edge

    Anybody who's providing training should take this "train-the-

    trainer" course, with hands-on experience in methods and

    media, including practice presenting to a group.

    1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingUnit Leadership Succession Management

    How to plan and manage to ensure continuous strong

    leadership of your Unit.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    VenturingYouthVenturing: Goal Setting and Time Management

    This course is a requirement of the Discovery Award. Topics

    include strategies, time-wasters, setting priorities, using a

    planning tool, and more.

    1 1 108:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult VenturingYouthVenturing: Home Base

    Learn the keys to providing leadership to your peers. Topics

    include mentoring, communicating with adults, and

    teambuilding games.

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    VenturingYouth

    Venturing: Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (ILSC)

    This course teaches crew members with leadership positions

    about their new roles and how to most effectively reach

    success in that role. It is intended to help Venturers in

    leadership positions within their crew understand their

    responsibilities and to equip them with organizational and

    leadership skills to fulfill those responsibilities. Completion of

    Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews is a prerequisite for

    Venturers to participate in the more advanced leadership

    courses NYLT, NAYLE, and Kodiak.

    1 1 11 1 108:30 AM-03:50 PM

    Adult VenturingYouthVenturing: Mile Post 1

    Learn about Venturing opportunities including Powder Horn,

    Kodiak, National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT), National

    Advanced Youth Leadership Experience (NAYLE), and Wood

    Badge.

    109:30 AM-10:20 AM

    Adult VenturingYouthVenturing: Mile Post 2

    An explination of the Venturing advancement program and

    Specialty Awards.

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult VenturingYouthVenturing: Mile Post 3

    A discussion of Venturing programming: the what, where, and

    how for backpacking, co-ed outings, scuba, High Adventure

    Bases, and more.

    102:00 PM-02:50 PM

    VenturingYouthVenturing: Personal Safety Awareness

    This course is a requirement of the Venturing Award. It covers

    topics including suicide prevention, internet safety, and sexual

    harassment. [Recommended age is 14+ due to content]

    1 1 101:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult VenturingYouthVenturing: Rest Break

    Discuss the issues as they relate to Venturing centered around

    co-ed programming, social media, communicating with adults,

    goal setting, time management, and Crew/Troop relations.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult VenturingYouthVenturing: Trailhead

    An overview of Venturing history and awards, how is Venturing

    different from Boy Scouts, and how its organized. The

    Venturing officers association (VOA): what it is, how to get your

    crew involved, and why is it good for us.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

  • Adult Boy ScoutsCub ScoutsWebelos to Scouts Transition

    How to successfully transition from Webelos and Cub Scouts

    to Boy Scouts and keep having a great Scouting experience!

    Primarily for Adults whose sons will be transitioning to Boy

    Scouts within the next two years.

    108:30 AM-09:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingWood Badge Reunion

    Have you been missing that Wood Badge magic? Maybe youve

    just been looking for an excuse to sing the Wood Badge song?

    Wear your Wood Badge uniform, bring your cup, show off your

    critter stuff and your Wood Badge memorabilia. We will sing,

    do some skits and have lots of fun. You will have an

    opportunity to enjoy some of the fun of the Wood Badge

    experience, revisit the mission of Wood Badge, see what is

    new in Wood Badge, learn how Wood Badge happens behind

    the scenes, get updates on future plans, and enjoy a fun day

    with your fellow critters from many courses. *Note: this is for

    previous Wood Badge course participants only.

    1 1 11 108:30 AM-02:50 PM

    Adult Cub ScoutsWood Crafts

    Lets make something in our Den meetings! Create a Wood

    Craft project in this course and get tips on doing them with

    your Cub Scouts.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

    Adult Boy ScoutsCub Scouts VenturingWorking with ADD/ADHD Scouts

    Have you ever been frustrated by a Scout who was over-active,

    just couldnt seem to follow directions, or one who couldnt

    stay focused? Explore how you can recognize and more

    effectively work with Scouts who have attention-deficit disorder

    (ADD) or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

    103:00 PM-03:50 PM

    Adult Boy ScoutsYouthYour First Year at Boy Scout Summer Camp

    For those whose sons havent been to Boy Scout summer

    camp before, a quick introduction to how Camp Crooked Creek

    works and how to help your son have a great experience!

    101:00 PM-01:50 PM

    Adult Boy Scouts VenturingYouthYouth Leadership Programs: ILST & NYLT

    How BSAs youth leadership programs for Boy Scouts (ILST -

    Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops / NYLT - National

    Youth Leadership Training ) can help your Scout leaders and

    Troop be more successful.

    110:30 AM-11:20 AM

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