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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 SELE