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Webelos Leader and Assistant Webelos Leader Specific Training (g)

Webelos Leader and Assistant Webelos Leader Specific Training (g)
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LDS Church, 6490 Quail St, Arvada, CO
Arvada, CO 80004-26, US
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LIVE!! Webelos Leader/Assistant Webelos Leader Specific Training

Don't sit in front of the computer screen to take your leader-specific training. Join fellow Cub Scout Leaders for LIVE training, where you will:

  • Be educated by experienced and qualified trainers 
  • Experience a real Pack meeting
  • Make new friends and contacts
  • Fulfill your position-specific basic training requirements all in the same place
  • Receive immediate answers to your questions
  • Learn from others' experience


Basic Leader Training is designed to give position-related information to all adult leaders in Cub Scouting. Building on the foundation established in Fast Start Training, Basic Leader Training goes into greater detail.

Basic Leader Training has two parts:

This Is Scouting is for all new leaders in Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting, and Venturing. It is an online interactive learning experience that is divided into six modules. It picks up where Fast Start left off and introduces participants to the following areas of the Scouting program: Mission, Vision, and Values; Programs for All Ages and Abilities; Scouting Is Fun!; Scouting in the Community; Protecting Our Youth; and Scouting’s Legacy.

Leader Specific Training gives a leader the knowledge and skills needed for a specific position.   Basic Leader Training goes into greater detail on youth development and boy behavior, program planning, activities, and the purposes of the program. It is usually presented in one or two group sessions, but can be delivered to small groups or even individuals through personal coaching.

Every Cub Scout leader should complete Basic Leader Training; it prepares leaders to deliver a quality, fun-filled program. Leaders who understand the why’s and how’s of the program are more effective in their roles. They know how to use available resources to provide an exciting and worthwhile program for boys. Trained leaders have confidence in carrying out their responsibilities and, along with the boys, have more fun.

What to Bring

  • Enthusiasm
  • Leader-Specific Handbook
  • Note-taking material


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