Youth Protection Training
The Youth Protection Training is a course on the policies and procedures of the Boy Scouts of America that are in place to help protect its members from child abuse in all of its forms. The Blackland Prairie District along with BSA Central Council require that all adults and leaders take this course before they are allowed participate in the scouting program. This course must be retaken every to years. Adults and Leaders include any parent, or guardian who will be involved with the scouts, coming to Den or Pack meetings, campouts, and go-see-its.
New Leader Specific training
This required course goes into greater detail about a specific leadership position. It will cover topics and information that is specific to the job. This course is also administered at the district level, and leaders can attend any district’s course.