Utah Parks - TrainingWelcome to Boy Scouting

As a new leader, Youth Protection Training is your #1 priority in getting started. Then, completing your Position-Specific Training.

Step 1: Create My.Scouting Account
Step 2: Log in and complete Youth Protection Training
Step 3: Log in and complete your Position-Specific Training

Below are some key Boy Scout program resources that will help you be a successful leader:

You can always continue your education in Scouting. Below are additional trainings for you:

Boy Scout Events

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Where do I find Merit Badge Counselors?

A. Merit Badge Counselor lists are maintained at Scoutbook. No other lists are authorized or current. Always work with the Scoutmaster to get a Merit Badge Counselor assigned.

Q. Why and when do I need a health forms?

A. We take Scouting safely seriously. Part of that is properly submitting health forms when needed. To learn more about health forms click here.

Q. Do I need a Tour Plan or Permit?

A. Tour plans are no longer required within the BSA. To learn more about this click here.

Q. What is Scoutbook? Why do we need to use it?

A. To learn more about Scoutbook click here.

Q: When can girls sign up for Scouting?

A: As of June 2018, girls in grades k-5 (5-10 years old) can register in the Cub Scout Program. Girls of Boy Scout age can register in February 2019 in the new Scouts BSA program. To learn more about girls in Scouting click here.