Arapeen DistrictDistrict Training Committee

Training Committee

Position Name Phone Number E-mail Address
Chair Vacant    
Co-Chair Vacant    
Co-Chair Vacant    
Registrar Vacant    
Registrar      
Registrar      
Training Teams
One
(Mt Pleasant/Fairview/
Moroni/Fountain Green/
Wales/Chester/Spring City)
     
Two
(Ephraim/Manti/Sterling)
     
Three
(Gunnison/Centerfield/
Mayfield/Fayette/
Axtell/Redmond/Salina)
     
Four
(Richfield/Monroe/
Glenwood/Venice/Sigurd/
Koosharem/Elsinore/
Annabella/Joseph/Central Valley)
     
Five
(Loa/Fremont/Lyman/
Teasdale/Torrey/Grover/
Caineville/Hanksville)
Rick McCartney 435.633.5503 recondive@gmail.com
Outdoor Leader Skills Roger Waters 435.896.6355 rddjwaters@gmail.com
District Trainers (Train the Trainers)
Cub Scout (Pow Wow) Renae Barney 801.529.3322 rbarney4@aol.com
Cub Scout Coordinator Vacant    
Boy Scout Coordinator      
Boy Scout Coordinator Roger Waters 435.896.6355 rddj@gmail.com
Varsity Scout Coordinator Brian Sorensen 435.262.7605 bdairy2003@gmail.com
Venture Coordinator Vacant    
       

District-Level Functions

  • Train leaders—don’t just run training courses.
  • Target untrained leaders.
  • Develop a process to identify new leaders from applications and get them trained within 90 days.
  • Plan and implement an effective, year-round leadership training program calendar for the district to provide continuing training opportunities for all leaders, regardless of position.
  • Develop procedures for evaluating the quality and effectiveness of the district leadership training program. Report training progress regularly to the council committee.
  • Establish priorities. Develop and carry out a plan to accomplish those priorities.
  • Select, recruit, and train an effective team of instructors.
  • Plan, promote, conduct, and evaluate all district training events.
  • Recognize leaders who complete training requirements.
  • See that high standards are set and met by all instructors.
  • Maintain adequate district training records.
  • Conduct an annual survey of training needs in the district.
  • Keep informed of literature, audiovisuals, and equipment aids for the leadership training program.
  • Have an approved budget for training events.
  • Support and encourage all pack trainers.
  • Annually increase the percentage of trained direct contact leaders.
DISTRICT TRAINING CHAIR

• Report to district program chair.
• Establish district training objectives to train leaders, not just run training courses.
• Participate in council meetings dealing with training policies, program, and procedures.
• Recruit and orient enough of the right kind of people for the training committee and course instructors.
• Prepare an inventory of training for all leaders.
• Plan, schedule, and coordinate an annual district training program based on training inventory.
• Evaluate and report on training progress.
• Maintain district training records.
• Encourage a pack trainer in every Cub Scout pack.
• Offer training opportunities to all unit leaders.
• Promote attendance at all training courses.
• Give special assistance to untrained unit leaders.
• Approve applications for district training recognitions.
• Give special attention to training new-unit leaders and new leaders in existing units.
• Track and attain training objectives.
• Implement council training program.
• Promote all online training through the Online Learning Center.


 

If you are interested in serving, please contact the Chair listed above.

Helpful BSA Links

Scouting Positions(BSA-PDF)

Training Committee - Leadership Training Committee Guide (34169 BSA-PDF manual)

Leader Training Guide (Guide To Leader Training 511-028 BSA-PDF manual)

Adult Leader Training (BSA)

Leader Specific Training (District)

Leader Specific Training for Hosting Organizations(Arapeen District Training Guidelines)

Helpful LDS Links

LDS Scouting resources(lds.org)