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  • Den Leader Training

    Den Leader Training

    9:00 am-12:00 pm
    April 3, 2021
    1901 Industrial Blvd Ste 200, Colleyville, TX 76034, USA

    Den Leader Position-Specific Training

    An overview of the Cub Scout program and training on how to perform your job.  Cub Scout Den leaders and assistants get the information and tools needed to conduct successful den meetings.

    If your pack has more leaders who can use this training, your district training chair can help set up a course for you on demand.

    This training is also available online at my.scouting.org under “E-Learning.” (If you do not have a my.Scouting account, you can create one.) Classroom training allows a more personal interaction and opportunities to ask questions.

    Cub Scout Den leaders and assistant leaders who complete this training, along with  Youth Protection training, are considered “trained.”

  • Den Chief Training

    Den Chief Training

    9:00 am-12:00 pm
    April 3, 2021
    1901 Industrial Blvd Ste 200, Colleyville, TX 76034, USA

    Den Chief Training

    Scouts wishing to become den chiefs take this course as part of their training to become a den chief. The course identifies den chief responsibilities and tasks, and describes the den chief’s relationship to the adult den leaders and how that relates to the den chief’s activities with the den.

    This is an “in-person” instructor-led course.  The training is now also available online.  Download the facilitator guide to do the Den Chief ONLINE Training here.

    Classroom training allows a more personal interaction and opportunities to ask questions.

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  • BALOO (Circle Ten)

    BALOO (Circle Ten)

    4:00 pm-9:00 am
    April 9, 2021-April 11, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    Baloo Training (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) is the Cub Scout leader training required for any Cub Scout den or pack outdoor event, including pack camping overnighters and Webelos den overnighters. This training provides you with the knowledge that you need to know in order to successfully hold these outdoor events.

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  • Wood Badge WR Part 2

    Wood Badge WR Part 2

    All day
    April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
    1518 Worth Ranch Rd, Palo Pinto, TX 76484, USA

    Register for a Wood Badge course

    Wood Badge teaches contemporary leadership and team-building skills in a comfortable outdoor setting, where learners become members of their own Troop. Wood Badge’s effectiveness as an effective leadership development experience has been applauded by industry training professionals. Its positive influence on graduates’ individual unit-level program is unparalleled. Click here for the Wood badge Information page.

     wood_badge_170215_IMG_8401-360

    Wood Badge is, first and foremost, learning by doing.  Participants in the course are formed first into a Pack, bridge over into a Troop, and finally are inducted into a Venturing Crew, just as Scouts move up through the Scouting program.

    wood_badge_111014_IMG_3953-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_1717-360

    wood_badge_170215_IMG_8257-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_1781-360

    The courses are open to all adult Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity, and Venturing leaders and district and council volunteers that have completed Basic Training for their position and are capable of handling the hectic, physically demanding course schedule.

    wood_badge_121014_IMG_4430-360 

    Nationally famous training professionals and volunteers updated the Wood Badge syllabus to provide the best methods to adult Scouters for teaching leadership and delivering program to their youth.

    wood_badge_241014_IMG_4621-360 

    The ultimate purpose of Wood Badge is to help adult leaders deliver the highest quality Scouting program to young people to help them achieve their highest potential. It models the best techniques for developing leadership and teamwork among both young people and adults.

    wood_badge_101014_IMG_1745-360 wood_badge_241014_IMG_2162-360

    wood_badge_121014_IMG_4377-360 

    wood_badge_101014_IMG_1712-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_3620-360

    Click here for the Wood Badge Information page.

    2021 COURSES

    Dan Turner – Spring Course Director S2-662-21-1 POSTPONED.
    Worth Ranch (WR) (1) 3-Day + (1) 2-Day Weekend
    March 19-21, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
    April 10-11, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
    Mbl: (817) 239-0166  POSTPONED, details TBD.

    Robin Roller – Summer Course Director S2-662-21-2
    Lakeview Lodge, Sid Richardson Scout Ranch
    5-Day Course July 7 – July 11, 2021 7:30am Wednesday – 5pm Saturday
    Mbl: (817) 680-1800

    Mikel Shelton – Philmont Course Director S2-662-21-3 
    Backcountry, Philmont Scout Ranch (PS)
    5-Day Course (must check-in 1 day early) Sept. 19 – 24, 2021 6pm Sunday – 5pm Friday
    Mbl: (817) 475-5796

    Toni Atwell – Fall Course Director S2-662-21-4
    Sid Richardson Scout Ranch (SR2)
    (1) 3-day + (1) 2-day weekend
    Oct. 8-10, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
    Oct. 30-31, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
    Mbl: 214-952-8014

    Wood Badge Fillable Application 

  • USAA Archery Level 1

    USAA Archery Level 1

    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    April 10, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    USAA Archery Level I.

    Circle Ten USAA Archery Level I Course. Attending and passing this course will qualify you to teach the BSA Archery Range Master class as well how to teach basic archery skills to the youth in your unit. It will also qualify you to open and run a Archery Range at a Scouting event, such as Cub Day Camp.

    This class is a 1 day class, starting at 8am, run in two sections. The first section which is the USAA Archery Level I course should be over by mid-afternoon, the second section adds additional information needed for Boy Scout Archery Merit Badge counselors (Bow String, and arrow making). This part is optional, but is good information, and part of the BSA Archery merit badge. All attendees are welcome to stay and learn this materials even if they are just attending the class for Cub Scouts.

    Register for only One Session. If a session shows as “SOLD OUT”, that class is full. You should then register another session that will fit your schedule to attend. In the event we get a cancellation for a class, we will email all participants in the future classes and the first to respond will be moved to that class. The chances of this happening to any particular person is small. Our classes fill up quick, and we have few cancellations. But they do happen, if so we would like to fill those spots due to the demand for the classes. If you are already registered and paid, this will be easier than managing a waitlist for a class that likely will not be used. Do not just show up at a class hoping you will get in, you will be turned away. Walk-ins are not accepted.

    Registration for the class closes Wednesday, the week of the class.

    To register for a class, fill out the registrant section of the registration form. Once all the required questions (boxes with the red text above) are filled in, you can then click on the Checkout Tab, and complete payment for the class. Only after you’ve done all this and paid, is your registration for the class complete.

    If you have any problems or questions contact [email protected]

  • Shooting Sports NRA BIT

    Shooting Sports NRA BIT

    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    April 10, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    NRA Basic Instructor
    Training (BIT) course.

    NRA Basic Instructor Training is designed to develop NRA Certified Instructors who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to conduct the NRA Basic Firearm Training Courses. It is the NRA class that helps people who already have subject matter expertise learn how to hold a class the NRA way so that their students earn recognized NRA certification.

    This course teaches you the policies and procedures for becoming an NRA instructor as well as effective teaching methods for training students. Basic Instructor Training is a pre-requisite for all instructor level courses.

    All students who do not already have a NRA Instructor rating are required to take this course before they take our NRA Rifle, Shotgun, Pistol Instructor, or Muzzleloading courseIt is not required for the RSO course. You must also have had taken this within the two years prior to the Instructor course you wish to take.

    Read the WHOLE Text, there is very important information listed in it that will be critical for you to signup and attend this course!

    To be certified as an NRA Instructor, students must complete this 6-hour course that teaches material common to all NRA courses. This course does not certify the instructor candidate to teach any NRA courses. Additional discipline-specific instructor training is required to certify instructor candidates to teach specific courses.

    Registration for the class closes Wednesday, the week of the class. 

    To register for a class, fill out the registrant section of the registration form. Once all the required questions (boxes with the red text above) are filled in, you can then click on the Checkout Tab, and complete payment for the class. Only after you’ve done all this and paid, is your registration for the class complete.

    Register for only one session. If a session shows as “SOLD OUT”, that class is full. You should then register another session that will fit your schedule to attend. In the event we get a cancellation for a class, we will email all participants in the future classes and the first to respond will be moved to that class. The chances of this happening to any particular person is small. Our classes fill up quick, and we have few cancellations. But they do happen, if so we would like to fill those spots due to the demand for the classes. If you are already registered and paid, this will be easier than managing a waitlist for a class that likely will not be used. Do not just show up at a class hoping you will get in, you will be turned away. Walk-ins are not accepted.

    If you have any problems or questions contact [email protected]

    Class starts at 8am and runs until finished (usually early afternoon).

  • IOLS (Circle Ten)

    IOLS (Circle Ten)

    8:00 am-12:00 pm
    April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    What: This is a two-part course, the first part is in a classroom setting which meets on a Saturday.  The second part is in the field at a hands-on campout.  Both parts are required to be considered a fully trained adult leader.

    Part 1:  Adult Leader Training course is for any interested Adult to explain and clarify aims and methods of Scouting BSA.   The course addresses how and, most importantly, why Scouting works and will help you to ensure the success of the scouts & your unit. This course is for all Unit Leaders, including Parents and Committee members.   This will be held at the Harry Hines office on March 20th from 9am- 4pm.

    Part 2: You will participate as your scout would in the actual planning and execution of a scout campout while advancing towards the rank of First Class. You will learn by doing at the direction of our experienced leadership team. Expect to learn a lot while having a fun outdoor experience. The Participants function as an actual troop would. Advanced preparation and camping are required. This course will take place on April 10th at Camp Wisdom.

  • ILST (Circle Ten)

    ILST (Circle Ten)

    8:00 am-12:00 pm
    April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    What: Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops is a new program which replaces Oak Leaf. District ILST is a junior leader experience designed prepare Scouts for NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training).

    Who: Scouts BSA, boys and girls. Minimum age 12 at time of course. Participants must be first class and above. Enrolment is limited to 25 participants to observe COVID-19 protocol.
    When: April 10-11, 2021 Arrive at 8:00 April 10,2021. Dismiss at 12:00 pm April 10, 2021.
    Where: Camp Wisdom Map
    How: Find more information and sign-up up today.
    Staff Needed: Both adult and scout staff needed, sign-up using the link above.
    Questions: Contact Training Chairman if you have questions: Dory Petsrillo [email protected]

  • Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    8:00 am-6:30 pm
    April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
    850 Cannon Dr, Hurst, TX 76054, USA

    In partnership with ECSI (Emergency Care and Safety Institute), Longhorn Council is sponsoring First Aid Training at the Longhorn Council, 850 Cannon Dr Hurst, 76054.  ECSI training courses were developed in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians. MASKS REQUIRED, social distancing as well as other COVID guidelines will be followed 

    Each Wilderness First Aid attendee will receive one $50 off coupon for a 2020 LHC summer camp. The coupon must be redeemed within one year and used only at camp by any adult of the attendee’s unit attending all week.

    CPR/AED and Standard First Aid are offered in conjunction with (as part of) the Wilderness First Aid classes.  Times noted are ‘real time,’ not ‘Boy Scout’ time, so please be punctual.

    Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. 8 a.m. – 8 PM, and
    Sun. 12:30-6:30 PM.
    Fee is $125. Non Scout fee $160..
    Standard First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.-12:00 PM.
    Fee is $50. Non Scout fee $90.
    CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.- @ 10:00 A.M.
    Fee is $30.  Non-Scout fee $40.
    CPR for Health Care ProvidersAvailable on request

    WFA Minimum age to attend is 14. WFA participants must attend both days and dress appropriately for the weather as a portion of the WFA class will be held outdoors.  Sandwiches included for lunch and supper on Saturday.

    Additional classes may be scheduled if warranted. Lead instructor is Gary Wilson.  Contact Gary at [email protected] for more information.  Walk-in space may be available on short notice – contact registrar at [email protected] to confirm that space is available no later than the Thursday before the class date.

    Wilderness First Aid classes are also available for adults during summer camp at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch..

  • BALOO (Circle Ten)

    BALOO (Circle Ten)

    4:00 pm-9:00 am
    April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    Baloo Training (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) is the Cub Scout leader training required for any Cub Scout den or pack outdoor event, including pack camping overnighters and Webelos den overnighters. This training provides you with the knowledge that you need to know in order to successfully hold these outdoor events.

  • More events
    • Wood Badge WR Part 2
      Wood Badge WR Part 2
      All day
      April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
      1518 Worth Ranch Rd, Palo Pinto, TX 76484, USA

      Register for a Wood Badge course

      Wood Badge teaches contemporary leadership and team-building skills in a comfortable outdoor setting, where learners become members of their own Troop. Wood Badge’s effectiveness as an effective leadership development experience has been applauded by industry training professionals. Its positive influence on graduates’ individual unit-level program is unparalleled. Click here for the Wood badge Information page.

       wood_badge_170215_IMG_8401-360

      Wood Badge is, first and foremost, learning by doing.  Participants in the course are formed first into a Pack, bridge over into a Troop, and finally are inducted into a Venturing Crew, just as Scouts move up through the Scouting program.

      wood_badge_111014_IMG_3953-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_1717-360

      wood_badge_170215_IMG_8257-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_1781-360

      The courses are open to all adult Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity, and Venturing leaders and district and council volunteers that have completed Basic Training for their position and are capable of handling the hectic, physically demanding course schedule.

      wood_badge_121014_IMG_4430-360 

      Nationally famous training professionals and volunteers updated the Wood Badge syllabus to provide the best methods to adult Scouters for teaching leadership and delivering program to their youth.

      wood_badge_241014_IMG_4621-360 

      The ultimate purpose of Wood Badge is to help adult leaders deliver the highest quality Scouting program to young people to help them achieve their highest potential. It models the best techniques for developing leadership and teamwork among both young people and adults.

      wood_badge_101014_IMG_1745-360 wood_badge_241014_IMG_2162-360

      wood_badge_121014_IMG_4377-360 

      wood_badge_101014_IMG_1712-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_3620-360

      Click here for the Wood Badge Information page.

      2021 COURSES

      Dan Turner – Spring Course Director S2-662-21-1 POSTPONED.
      Worth Ranch (WR) (1) 3-Day + (1) 2-Day Weekend
      March 19-21, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
      April 10-11, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
      Mbl: (817) 239-0166  POSTPONED, details TBD.

      Robin Roller – Summer Course Director S2-662-21-2
      Lakeview Lodge, Sid Richardson Scout Ranch
      5-Day Course July 7 – July 11, 2021 7:30am Wednesday – 5pm Saturday
      Mbl: (817) 680-1800

      Mikel Shelton – Philmont Course Director S2-662-21-3 
      Backcountry, Philmont Scout Ranch (PS)
      5-Day Course (must check-in 1 day early) Sept. 19 – 24, 2021 6pm Sunday – 5pm Friday
      Mbl: (817) 475-5796

      Toni Atwell – Fall Course Director S2-662-21-4
      Sid Richardson Scout Ranch (SR2)
      (1) 3-day + (1) 2-day weekend
      Oct. 8-10, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
      Oct. 30-31, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
      Mbl: 214-952-8014

      Wood Badge Fillable Application 

    • USAA Archery Level 1
      USAA Archery Level 1
      8:00 am-5:00 pm
      April 10, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      USAA Archery Level I.

      Circle Ten USAA Archery Level I Course. Attending and passing this course will qualify you to teach the BSA Archery Range Master class as well how to teach basic archery skills to the youth in your unit. It will also qualify you to open and run a Archery Range at a Scouting event, such as Cub Day Camp.

      This class is a 1 day class, starting at 8am, run in two sections. The first section which is the USAA Archery Level I course should be over by mid-afternoon, the second section adds additional information needed for Boy Scout Archery Merit Badge counselors (Bow String, and arrow making). This part is optional, but is good information, and part of the BSA Archery merit badge. All attendees are welcome to stay and learn this materials even if they are just attending the class for Cub Scouts.

      Register for only One Session. If a session shows as “SOLD OUT”, that class is full. You should then register another session that will fit your schedule to attend. In the event we get a cancellation for a class, we will email all participants in the future classes and the first to respond will be moved to that class. The chances of this happening to any particular person is small. Our classes fill up quick, and we have few cancellations. But they do happen, if so we would like to fill those spots due to the demand for the classes. If you are already registered and paid, this will be easier than managing a waitlist for a class that likely will not be used. Do not just show up at a class hoping you will get in, you will be turned away. Walk-ins are not accepted.

      Registration for the class closes Wednesday, the week of the class.

      To register for a class, fill out the registrant section of the registration form. Once all the required questions (boxes with the red text above) are filled in, you can then click on the Checkout Tab, and complete payment for the class. Only after you’ve done all this and paid, is your registration for the class complete.

      If you have any problems or questions contact [email protected]

    • Shooting Sports NRA BIT
      Shooting Sports NRA BIT
      8:00 am-5:00 pm
      April 10, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      NRA Basic Instructor
      Training (BIT) course.

      NRA Basic Instructor Training is designed to develop NRA Certified Instructors who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to conduct the NRA Basic Firearm Training Courses. It is the NRA class that helps people who already have subject matter expertise learn how to hold a class the NRA way so that their students earn recognized NRA certification.

      This course teaches you the policies and procedures for becoming an NRA instructor as well as effective teaching methods for training students. Basic Instructor Training is a pre-requisite for all instructor level courses.

      All students who do not already have a NRA Instructor rating are required to take this course before they take our NRA Rifle, Shotgun, Pistol Instructor, or Muzzleloading courseIt is not required for the RSO course. You must also have had taken this within the two years prior to the Instructor course you wish to take.

      Read the WHOLE Text, there is very important information listed in it that will be critical for you to signup and attend this course!

      To be certified as an NRA Instructor, students must complete this 6-hour course that teaches material common to all NRA courses. This course does not certify the instructor candidate to teach any NRA courses. Additional discipline-specific instructor training is required to certify instructor candidates to teach specific courses.

      Registration for the class closes Wednesday, the week of the class. 

      To register for a class, fill out the registrant section of the registration form. Once all the required questions (boxes with the red text above) are filled in, you can then click on the Checkout Tab, and complete payment for the class. Only after you’ve done all this and paid, is your registration for the class complete.

      Register for only one session. If a session shows as “SOLD OUT”, that class is full. You should then register another session that will fit your schedule to attend. In the event we get a cancellation for a class, we will email all participants in the future classes and the first to respond will be moved to that class. The chances of this happening to any particular person is small. Our classes fill up quick, and we have few cancellations. But they do happen, if so we would like to fill those spots due to the demand for the classes. If you are already registered and paid, this will be easier than managing a waitlist for a class that likely will not be used. Do not just show up at a class hoping you will get in, you will be turned away. Walk-ins are not accepted.

      If you have any problems or questions contact [email protected]

      Class starts at 8am and runs until finished (usually early afternoon).

    • IOLS (Circle Ten)
      IOLS (Circle Ten)
      8:00 am-12:00 pm
      April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      What: This is a two-part course, the first part is in a classroom setting which meets on a Saturday.  The second part is in the field at a hands-on campout.  Both parts are required to be considered a fully trained adult leader.

      Part 1:  Adult Leader Training course is for any interested Adult to explain and clarify aims and methods of Scouting BSA.   The course addresses how and, most importantly, why Scouting works and will help you to ensure the success of the scouts & your unit. This course is for all Unit Leaders, including Parents and Committee members.   This will be held at the Harry Hines office on March 20th from 9am- 4pm.

      Part 2: You will participate as your scout would in the actual planning and execution of a scout campout while advancing towards the rank of First Class. You will learn by doing at the direction of our experienced leadership team. Expect to learn a lot while having a fun outdoor experience. The Participants function as an actual troop would. Advanced preparation and camping are required. This course will take place on April 10th at Camp Wisdom.

    • ILST (Circle Ten)
      ILST (Circle Ten)
      8:00 am-12:00 pm
      April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      What: Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops is a new program which replaces Oak Leaf. District ILST is a junior leader experience designed prepare Scouts for NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training).

      Who: Scouts BSA, boys and girls. Minimum age 12 at time of course. Participants must be first class and above. Enrolment is limited to 25 participants to observe COVID-19 protocol.
      When: April 10-11, 2021 Arrive at 8:00 April 10,2021. Dismiss at 12:00 pm April 10, 2021.
      Where: Camp Wisdom Map
      How: Find more information and sign-up up today.
      Staff Needed: Both adult and scout staff needed, sign-up using the link above.
      Questions: Contact Training Chairman if you have questions: Dory Petsrillo [email protected]

    • Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021
      Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021
      8:00 am-6:30 pm
      April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
      850 Cannon Dr, Hurst, TX 76054, USA

      In partnership with ECSI (Emergency Care and Safety Institute), Longhorn Council is sponsoring First Aid Training at the Longhorn Council, 850 Cannon Dr Hurst, 76054.  ECSI training courses were developed in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians. MASKS REQUIRED, social distancing as well as other COVID guidelines will be followed 

      Each Wilderness First Aid attendee will receive one $50 off coupon for a 2020 LHC summer camp. The coupon must be redeemed within one year and used only at camp by any adult of the attendee’s unit attending all week.

      CPR/AED and Standard First Aid are offered in conjunction with (as part of) the Wilderness First Aid classes.  Times noted are ‘real time,’ not ‘Boy Scout’ time, so please be punctual.

      Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. 8 a.m. – 8 PM, and
      Sun. 12:30-6:30 PM.
      Fee is $125. Non Scout fee $160..
      Standard First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.-12:00 PM.
      Fee is $50. Non Scout fee $90.
      CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.- @ 10:00 A.M.
      Fee is $30.  Non-Scout fee $40.
      CPR for Health Care ProvidersAvailable on request

      WFA Minimum age to attend is 14. WFA participants must attend both days and dress appropriately for the weather as a portion of the WFA class will be held outdoors.  Sandwiches included for lunch and supper on Saturday.

      Additional classes may be scheduled if warranted. Lead instructor is Gary Wilson.  Contact Gary at [email protected] for more information.  Walk-in space may be available on short notice – contact registrar at [email protected] to confirm that space is available no later than the Thursday before the class date.

      Wilderness First Aid classes are also available for adults during summer camp at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch..

    • BALOO (Circle Ten)
      BALOO (Circle Ten)
      4:00 pm-9:00 am
      April 10, 2021-April 11, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      Baloo Training (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) is the Cub Scout leader training required for any Cub Scout den or pack outdoor event, including pack camping overnighters and Webelos den overnighters. This training provides you with the knowledge that you need to know in order to successfully hold these outdoor events.

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  • Wood Badge WR Part 2

    Wood Badge WR Part 2

    All day
    April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
    1518 Worth Ranch Rd, Palo Pinto, TX 76484, USA

    Register for a Wood Badge course

    Wood Badge teaches contemporary leadership and team-building skills in a comfortable outdoor setting, where learners become members of their own Troop. Wood Badge’s effectiveness as an effective leadership development experience has been applauded by industry training professionals. Its positive influence on graduates’ individual unit-level program is unparalleled. Click here for the Wood badge Information page.

     wood_badge_170215_IMG_8401-360

    Wood Badge is, first and foremost, learning by doing.  Participants in the course are formed first into a Pack, bridge over into a Troop, and finally are inducted into a Venturing Crew, just as Scouts move up through the Scouting program.

    wood_badge_111014_IMG_3953-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_1717-360

    wood_badge_170215_IMG_8257-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_1781-360

    The courses are open to all adult Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity, and Venturing leaders and district and council volunteers that have completed Basic Training for their position and are capable of handling the hectic, physically demanding course schedule.

    wood_badge_121014_IMG_4430-360 

    Nationally famous training professionals and volunteers updated the Wood Badge syllabus to provide the best methods to adult Scouters for teaching leadership and delivering program to their youth.

    wood_badge_241014_IMG_4621-360 

    The ultimate purpose of Wood Badge is to help adult leaders deliver the highest quality Scouting program to young people to help them achieve their highest potential. It models the best techniques for developing leadership and teamwork among both young people and adults.

    wood_badge_101014_IMG_1745-360 wood_badge_241014_IMG_2162-360

    wood_badge_121014_IMG_4377-360 

    wood_badge_101014_IMG_1712-360 wood_badge_101014_IMG_3620-360

    Click here for the Wood Badge Information page.

    2021 COURSES

    Dan Turner – Spring Course Director S2-662-21-1 POSTPONED.
    Worth Ranch (WR) (1) 3-Day + (1) 2-Day Weekend
    March 19-21, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
    April 10-11, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
    Mbl: (817) 239-0166  POSTPONED, details TBD.

    Robin Roller – Summer Course Director S2-662-21-2
    Lakeview Lodge, Sid Richardson Scout Ranch
    5-Day Course July 7 – July 11, 2021 7:30am Wednesday – 5pm Saturday
    Mbl: (817) 680-1800

    Mikel Shelton – Philmont Course Director S2-662-21-3 
    Backcountry, Philmont Scout Ranch (PS)
    5-Day Course (must check-in 1 day early) Sept. 19 – 24, 2021 6pm Sunday – 5pm Friday
    Mbl: (817) 475-5796

    Toni Atwell – Fall Course Director S2-662-21-4
    Sid Richardson Scout Ranch (SR2)
    (1) 3-day + (1) 2-day weekend
    Oct. 8-10, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
    Oct. 30-31, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
    Mbl: 214-952-8014

    Wood Badge Fillable Application 

  • IOLS (Circle Ten)

    IOLS (Circle Ten)

    8:00 am-12:00 pm
    April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    What: This is a two-part course, the first part is in a classroom setting which meets on a Saturday.  The second part is in the field at a hands-on campout.  Both parts are required to be considered a fully trained adult leader.

    Part 1:  Adult Leader Training course is for any interested Adult to explain and clarify aims and methods of Scouting BSA.   The course addresses how and, most importantly, why Scouting works and will help you to ensure the success of the scouts & your unit. This course is for all Unit Leaders, including Parents and Committee members.   This will be held at the Harry Hines office on March 20th from 9am- 4pm.

    Part 2: You will participate as your scout would in the actual planning and execution of a scout campout while advancing towards the rank of First Class. You will learn by doing at the direction of our experienced leadership team. Expect to learn a lot while having a fun outdoor experience. The Participants function as an actual troop would. Advanced preparation and camping are required. This course will take place on April 10th at Camp Wisdom.

  • ILST (Circle Ten)

    ILST (Circle Ten)

    8:00 am-12:00 pm
    April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    What: Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops is a new program which replaces Oak Leaf. District ILST is a junior leader experience designed prepare Scouts for NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training).

    Who: Scouts BSA, boys and girls. Minimum age 12 at time of course. Participants must be first class and above. Enrolment is limited to 25 participants to observe COVID-19 protocol.
    When: April 10-11, 2021 Arrive at 8:00 April 10,2021. Dismiss at 12:00 pm April 10, 2021.
    Where: Camp Wisdom Map
    How: Find more information and sign-up up today.
    Staff Needed: Both adult and scout staff needed, sign-up using the link above.
    Questions: Contact Training Chairman if you have questions: Dory Petsrillo [email protected]

  • Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    8:00 am-6:30 pm
    April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
    850 Cannon Dr, Hurst, TX 76054, USA

    In partnership with ECSI (Emergency Care and Safety Institute), Longhorn Council is sponsoring First Aid Training at the Longhorn Council, 850 Cannon Dr Hurst, 76054.  ECSI training courses were developed in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians. MASKS REQUIRED, social distancing as well as other COVID guidelines will be followed 

    Each Wilderness First Aid attendee will receive one $50 off coupon for a 2020 LHC summer camp. The coupon must be redeemed within one year and used only at camp by any adult of the attendee’s unit attending all week.

    CPR/AED and Standard First Aid are offered in conjunction with (as part of) the Wilderness First Aid classes.  Times noted are ‘real time,’ not ‘Boy Scout’ time, so please be punctual.

    Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. 8 a.m. – 8 PM, and
    Sun. 12:30-6:30 PM.
    Fee is $125. Non Scout fee $160..
    Standard First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.-12:00 PM.
    Fee is $50. Non Scout fee $90.
    CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.- @ 10:00 A.M.
    Fee is $30.  Non-Scout fee $40.
    CPR for Health Care ProvidersAvailable on request

    WFA Minimum age to attend is 14. WFA participants must attend both days and dress appropriately for the weather as a portion of the WFA class will be held outdoors.  Sandwiches included for lunch and supper on Saturday.

    Additional classes may be scheduled if warranted. Lead instructor is Gary Wilson.  Contact Gary at [email protected] for more information.  Walk-in space may be available on short notice – contact registrar at [email protected] to confirm that space is available no later than the Thursday before the class date.

    Wilderness First Aid classes are also available for adults during summer camp at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch..

  • BALOO (Circle Ten)

    BALOO (Circle Ten)

    4:00 pm-9:00 am
    April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
    6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

    Baloo Training (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) is the Cub Scout leader training required for any Cub Scout den or pack outdoor event, including pack camping overnighters and Webelos den overnighters. This training provides you with the knowledge that you need to know in order to successfully hold these outdoor events.

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    • Wood Badge WR Part 2
      Wood Badge WR Part 2
      All day
      April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
      1518 Worth Ranch Rd, Palo Pinto, TX 76484, USA

      Register for a Wood Badge course

      Wood Badge teaches contemporary leadership and team-building skills in a comfortable outdoor setting, where learners become members of their own Troop. Wood Badge’s effectiveness as an effective leadership development experience has been applauded by industry training professionals. Its positive influence on graduates’ individual unit-level program is unparalleled. Click here for the Wood badge Information page.

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      Wood Badge is, first and foremost, learning by doing.  Participants in the course are formed first into a Pack, bridge over into a Troop, and finally are inducted into a Venturing Crew, just as Scouts move up through the Scouting program.

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      The courses are open to all adult Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity, and Venturing leaders and district and council volunteers that have completed Basic Training for their position and are capable of handling the hectic, physically demanding course schedule.

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      Nationally famous training professionals and volunteers updated the Wood Badge syllabus to provide the best methods to adult Scouters for teaching leadership and delivering program to their youth.

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      The ultimate purpose of Wood Badge is to help adult leaders deliver the highest quality Scouting program to young people to help them achieve their highest potential. It models the best techniques for developing leadership and teamwork among both young people and adults.

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      Click here for the Wood Badge Information page.

      2021 COURSES

      Dan Turner – Spring Course Director S2-662-21-1 POSTPONED.
      Worth Ranch (WR) (1) 3-Day + (1) 2-Day Weekend
      March 19-21, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
      April 10-11, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
      Mbl: (817) 239-0166  POSTPONED, details TBD.

      Robin Roller – Summer Course Director S2-662-21-2
      Lakeview Lodge, Sid Richardson Scout Ranch
      5-Day Course July 7 – July 11, 2021 7:30am Wednesday – 5pm Saturday
      Mbl: (817) 680-1800

      Mikel Shelton – Philmont Course Director S2-662-21-3 
      Backcountry, Philmont Scout Ranch (PS)
      5-Day Course (must check-in 1 day early) Sept. 19 – 24, 2021 6pm Sunday – 5pm Friday
      Mbl: (817) 475-5796

      Toni Atwell – Fall Course Director S2-662-21-4
      Sid Richardson Scout Ranch (SR2)
      (1) 3-day + (1) 2-day weekend
      Oct. 8-10, 2021 7:30am Friday – 5pm Sunday
      Oct. 30-31, 2021 7:30am Saturday – 5pm Sunday
      Mbl: 214-952-8014

      Wood Badge Fillable Application 

    • IOLS (Circle Ten)
      IOLS (Circle Ten)
      8:00 am-12:00 pm
      April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      What: This is a two-part course, the first part is in a classroom setting which meets on a Saturday.  The second part is in the field at a hands-on campout.  Both parts are required to be considered a fully trained adult leader.

      Part 1:  Adult Leader Training course is for any interested Adult to explain and clarify aims and methods of Scouting BSA.   The course addresses how and, most importantly, why Scouting works and will help you to ensure the success of the scouts & your unit. This course is for all Unit Leaders, including Parents and Committee members.   This will be held at the Harry Hines office on March 20th from 9am- 4pm.

      Part 2: You will participate as your scout would in the actual planning and execution of a scout campout while advancing towards the rank of First Class. You will learn by doing at the direction of our experienced leadership team. Expect to learn a lot while having a fun outdoor experience. The Participants function as an actual troop would. Advanced preparation and camping are required. This course will take place on April 10th at Camp Wisdom.

    • ILST (Circle Ten)
      ILST (Circle Ten)
      8:00 am-12:00 pm
      April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      What: Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops is a new program which replaces Oak Leaf. District ILST is a junior leader experience designed prepare Scouts for NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training).

      Who: Scouts BSA, boys and girls. Minimum age 12 at time of course. Participants must be first class and above. Enrolment is limited to 25 participants to observe COVID-19 protocol.
      When: April 10-11, 2021 Arrive at 8:00 April 10,2021. Dismiss at 12:00 pm April 10, 2021.
      Where: Camp Wisdom Map
      How: Find more information and sign-up up today.
      Staff Needed: Both adult and scout staff needed, sign-up using the link above.
      Questions: Contact Training Chairman if you have questions: Dory Petsrillo [email protected]

    • Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021
      Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021
      8:00 am-6:30 pm
      April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
      850 Cannon Dr, Hurst, TX 76054, USA

      In partnership with ECSI (Emergency Care and Safety Institute), Longhorn Council is sponsoring First Aid Training at the Longhorn Council, 850 Cannon Dr Hurst, 76054.  ECSI training courses were developed in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians. MASKS REQUIRED, social distancing as well as other COVID guidelines will be followed 

      Each Wilderness First Aid attendee will receive one $50 off coupon for a 2020 LHC summer camp. The coupon must be redeemed within one year and used only at camp by any adult of the attendee’s unit attending all week.

      CPR/AED and Standard First Aid are offered in conjunction with (as part of) the Wilderness First Aid classes.  Times noted are ‘real time,’ not ‘Boy Scout’ time, so please be punctual.

      Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. 8 a.m. – 8 PM, and
      Sun. 12:30-6:30 PM.
      Fee is $125. Non Scout fee $160..
      Standard First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.-12:00 PM.
      Fee is $50. Non Scout fee $90.
      CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.- @ 10:00 A.M.
      Fee is $30.  Non-Scout fee $40.
      CPR for Health Care ProvidersAvailable on request

      WFA Minimum age to attend is 14. WFA participants must attend both days and dress appropriately for the weather as a portion of the WFA class will be held outdoors.  Sandwiches included for lunch and supper on Saturday.

      Additional classes may be scheduled if warranted. Lead instructor is Gary Wilson.  Contact Gary at [email protected] for more information.  Walk-in space may be available on short notice – contact registrar at [email protected] to confirm that space is available no later than the Thursday before the class date.

      Wilderness First Aid classes are also available for adults during summer camp at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch..

    • BALOO (Circle Ten)
      BALOO (Circle Ten)
      4:00 pm-9:00 am
      April 11, 2021-April 11, 2021
      6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236, USA

      Baloo Training (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) is the Cub Scout leader training required for any Cub Scout den or pack outdoor event, including pack camping overnighters and Webelos den overnighters. This training provides you with the knowledge that you need to know in order to successfully hold these outdoor events.

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  • Climbing Instructor Training 2021

    Climbing Instructor Training 2021

    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    April 16, 2021-April 18, 2021
    Boy Scout Rd, Bridgeport, TX 76426, USA

    Instructor Trainings including Rock Climbing, Tower, and the Activity Center Tower Certification

    Classes start at SR2 Tower

    Rock Climbing Instructor Course

    Unlimited enrollment, preregistration required.
    These classes are designed to certify adults to lead rock climbing and rappelling activities for single and multi-unit activities. Includes a Tower Certification Class that covers the SR2 Tower and the two towers at the NEW Longhorn Activity Center in Fort Worth.

    The course is held Friday evening through Sunday on the dates listed on the flyer. Check in at the SR2 Tower (not at Hermit’s Cave) camping area at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. The fee includes all meals from breakfast on Saturday to lunch on Sunday. Please bring something for a cracker-barrel Friday night. Plan to arrive early and be prepared to start class no later than 8:00 PM on Friday, as the course will begin promptly. We will try and dismiss by 5:00 PM on Sunday afternoon. You will not need to make a camp reservation. All registrations must be prepaid. After registering, participants will receive the course information and an outline of knots participants are expected to know on arrival for the class. As of 2015 the required course manual for climbing courses is BSA’s new Belay On, the new climbing/rappelling and COPE manual. It is only available for download.

    Tower Instructor Course

    Unlimited enrollment, preregistration required.
    These classes are designed to certify adults to lead climbing and rappelling activities for units at the SR2 Tower and the 2 towers at the NEW Basswood Climbing & Activity Center in Fort Worth.

    Tower training classes will be held at the Climbing Tower near the COPE Course at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. Check in time is 8:00 AM at the tower. The Classes will end at 6:00 PM. Please bring a sack lunch and lots of water/drinks/snacks. You will not need to make a camp reservation. As of 2015 the required course manual for climbing courses is BSA’s new Belay On, the new climbing/rappelling and COPE manual. It is only available for download.

    Longhorn Activity Center Tower Instructor Course   (For currently certified instructors)

    Free 1 hour site-specific training can be scheduled at the new Basswood Activity Center on request. These trainings are ONLY for currently certified Climbing instructors who would like to run climbing programs at the new Basswood facility. (BSA Climbing standards require a site-specific orientation for each new facility that a Climbing Instructor runs) Reserve at least three days prior to the training time (exception made if training for others is already scheduled). Training will be held regardless of weather. Basswood Tower operational training is also included in the ‘regular’ training program. Contact Gary Wilson at [email protected] to schedule.

    Re-certification Courses: Tower Instructor & Rock Instructor.  For currently certified instructors.

    The Climbing Re-Certification Courses are held at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. Both the Rock Instructor and Tower Instructor recert Courses start at the Climbing Tower. Anyone who has completed either the Climbing Instructor or Tower Instructor training may renew their training by demonstrating proficiency on that topic.  The course is from 8 AM till approximately 12 noon. Be sure to bring a lunch, lots of water, and gloves. You will not need to make a camp reservation. Renewal Courses now cover the SR2 Tower and the two towers at NEW Longhorn Activity Center in Fort Worth.

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  • Climbing Instructor Training 2021

    Climbing Instructor Training 2021

    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    April 17, 2021-April 18, 2021
    Boy Scout Rd, Bridgeport, TX 76426, USA

    Instructor Trainings including Rock Climbing, Tower, and the Activity Center Tower Certification

    Classes start at SR2 Tower

    Rock Climbing Instructor Course

    Unlimited enrollment, preregistration required.
    These classes are designed to certify adults to lead rock climbing and rappelling activities for single and multi-unit activities. Includes a Tower Certification Class that covers the SR2 Tower and the two towers at the NEW Longhorn Activity Center in Fort Worth.

    The course is held Friday evening through Sunday on the dates listed on the flyer. Check in at the SR2 Tower (not at Hermit’s Cave) camping area at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. The fee includes all meals from breakfast on Saturday to lunch on Sunday. Please bring something for a cracker-barrel Friday night. Plan to arrive early and be prepared to start class no later than 8:00 PM on Friday, as the course will begin promptly. We will try and dismiss by 5:00 PM on Sunday afternoon. You will not need to make a camp reservation. All registrations must be prepaid. After registering, participants will receive the course information and an outline of knots participants are expected to know on arrival for the class. As of 2015 the required course manual for climbing courses is BSA’s new Belay On, the new climbing/rappelling and COPE manual. It is only available for download.

    Tower Instructor Course

    Unlimited enrollment, preregistration required.
    These classes are designed to certify adults to lead climbing and rappelling activities for units at the SR2 Tower and the 2 towers at the NEW Basswood Climbing & Activity Center in Fort Worth.

    Tower training classes will be held at the Climbing Tower near the COPE Course at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. Check in time is 8:00 AM at the tower. The Classes will end at 6:00 PM. Please bring a sack lunch and lots of water/drinks/snacks. You will not need to make a camp reservation. As of 2015 the required course manual for climbing courses is BSA’s new Belay On, the new climbing/rappelling and COPE manual. It is only available for download.

    Longhorn Activity Center Tower Instructor Course   (For currently certified instructors)

    Free 1 hour site-specific training can be scheduled at the new Basswood Activity Center on request. These trainings are ONLY for currently certified Climbing instructors who would like to run climbing programs at the new Basswood facility. (BSA Climbing standards require a site-specific orientation for each new facility that a Climbing Instructor runs) Reserve at least three days prior to the training time (exception made if training for others is already scheduled). Training will be held regardless of weather. Basswood Tower operational training is also included in the ‘regular’ training program. Contact Gary Wilson at [email protected] to schedule.

    Re-certification Courses: Tower Instructor & Rock Instructor.  For currently certified instructors.

    The Climbing Re-Certification Courses are held at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. Both the Rock Instructor and Tower Instructor recert Courses start at the Climbing Tower. Anyone who has completed either the Climbing Instructor or Tower Instructor training may renew their training by demonstrating proficiency on that topic.  The course is from 8 AM till approximately 12 noon. Be sure to bring a lunch, lots of water, and gloves. You will not need to make a camp reservation. Renewal Courses now cover the SR2 Tower and the two towers at NEW Longhorn Activity Center in Fort Worth.

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  • Climbing Instructor Training 2021

    Climbing Instructor Training 2021

    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    April 18, 2021-April 18, 2021
    Boy Scout Rd, Bridgeport, TX 76426, USA

    Instructor Trainings including Rock Climbing, Tower, and the Activity Center Tower Certification

    Classes start at SR2 Tower

    Rock Climbing Instructor Course

    Unlimited enrollment, preregistration required.
    These classes are designed to certify adults to lead rock climbing and rappelling activities for single and multi-unit activities. Includes a Tower Certification Class that covers the SR2 Tower and the two towers at the NEW Longhorn Activity Center in Fort Worth.

    The course is held Friday evening through Sunday on the dates listed on the flyer. Check in at the SR2 Tower (not at Hermit’s Cave) camping area at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. The fee includes all meals from breakfast on Saturday to lunch on Sunday. Please bring something for a cracker-barrel Friday night. Plan to arrive early and be prepared to start class no later than 8:00 PM on Friday, as the course will begin promptly. We will try and dismiss by 5:00 PM on Sunday afternoon. You will not need to make a camp reservation. All registrations must be prepaid. After registering, participants will receive the course information and an outline of knots participants are expected to know on arrival for the class. As of 2015 the required course manual for climbing courses is BSA’s new Belay On, the new climbing/rappelling and COPE manual. It is only available for download.

    Tower Instructor Course

    Unlimited enrollment, preregistration required.
    These classes are designed to certify adults to lead climbing and rappelling activities for units at the SR2 Tower and the 2 towers at the NEW Basswood Climbing & Activity Center in Fort Worth.

    Tower training classes will be held at the Climbing Tower near the COPE Course at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. Check in time is 8:00 AM at the tower. The Classes will end at 6:00 PM. Please bring a sack lunch and lots of water/drinks/snacks. You will not need to make a camp reservation. As of 2015 the required course manual for climbing courses is BSA’s new Belay On, the new climbing/rappelling and COPE manual. It is only available for download.

    Longhorn Activity Center Tower Instructor Course   (For currently certified instructors)

    Free 1 hour site-specific training can be scheduled at the new Basswood Activity Center on request. These trainings are ONLY for currently certified Climbing instructors who would like to run climbing programs at the new Basswood facility. (BSA Climbing standards require a site-specific orientation for each new facility that a Climbing Instructor runs) Reserve at least three days prior to the training time (exception made if training for others is already scheduled). Training will be held regardless of weather. Basswood Tower operational training is also included in the ‘regular’ training program. Contact Gary Wilson at [email protected] to schedule.

    Re-certification Courses: Tower Instructor & Rock Instructor.  For currently certified instructors.

    The Climbing Re-Certification Courses are held at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch. Both the Rock Instructor and Tower Instructor recert Courses start at the Climbing Tower. Anyone who has completed either the Climbing Instructor or Tower Instructor training may renew their training by demonstrating proficiency on that topic.  The course is from 8 AM till approximately 12 noon. Be sure to bring a lunch, lots of water, and gloves. You will not need to make a camp reservation. Renewal Courses now cover the SR2 Tower and the two towers at NEW Longhorn Activity Center in Fort Worth.

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  • BB & Archery Range Officer

    BB & Archery Range Officer

    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    April 24, 2021
    2603 Tahuaya Dr, Belton, TX 76513, USA

    BB & Archery Range Officer Training

    Cub Scout BB & Archery Training for Day Camp and Council/District Activities Staff

    9:00 a.m. – 12 noon.  Morning Classes:  BB and Archery
    1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.  Afternoon Classes:  BB and Archery

    The purpose of these 3 hour classes is to train Cub Scout BB & Archery instructors for Cub Scout Day Camps and major Cub Scout weekend events. Trainees agree to serve as range officers at least one week at a day camp or 3-4 full days at major district and council events such as a Cub Shootout, Webeloree, Cub Family Adventure, Rocket Academy, or Fall Festival/Haunted Hayride.  For every week an Instructor runs a range at day camp or every 3 days an Instructor runs a range at district or council events they will get one Cub Scout Range Officer Certificate from the camping registrar.

    Take one or both classes at the Longhorn Council office and Camp Tahuaya every year on the last Saturday in April and the last Saturday in May.  Classes are sometimes held at large council weekend events in October.

    Sponsored by the Longhorn Council Day Camp Committee.

  • BB & Archery Range Officer

    BB & Archery Range Officer

    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    April 24, 2021
    850 Cannon Dr, Hurst, TX 76054, USA

    BB & Archery Range Officer Training

    Cub Scout BB & Archery Training for Day Camp and Council/District Activities Staff

    9:00 a.m. – 12 noon.  Morning Classes:  BB and Archery
    1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.  Afternoon Classes:  BB and Archery

    The purpose of these 3 hour classes is to train Cub Scout BB & Archery instructors for Cub Scout Day Camps and major Cub Scout weekend events. Trainees agree to serve as range officers at least one week at a day camp or 3-4 full days at major district and council events such as a Cub Shootout, Webeloree, Cub Family Adventure, Rocket Academy, or Fall Festival/Haunted Hayride.  For every week an Instructor runs a range at day camp or every 3 days an Instructor runs a range at district or council events they will get one Cub Scout Range Officer Certificate from the camping registrar.

    Take one or both classes at the Longhorn Council office and Camp Tahuaya every year on the last Saturday in April and the last Saturday in May.  Classes are sometimes held at large council weekend events in October.

    Sponsored by the Longhorn Council Day Camp Committee.

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