Adult Leader Training All adult leaders are first required to take Youth Protection Training. When that is completed, training for each position in Cub Scouting is available on-line. There are additional training courses available in your local area. Adult Leader Selection Process The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has a multilayered adult leader selection process that includes criminal background checks administered by a nationally recognized third party and other screening efforts. STEP 1: Application.
Just as you recognize Cub Scouts with service stars, adult leaders are also eligible to receive these pins. After one year of service an adult may be presented with a one-year service star. An adult who has been involved in Scouting as a youth or has been involved for . Leaders wearing the official uniform shirt may wear one temporary insignia centered above the Boy Scouts of America strip. Noset Left Pocket World Crest emblem is centered between the left shoulder seam and the top of the left pocket. Embroidered adult leader knots are centered above the pocket in rows of three. A maximum of nine adult leader.
Position description:An Assistant Scoutmaster is an adult leader age 18 or over who assists the Scoutmaster in delivering the troop program. REGISTRATION GUIDEBOOK, July OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, © Boy Scouts of America. Functional duties or roles, p. In addition to registered unit positions, the following functional duties or roles can also be assigned to registered adult leaders.