Category: Training

Upcoming Den Chief Training Classes

All Scouts who will definitely, probably, or even possibly be serving as den chiefs this coming school year need to complete Den Chief Training. Besides learning themselves how to be quality den chiefs, they also receive information to bring to

New BALOO Training Program!

What is it?  The new BALOO training program is an overnight curriculum (1.5 days) presenting BSA’s Cub Scout level camping policies along with instruction on basic camping skills.  The intent of the program is to enable Cub Scout adult leaders

Barriers to Abuse

SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT   Summer is a good time to regroup and make plans and changes for the next Scouting year. We strongly urge that unit committees and leadership teams meet and review the NEW Barriers to Abuse (Pages 1-4,

Membership Experts to Hit the Road This Summer, Train Local Unit Leaders

The council membership committee is pleased to launch the 2018 Membership Road Show!  All leaders are invited and highly encouraged to attend one of the six dates across our council territory. Our six stops will include: Wednesday, June 13 at

Upcoming Den Chief Training

The next Den Chief Training class in on Saturday, May 19, from 1-4 pm at the council service center in Cedar Knolls. Please encourage any Scouts who currently have den chief assignments but are not yet trained, as well as

Registration for 2018 College of Commissioner Science is Still Open!

There is still time to register for the April 14, 2018 NNJC/PPC College of Commissioner Science.  Our immediate past Area 5 Commissioner, Jeff Goldsmith, will be featured at the event. Go to the following link to register today: http://www.nnjbsa.org/ccs

National Youth Leadership Training

NYLT is the only council-wide youth training program that is not designed to be program specific.  NYLT is a rigorous youth leadership training program that provides skills for life and is designed to benefit and enhance the leadership teams of

Save The Date! 2018 Youth Protection Symposium: Opioid Awareness, Protecting Our Teens!

You’re Invited!  On a biannual basis, the Patriots’ Path Council Hosts its Youth Protection Symposium.  The event will take place on Friday May 11, 2018 at the Boy Scouts of America Service Center in Cedar Knolls, NJ. This year’s topic

Rangemaster Training

Attention Cub leaders:  Do you need to get volunteers trained to staff your shooting ranges for spring camporees? The shooting sports committee is holding BB and Archery Rangemaster Training on Saturday April 7 at Camp Wheeler. This certification is good

Cub Scout Leader Training

Make your Cub Scout leader job EASIER and MORE FUN! An enthusiastic, trained leader can make the difference between a den or pack that is struggling, and one that is ready to take on the world. Find out how to