Parents and Leaders Need to Do Youth Protection Training

yp-patchBSA, Cub Scouts, and Pack 910 take our Scouts’ safety very seriously. Part of the commitment of leaders in Cub Scouting (including parents who attend events) is to be trained in BSA’s Youth Protection program. BSA is requiring completion of this training immediately (by October 1).

Who needs Youth Protection Training?

  • Adult Leaders (Pack Committee, den leaders, etc);
  • Parents and other adults who attend camping trips and other activities with the Pack; and
  • Lion and Tiger Parents.

If you haven’t already, please create a “my.scouting.org” account and complete Youth Protection training. Here are the steps:

  1. Screen_Shot_2018-09-26_at_8_18_47_AMGo to my.scouting.org and then click “Create Account” (unless you already have an account on that system).
  2. If you already have a BSA ID number (usually only adult leaders or Tiger/Lion parents), then choose “Yes” from the dropdown menu; otherwise choose “No.” If you don’t know your number, contact your Scout leader.
  3. The home page of my.scouting.org will have a Youth Protection logo on the right side of the screen; you can click that logo to go straight to the course.

For more guidance, you can visit BSA’s How-To Guide for Youth Protection Training.

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