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Boy Scouts of America Los Angeles Area Council

University of Scouting 2012

Prepared for Life!
December 1, 2012 Check-in 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Opening Ceremony 8:00 – 8:25 AM Program 8:35 AM - 4:30 PM
St. Paul High School
9635 Greenleaf Ave, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Regististration on-line and information available at www.boyscoutsla.org

Please help SCOUTING FOR FOOD by bringing a non-perishable food item to be donated to a local food bank.

2012 University of Scouting
University of Scouting is one of the most important functions offered by the Los Angeles Area Council. It is a single-day training event designed to supplement any Scouter or Youth's training. Leaders, Volunteers, & Youth from every facet of Scouting are encouraged to attend (and do!) There is something for everyone! From the Scouter in the first year of leadership to the Scouter with many years of experience, University of Scouting is designed for YOU! Everyone is welcome.

Each year the leadership of the University reviews the participant and faculty evaluations of the preceding year in an effort to make University of Scouting more relevant and user friendly. Your input is valued and appreciated. University of Scouting provides a wide range of unique adult leader training courses where: • Cub Scout leaders, parents & committee members can pick up tips on "Putting Core Values into Your Pack Program,” “Blue & Gold Celebrations,” “Basic Leader Training” or “BALOO”. • Boy Scout leaders & committee members can take a variety of classes like “Advancement Basics” , “On-Line Advancement”, The 12th Point & “Leader Specific Training” or learn about BSA's high-adventure programs by taking classes such as “Climb on Safely” or Comfort Backbacking” and many more! • Venturing advisors & youth can spend the day on Venturing-specific topics like "How to run a successful & fun Crew Meeting" or "What is Venturing" and Adult Leaders can take Venturing Adult Traioning. • Leaders and parents can take other general studies topics which span a variety of scouting programs such as “Effective Use of Social Media” or "Geo-Scouting” or "Unit Trainer", “CPR & First Aid” • Youth can take a variety of classes such as “ILST”, "COPE", Eagle Scout Prep", “Leave No Trace” or “Been There, Done That, Now What?” to mention a few… Fees: $22 - Early Bird registration (registration must be received at the Service Center by November 25th)
$32 - Registration after November 25th $10 - Registration for 2012 University of Scouting Staff/Instructors Only $15 - Child Care Registration, per youth (Ages 3-10) lunch and activities included $10 - Rangemaster Material Fee $25 - CPR and/or Basic First Aid Material Fee $10 - Den Chief Book (If signing up for Den chief Training) $ 5 - Cooking with Cubs Material Fee (NOTE: all fees include lunch) Online registration available at www.boyscoutsla.org

Make time to visit our Midway! Learn more about Council Programs & Camps. Discover the opportunities available for Scout meetings, outings & activities. Learn about council activities to support your program. Visit the Scout Shop for your Scouting supplies. Child Care: Child Care is available for all youth between the ages of 3-10 years old. The cost is $15 per child We all feel better about our volunteer efforts when we are well informed and believe we are doing a good job in our position. University of Scouting is a terrific opportunity to get new training, refresh old information, and network and enjoy the fellowship of fellow Scouters. The information you obtain will enhance your Scouting experience and make your Scouting job easier and more successful. We hope you enjoy this years University of Scouting and remember to bring a non-perishable food item for Scouting for Food! Teresa Stiegler
University of Scouting Chair

QUESTIONS? - University of Scouting Contacts Co-Dean of Boy Scout College Bonnie Filer filerfamily@sbcglobal.net Co-Deanof Boy Scout College Kathie Wood kathleenjwood@aol.com Co-Dean of Cub Scouts Deanna Gemmell glorygsd@sbcglobal.net Co-Dean of Cub Scouts Dee McDougall c1craftymom@aol.com Co-Dean of General Studies David Wilsey rocketmantfj@aol.com Co-Dean of General Studies Sally Grimaldi scoutpack266@yahoo.com Dean of High Adventure College Michael Schlaifer mschlaif@earthlink.net Co-Dean of Venturing College Jilian Infusino jillian.infusion@gmail.com Co-Dean of Venturing College Aaron Fitch aaronfitch53@yahoo.com Adult Advisor Venturing College Vaughn Wendelstadt wendelstadt@earthlink.net Dean of Youth College Alan-Michael Graves a-graves@sbcglobal.net Midway Chair Debbie Pier musicby4@gmail.com Child Care Margaret Phipps magpie638199@aol.com University of Scouting Chair Teresa Stiegler tstiegler@verizon.net Los Angeles Area Council Phone # (213) 413-4400

Los Angeles Area Council - 2012 University of Scouting - Course Listing
Period 1 Period 2 9:45 10:45 x Period 3 10:55 11:55 Lunch 12-1PM Period 4 1:10 2:10 Period 5 2:20 3:20 Period 6 3:30 4:30

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Advancement Basics Learn basics of the Troop Advancement program: record keeping, merit badge counselors, and conducting Boards of Reviews. Two Period Class. ADULTS ONLY

Boy Scouts On-Line Advancement- Make your life easier-Learn how to use the on line advancement for your troop. 3 sessions 2 periods each , you only need to attend 1, 2 period class. ADULTS ONLY

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Bullying: Prevention This training focuses on enabling adult leaders and parents to increase their awareness of the incidence and effects of bullying, to create an antibullying culture in their units. and Intervention Tips ADULTS ONLY for Scouts of the arrow The order Leaders and Boy Scouts This session discusses the benefits to the individual and troop as a result of the Order of the Arrow's influence in your troop. ADULTS and your troop NEW! - To understand the role of religious duty in the Boy Scouts of America, the best place to begin is with how these characteristics of a Scout are explained in the Boy Scout Boy Scouts The 12th Point Handbook with reference to the respective phrases of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. ADULTS ONLY
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The Eagle Process/Life Learn how to help the Life Scouts in your Troop get information about the Eagle project, the Eagle application, and planning the Eagle Court of Honor. This class is open to Adults to Eagle and Boy Scout Youth. How to Run ILST for UPDATED! - A Scoutmaster’s key job is to train his Youth Leaders. Learn how to put on the one-day session of Introduction of Troop Leadership Skills for your troop. This is a Boy Scouts National Training. ADULTS ONLY your Troop
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Troop Committee Challenge Webelos to Scout Transition

This fun and interactive training serves as a vital tool for troop committee members, Parents transitioning from Cub Scouts as well as for veterans. The mission of the Troop Committee Challenge training is to help each troop committee work as a team to improve the Scouting experience for adult and youth members. It helps build the commitment of individual members as well as cultivates a better troop committee team. CERTIFICATION COURSE ADULTS ONLY How is your Troop at recruiting new Scouts? The best way is to work with a local Pack to Bridge their Webelos! This session will help you with how to recruit those eager Webelos. ADULTS ONLY How do you help your Scouts find ideas for Eagle projects, plan the projects, do the paperwork and carry it out? This session will walk you through the process. This class is open to Adults and Boy Scout Youth Make sure you are working together and know what is expected from each of these Parts of the advancement process. A Scoutmaster’s opportunity to get to know his Scouts and
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Boy Scouts Conference & Board of to teach Scouts to evaluate their accomplishments. More than just a review, this is where Scouts learn goal setting and planning for the future. After a Scout has completed all

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Scoutmaster &Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training

requirements for a rank, he has a Board of Review. The Troop Committee is responsible for determining a Scouts' character to advance - not to re-test him on his skills. Learn how to conduct a meaningful and encouraging review for your youth. Purposes of and suggestions for the types of questions that can or should be asked. You will learn the Role of an Adult Leader in a Boy-Led Troop Program Planning & Troop Administration Topics will be: Role of the Scoutmaster; Troop Organization; Troop Meetings; Working with Boy Leaders/the Patrol Method; Patrol Leaders' Council; Outdoor Program; Assessment Tools; Program Planning; Membership (how to grow and maintain); Paperwork; Finances; Uniforming; and other Training Opportunities. Please bring: Scoutmasters Handbook, Boy Scout Handbook, pen, and paper. CERTIFICATION COURSE ADULTS ONLY

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Merit Badge Counselor Learn the responsibilities of being a Merit Badge Counselor. Did you know you have to get some training? Get information and pick up tips on how to do this job well. ADULTS Training ONLY Learn how the Pack Committee is the behind the scenes force supporting the Pack and a creating a vibrant Scouting program. Includes topics such as duties of specific Pack Pack Committee Basic Committee positions, planning the annual Pack calendar, budgeting, planning Pack meetings, parents and advancement, Pack policies, etc. (Required training for all new Pack Training Committee members. New leaders must also complete "This is Scouting", "Youth Protection" and "Position Specific Fast Start"). CERTIFICATION COURSE (2 Periods) Pack Trainer Basic Training Cooking with Cub Scouts Simple Knots are "Knot" Hard Cub Awards & Advancement Cub Crafts Cubmaster Basic Training Pack Trainers are a vital part of your Pack's growth! In fact, without trained leaders, the boys are very limited in fun you can offer and with trained leaders, the impact you can make on the lives of the boys in your Pack has unlimited potential! Learn the specific duties of the Pack Trainer, their role within the Pack, required and supplemental training available to unit leaders and how to earn your Pack Trainer Award. CERTIFICATION COURSE The way to a boy's heart is through his stomach and it's even better when he does the cooking. Get your CUBS cooking! $5.00 fee payable to instructor. 2 Periods Knot feeling confident about tying KNOTS or teaching Cubs how to tie KNOTS? Why "knot" learn? This class is for you! You'll "knot" only learn to tie appropriate KNOTS for all Cub levels, but you'll learn how to teach knot-tying to your Cubs. This is a complete hands-on experience as well as offering you take-away resources and how-to handouts. (2 Periods) Learn the prupose of advancement in the Cub Scout program, parent & leader responsibilities, Arrow Points and who can earn them, learn how the youth progresses by learning new skills as he goes, and receiving awards of rank and other incentives of achiemements. Learn fun, inexpensive and creative craft ideas to bring out the artist in the boys...and you too! Provides new Cubmasters/Asst. Cubmasters with the knowledge, skills and enthusiasm to be successful. Learn how to keep your Pack energized and moving ahead. (Required training for all new Cubmasters/Asst Cubmasters. New leaders must also complete "This is Scouting", "Youth Protection" and "Position Specific Fast Start"). CERTIFICATION COURSE (2 Periods)
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Keeping the OUTING in Don't keep your Cub Scouts indoors meeting after meeting! Find places to go outdoors to make your program more fun, yet safe. Cub Scouting Putting Core Values into your Pack Program Leave No Trace for Cub Scouts

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NEW! - Learn how to incorporate Cub Scout Core Values in all aspects of the Cub Scout program.

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As more people use parks & recreation facilities, LEAVE NO TRACE guidelines become even more important for outdoor visitors. Leave No Trace is a plan that helps people to be more concerned about their environment and to help them protect it for future generations. LNT apples in a backyard or local park as much as it does in the wilderness.

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Los Angeles Area Council - 2012 University of Scouting - Course Listing
Period 1 Period 2 9:45 10:45 Period 3 10:55 11:55 x Lunch 12-1PM Period 4 1:10 2:10 Period 5 2:20 3:20 Period 6 3:30 4:30

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Blue & Gold Celebration Den Leader Basic Training Webelos Leader Basic Training Webelos to Scout Transition Derbies, Rockets & Regattas Packmaster Software Training

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NEW! - Tired of the same old Blue & Gold? Come and learn about some colorful ideas regarding themes, menus, decorations & entertainment. BSA National Training module for all den leaders at the Tiger, Wolf and Bear level. Completion of This is Scouting and this class qualifies a Cub Scout leader to wear the “Trained” patch. CERTIFICATION COURSE (3 Periods) BSA National Training module for all Webelos Den Leaders and Assistant Webelos Den Leader. Completion of This is Scouting and this class qualifies a Webelos leader to wear the “Trained” patch. CERTIFICATION COURSE (2 Periods) This session will provide parentswith tips on boy-lead troop concepts & how to look for a troop. You will learn what is involved with graduating the Webelos into the Boy Scout program. Boys love things that move (and move fast!). Learn how to build'em, run'em, score 'em and more. Whether you need to survive planning your first one, add excitement to your annual event or just know what to expect from attending one, this course is for you! Got Derbies?? This class explores the features of this software. Tracks all Advancement from Tiger thru Arrow of Light, plus Tiger Track Beads, Arrow Points, Compass Points, Academic/Sports & Special Awards. Includes advancement changes.

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Cub Scout Day Camp NEW! - Learn how to recruit staff members, den and activity leaders and how to use Den Chiefs to make your camp a success. Delegating Duties & Preventing Burnout Exciting Den & Pack Meetings NEW! - Figure out what needs to be done and get someone else to do it. This course is designed to help Cubmasters and committees from wearing too many hats, getting help from the parents and using Den Chiefs. No Fun = No Boys! Anyone can hold a boring meeting, it's PIZZAZZ that keeps 'em coming back! Add a healthy dose of FUN to your Ceremonies, Skits, & Sparklers and the rest is easy. Learn all you need to know! Baden-Powell said, "Scouting is fun with a purpose". (Good for Pack meetings too!)
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Roundtable Discussion Open forum for Cub Scout Leaders & Committee Members! What would you like to know about the Cub Scout Program? Ask those burning questions and discuss ideas, issues, for Cub Leaders and solutions with other leaders! Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO). Yes, it is required training prior to any Cub Scout outdoor adventure, but also take it because it's FUN! Learn how to plan a great, Cub appropriate camping event including location selection, camping equipment, setting up camp, campfire safety (and fun), Cub Scout cooking methods, use of stoves & lanterns, first aid, nature hikes and games (and did we mention FUN?) and various other health and safety issues. When you're BALOO trained, you're ready! Class Limited to 30 People. CERTIFICATION COURSE (Certification must include the Whittlin' Chip session.) This is an ALL DAY course and goes to 5PM. No "day of" registrations will be accepted for BALOO! So your Cub Scouts have reached the age where they qualify to earn their Whittling Chip and you have been wondering how to teach the boys knife safety and skills without a hospital visit. Put aside your worries, and bring your pocketknife to learn how to keep this important Scouting tradition part of your boys’ experiences. CERTIFICATION COURSE
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This is an introduction to Scouting. Learn the origins of Scouting, both in Britain and the USA. Learn the aims and methods we use in all Scout programs. This course is required to become basic leader trained. ADULTS ONLY CERTIFICATION COURSE Effective Use of Social NEW! – Learn how to use Social Media to improve your unit program. Improve Recruiting, Communication, Attendance & Participation. Facebook, Twitter & Web sites will be Media covered. OPEN TO YOUTH & ADULTS (Period 2) Geoscouting, better know as Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. Come learn how to Geo-Scouting join the fun of Geocaching through your adventures with scouting. This is an outdoor experience that will be a sure pleaser for Scouts of all ages. OPEN TO YOUTH & ADULTS (Period 3 or Period 4) This is Scouting NEW! -- Join us to learn more about this recruiting tool. An application that uses Google Maps to help prospective Scouts & their parents find your unit. ADULTS ONLY Don't leave the trailhead without them! Learn simple activities on how to use a map and compass with your Scouts. Now a 2 period class to provide more “Hands On” learning . Map & Compass OPEN TO YOUTH & ADULTS Scouting with Special Learn how to manage their experience to success! We all have challenges in our life. Learn ways to help integrate Scouts with special needs into your program so everyone in your unit is successful. Adults Only Needs Scouting Safety begins with Leadership - Scouting leaders are responsible for the well being and care of Scouts entrusted to them when they lead unit activities. Leaders will be Health & Safety introduced to the BSA safety Sandwich Principle and the critical role of qualified supervision and discipline, areas of risk in Scouting activities and safety procedures. Please bring current copy of Guide to Safe Scouting Outdoor Skills Resources - What is Campmaster and what can it do for your unit? This course provides program ideas and training to new and inexperienced unit leaders. Learn Campmaster how to create more fun and adventure by improving camping know-how. Find out how you can help out at council camps Adults Only Religious Emplems Chaplains & Chaplain's Aides are sometimes an under-utilized resource in a unit. This course will discuss how to incorporate 'Duty to God' into your annual program, and the benefits that can be realized by following the religious emblem program. OPEN TO YOUTH & ADULTS Program Unit Trainer Youth Protection CPR Certification Basic First Aid Every unit needs one! The Unit Trainer is vital to your Unit's growth! Learn resources to successfully perform the duties, required & supplemental training available to Unit Leaders. Learn how to keep track of Scouters training records & knot awards. BSA has adopted a comprehensive set of policies and procedures designed to ensure that Scouting continues to be safe for all participants. Learn how you can do your part in protecting our youth. ADULTS ONLY CPR Essential Skills: Be Prepared! Learn the most up-to-date techniques in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. CERTIFICATION COURSE (Two sessions available Period 1-3 & Period 4-6) Class size limited to 25 Participants. Additional $25 material fee payable with registration. Learn essential skills for First Aid. This is a three period class. Additional $25 material fee payable with registration. CERTIFICATION COURSE (Two sessions available Period 13 or Period 4-6) Class size limited to 25 Participants. Additional $25 material fee payable with registration. Be a Scout

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Music & Your Meeting NEW! - Come learn how to put a song in your step and make more music in your meetings. Adult/Youth Leader Training A trained leader delivers the promise of Scouting. An overview of the adult/youth leadership training available from basic to advanced to supplemental training including NYLT & Woodbadge for the 21st century. OPEN TO YOUTH & ADULTS

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Messengers of Peace NEW! - Scouts Around the Globe Are Creating World Peace. The Scouts of the world have always been a powerful force for good. This initiative lets us celebrate what our Scouts have already accomplished and inspire them to accomplish even more CUB SCOUT / BOY SCOUT ADULT and YOUTH

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Los Angeles Area Council - 2012 University of Scouting - Course Listing
Period 1 Period 2 9:45 10:45 x Period 3 10:55 11:55 x Lunch 12-1PM Period 4 1:10 2:10 x Period 5 2:20 3:20 x Period 6 3:30 4:30 x

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Course Title
Rangemaster Training

Course Description
NEW! – A 3 period class that will prepare you to safely run a BB Gun or Archery range. Includes hands-on training and practical experience. Additional $10.00 material fee payable with registration. Adults Only (Period 1-3 or 4-6) Class limited to 12 Participants.

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High Adventure Tour The What, Where and How of High Adventure basics and other special opportunities to make your troop’s program the envy of everyone else’s. Basics Ever wondered who builds and maintains the trails in the National Forest.? Well, its no secret, its people just like you. Find out how to become a Trail Boss. Learn how to organize Trail Boss and supervise conservation projects by doing. Return later and experience the calm satisfaction of knowing you had a part in someone's wilderness experience. Local Outdoor Southern California has an amazing number of camping, conservation, nature, and other outdoor opportunities available for a day, weekend, or even longer. Find out Where they Opportunities are, How to sign up, and What to do when you get there. Trail Food High Adventure Guided Tours Leave No Trace Comfort Backpacking What’s in your pack for that long backpack adventure? Learn how to pack light but keep the calories coming. Learn how Scouts and Scouters can become a part of summer time expeditions to high adventure bases like Philmont, Northern Tier, or our own Log Cabin Wilderness. An introduction to the Principles of Leave No Trace and low impact camping NEW! - Introduce trial comfort pronciples & concepts as a means to introduce light weight principles and concepts. Encourage you to use only what is actually useful, not what the outdoor industry & companies would like you to use. Show the benefits of pursuing simplicity. Outline the advantages of comfort, safety, convenience, & durability. 2 Periods

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Orienteering for Adults This session introduces proven techniques you can use to teach your scouts this valuable sport in the form of an enjoyable game. (2 Periods) Scouters Survival Trek Safely Climb on Safely What is Venturing How to find a Consultant Basic survival skills are essential for everyone who's active in the outdoors. This course will cover the fundamentals that just might save your life. Young people today seek increasingly challenging activities many of which involve the backcountry. Learn the BSA’s recommended procedure for organizing outdoor treks. Become aware of the seven points of trek safely and receive your Certificate. CERTIFICATION COURSE Before you can undertake any climbing related activity and file that tour plan, this class is a must. Learn the dos and don'ts of climbing activities within the BSA. NEW! -ANYTHING you have ever wanted to know about Venturing! Officer positions, trainings, Jamborees, Venturing Officer Associations, awards, ILSC, Powder Horn, Kodiak, activities, and so much more! We will answer ALL of your Venturing questions with a panel of experienced Venturers and Advisors. YOUTH & ADULTS NEW! - How do you find a consultant to work with your crew? What is a consultant? What is their purpose in working with your crew? Come find out all about consultants! YOUTH & ADULTS
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Troop & Crew Are you a current Boy Scout who wants MORE adventure in your life? Well then Venturing is for you! You can be in a Crew and a Troop AT THE SAME TIME! Come find out how! Concurrent Enrollment YOUTH & ADULTS Eve on the Trail Women come learn how to handle Eve on the Trail so you can still enjoy the great outdoors! YOUTH & ADULTS - FEMALES ONLY

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How to run a successful NEW! - Do your crew meetings seem a tad boring or do they have low attendance? Come to this session and learn how to liven up your meetings but still carry out crew business. & fun Crew meeting YOUTH ONLY Do you know all about the Venturing awards? What about all of the specific requirements? What about places to earn the awards? Come to this session to find out everything you Awards & Recognitions have wanted to know about the Venturing awards & recognitions! YOUTH & ADULTS Adult Participants who complete the following six (6) sessions (Period 1-6) will receive their "Trained" Patch. CERTIFICATION COURSE Here's Venturing Learn the basics of the Venturing program and what your role is as an Advisor.
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Resources & Program Learn how to use your resources as a leader to run a successful and effective program. Planning Advancement Basics ILSC Youth Protection for Venturing Introduction to Leadership Skill for Troops (ILST) Outdoor Cooking Learn the Advisor’s role in the Advancement process to help your youth. Learn the components of the ILSC training program to be able to put one on for your own unit/ district/council. This required course will cover not only basic Youth Protection, but also issues arising among adolescents, and those associated with drugs and alcohol. ADULTS ONLY (2 Periods) ILST teaches Scouts about unit leadership role and equip them with skills to fulfill those responsibilities. Be a role model for younger Scouts YOUTH ONLY - 3 Periods NEW! - Tired of cooing on a stove or eating the same old foil dinners? Get some basic recipes that you can use on your next camping trip. Learn secrets of Dutch Oven cooking for those good eating time when you are not backpacking.
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Merit Badge Procedures NEW! - Come find out the best way to plan and manage working on your merit badges. Obtain tips on how to successfully work with counselors and how and when to begin. NEW! - In addition to SPL and Patrol Leader, learn about all the other Troop leadership positions: Scribe, Historian, Quartermaster, Chaplain's Aide, Troop Guide, and most Training Youth Leaders important of all -- Den Chief! Knowledge is power! Get a great start by finding out how important these are to your Troop's operation and how you can apply your own creative at the Unit Level leadership! Offered Period 2 or Period 5 Leave no Trace Knots and Lashings You don't have to sign up for Greenpeace to show respect for the environment. Come understand the outdoor skills and ethics involved in establishing and following the principles ‐ of Leave No Trace. Learn Boy Scout basic knots and lashings. This course will provide a hands on review of all knots, lashings, and hitches required for advancement and for constructing those impressive campsite gateways. These skills were a staple of pioneer life and, therefore, a foundational element of Scouting

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Course Listing 5of 8

Los Angeles Area Council - 2012 University of Scouting - Course Listing
Period 1 Period 2 9:45 10:45 Period 3 10:55 11:55 Lunch 12-1PM Period 4 1:10 2:10 Period 5 2:20 3:20 Period 6 3:30 4:30

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Course Title
Order of the Arrow in your Troop Outdoor Cooking Service Projects COPE: (Challenging Outdoor Personal Scout Own Services

Course Description
The OA supports the Scout troop and reinforces Scouting ideals. This course covers the purposes and principles of the Order of the Arrow (OA). The OA is a great place to make new friends and have a great time. Find out about all the opportunities to get involved with your Chapter and Lodge from experienced OA youth in Scouting. NEW! - Tired of cooing on a stove or eating the same old foil dinners? Get some basic recipes that you can use on your next camping trip. Learn secrets of Dutch Oven cooking for those good eating time when you are not backpacking. NEW! - The course will discuss the essentials of service to others and provide project suggestions for regular rank advancement, merit badge requirements (i.e., Citizenship), and Eagle Scout projects. Rank advancement and helping other Scouts, parents, units, sponsors and the community. NEW! - Learn how COPE can be used to build confidence, team work, and communication skills in your youth. Games for teaching boys to work as a team or patrol, all while having fun How to conduct Scouts Own Services without offending or boring the Scouts.

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The EDGE Model

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Come work at Summer How and why being on Summer Camp Staff is the place to be for the summer. Learn the value of serving on staff. Camp How do I fit scouts, school, sports, girls, my job and car into my busy schedule? Learn how to manage your time instead of time managing you; the power of delegating and defining Time Management your special times to get the most out of life. Internet Safety for NEW! - The Internet has brought many wonderful tools to Scouting. Along with benefits come many hidden dangers. Learn how to avoid the dangers and educate young people on Scouting Internet Bullying and chat room safety. Helps with First Class Requirement #11. Been There, Done That, NEW! - Does your Troop do the same old thing year after year? Great tips for adding new and exciting events and activities to your unit program. Now What?

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Course Listing 6of 8

Los Angeles Area Council - 2012 University of Scouting - Course Selection

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Course Description
Cub Scout College Pack Committee Basic Training (Period 1-2) Pack Trainer Basic Training (Period 2-3) Cub Crafts (Period 4) Simple Knots are "Knot" Hard (Period 5-6) Cub Awards & Advancement (Period 1) Cooking with Cubs (Period 2-3) Cubmaster Basic Training (Period 4-5) Keeping the Outing in Cub Scouting (Period 6) Putting Core Values into your Pack Program (Period 1) Leave no Trace (Period 2) Blue & Gold Celebration (Period 3) Den Leaders Basic Training (Period 4-6) Webelos Leaders Basic Training (Period 1-2) Webelos to Scout Transition (Period 3) Derbies, Rockets & Regattas (Period 4) Packmaster Software Training (Period 5) Cub Scout Day Camp (Period 6) Delegating Duties & Preventing Burnout (Period 1) Exciting Den & Pack Meetings (Period 4) Roundtable Discussion for Cub Leaders (Period 5) BALOO (Period 1-6) Whittling Chip (Period 6) Boy Scout College

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Youth College

CS101 CS102 CS103 CS104 CS105 CS106 CS107 CS108 CA109 CS110 CS111 CS112 CS113 CS114 CS115 CS116 CS117 CS118 CS119 CS120 CS121 CS122

YC101 YC102 YC103 YC104 YC105 YC106 YC107 YC108 YC109 YC110 YC111 YC112 YC113 YC114 YC115 YC116 YC117 YC118 YC119 YC120

Merit Badge Procedures (Period 1) Training Youth Leaders at the Unit Level (Period 2) Leave no Trace (Period 3) Knots & Lashings Period 4) Order of the Arrow and you Troop (Period 5) Outdoor Cooking (Period 6) Service Projects (Period 1) COPE (Period 2) Scouts Own Services (Period 3) The EDGE Model (Period 4) Come work at Summer Camp (Period 5) Time Management (Period 6) Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (Period 1-3) Den Chief Training (Period 4-6) Been There Done That, Now What? (Period 2) Internet Safety for Scouting (Period 1) Why you should go to NYLT (Period 3) Eagle Scout Prep (Period 4) Speaking in Front of Groups (Period 5) Communicating with Adults (Period 6)

BS101 BS102 BS103 BS104 BS105 BS106 BS107 BS108 BS109 BS110 BS111 BS112 BS113 BS114 BS115

Advancement Basics (Period 1-2) Bullying: Prevention & Intervention Tips (Period 3) The 12th Point (Period 4) Scoutmaster Conference & Board of Reviews (Period 5) Merit Badge Counselor Training (Period 6) Order of the Arrow and your Troop (Period 1) How to run ILST for your Troop (Period 2) The Eagle Process/Life to Eagle (Period 3) Eagle Service Projects (Period 4) Webelos to Scout Transition (Period 5) Troop Committee Challenge (Period 6) On-Line Advancement (Period 1-2) On-Line Advancement (Period 3-4) On-Line Advancement (Period 5-6) SM & ASM Leader Specific Training (Period 1-6)

VC101 VC102 VC103 VC104 VC105 VC106

Venturing College Youth What is Venturing (Period 1) How to find a Consultant (Period 2) Troop & Crew Concurrent Enrollment (Period 3) Eve on the Trail - Females Only (Period 4) How to run a Sucessful &Fun Crew Meeting (Period 5) Awards & Recognitions (Period 6) Venturing College Adults

Adult Participants who complete all six (6) sessions will receive their "Trained Patch.

VC107 VC108 VC109 VC110 VC111

Here's Venturing (Period 1) Resources & Program Planning (Period 2) Advancement (Period 3) ILCS (Period 4) Youth Protection for Venturing (Period 5-6)

GS101 GS102 GS103 GS104 GS105 GS106 GS106 GS107 GS108 GS109 GS110 GS111 GS112 GS113 GS114 GS115 GS116 GS117 GS118 GS119 GS120

General Studies College This is Scouting (Period 1) Rangemaster Training (Period 1-3) Rangemaster Training (Period 4-6) Youth Protection (Period 6) Geo-Scouting (Period 3) Geo-Scouting (Period 4) Scouting with Special Needs (Period 1) Adult/Youth Leader Training (Period 2) Religious Emblems Program (Period 4) Effective Use of Social Media & Technology (Period 2) Map & Compass (Period 5 & 6) Health & Safety (Period 2) Campmaster (Period 3) Be A Scout (Period 4) Messengers of Peace (Period 3) CPR Certification (Period 1-3) CPR Certification (Period 4-6) Basic First Aid (Period1-3) Basic First Aid (Period 4-6) Music & Your Meeting (Period 1) Unit Trainer (Period 5)

HA101 HA102 HA103 HA104 HA105 HA106 HA107 HA108 HA109 HA110 HA111

High Adventure College High Adventure Tour Basics (Period 1) Trail Boss (Period 2) Local Outdoor Opportunities (Period 3) Trail Food (Period 4) High Adventure Guided Tours (Period 5) Leave No Trace (Period 6) Comfort Backpacking (Period 1-2) Orienteeering for Adults (Period 5) Survival (Period 3) Trek Safely (Period 4) Climb on Safely (Period 6)

2012 University of Scouting Mail-in Registration Form
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Current Selection: Place course title. Note - Some courses exceed 1 hour Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 Period 5 8:35 AM 9:45 AM 10:55 AM 1:10 PM 2:20 PM 1st Choice 2nd Choice PLEASE RETURN TO: Los Angeles area Council, BSA Attn: University of Scouting 2333 Scout Way Los Angeles, CA 90026
Registration Fees Child Care $15/ea Den Chief Book $10 CPR &/or First Aid $25/ea Cooking with Cubs $5/ea Rangemaster $10/ea

Period 6 3:30 PM

REGISTRATION: All Fees include LUNCH ______$22 Received by Nov 25th, 2012 ______$32 for all AFTER Nov 25th, 2012 ______$10 Staff/Instructor Fee ______$15 Child Care Registration per Youth (Ages 3-10)

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Driving Directions to St. Paul High School

St. Paul High School 9635 Greenleaf Ave Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

From 605 Frwy exit Telegraph Rd and head East. Continue 2.5 miles to Greenleaf Ave, turn left. High School on west side of street. Follow Signs to General Parking Lot.