Fwd: 1/26/19 University of Scouting registration details

REMINDER…click on the below registration link for full details; the Class
Attendees Count (.pdf) document shows open spots for both adult sessions
and Scout merit badge sessions (pages 14-15). There are Scout College
sessions available for both adults and scouts plus Youth Leadership College
training (page 20).


———- Forwarded message ———
From: Troop 216 <troop216.bsa@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 11:51 PM
Subject: 1/26/19 University of Scouting registration details – register


* Saturday, January 26Southern Illinois University Edwardsville**Registration
now open
<www.scoutingevent.com/312-2019universityofscouting> (click on this
link for times and registration details)*

*Troop 216 scouts and adults wishing to attend. Registration and
transportation is your own responsibility!*

Blue Card Printing Instructions for Scouts

University of Scouting is a day-long event that offers the widest variety
of training opportunities, in all program areas, all in one place! You will
find just about anything to do with Scouting at University of Scouting
whether you are a Scout, leader, commissioner, or parent! And be sure to
visit the midway where local companies and organizations will be set up to
show off their upcoming opportunities.

Here is just a sample of classes you will find at University of Scouting:

– *Unit Commissioner Basic Training *— This is your first step as a new
unit commissioner. Learn the responsibilities of this position and how to
accomplish those tasks.
– *ECSI First Aid Training *– Learn the basics of First Aid and CPR such
as rescue breathing, soft tissue injuries and broken bones. Choose from the
morning session or afternoon session.
– *Character Development *— As a leader, you will learn how Cub Scouting
is designed to help develop good character and positive attitudes in our
youth. This session also discusses the 12 core values.
– *Add “Sizzle” to Your Unit Program* — If your troop is bored with the
same program year after year, spice things up with these tips for
incorporating new and exciting events and activities!
– *BSA High Adventure *– Philmont, Northern Tier and others. Learn about
these great programs, registration procedures and preparation for
participation, as well as other awesome high-adventure opportunities!
– *Special Needs Overview *— Every unit has at least one Scout with
Special Needs, which includes autism, attention deficit disorder,
Asperger’s Syndrome, asthma, diabetes, hearing or visual impairment and
many others. Learn about the tools available to you when dealing with these