Overview Air Scouts were established as an Air Force inspired program, much in the same way that Sea Scouts is a Naval inspired program. As it was established during the war years when aviation was truly coming into its own, it was very successful. Air Scout program The basic Air Scout program had scouts learn about the world of aeronautics, as a pre-flight training program. This entailed them learning a great deal about flight, about how aircraft were built and operated, and how to fly them, short of actually doing so.
The get-started guide for new Scouting leaders - Scouting magazine
A day of fun and learning prepares pack leaders to plan and carry out "entry-level" outdoor experiences. Ask a boy why he wants to be a Cub Scout, and nine times out of 10 he'll answer "to go camping. A pack camp-out, at a location approved by the local council, is a great way for families to have fun and build confidence in outdoor skills. This kind of camping isn't the rugged high adventure outing geared toward older Boy Scouts. It's what you might call "soft camping," where families can simply drive up to a campsite and pitch a tent within a few feet of their vehicle's rear bumper.
Trained leaders are critical to the success of Scouting. Every young person involved in the Scouting program needs and deserves a leader who understands the aims of the program and knows how to deliver it with enthusiasm and fun. Supplemental and advanced training for adults and youth training opportunities are also listed below. Training is an important part of learning to become an effective leader.
This discussion topic is about chartered organization representative and resources available to the chartered organization representative. List of some resources follows:. First post last updated am PDT. Per the national rules and regulations the Chartered Organization Representative is a council Scouter.