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Special Needs Committees in Your Local Council
DiversABILITY & DisABILITY Conference
NYLT Leadership Academy
National Woodbadge Course
2021 Scouting U Course Offerings at the Tillerson Leadership Center
*Open Only to BSA Council & National Employees
January 24-30 | District Operations Basic #2101
February 21-27 | Managing Performance #2102
Feb 28-Mar6 | District Operations Basic #2103
March 14-20 | Council Programs & Properties Admin
March 14-20 | Managing Performance #2103
April 11-17 | Managing Performance #2103
April 18-24 | District Operations Basic #2105
May 23-29 | District Operations Basic #2107
June 6-12 | Leadership Development Series
June 13-19 | District Operations Basic #2108
August 15-21 | District Operations Basic #2110
Sept 26-Oct 2 | District Operations Basic #2111
October 10-16 | Advanced District Operations #2103
October 17-23 | District Operations Basic #2112
December 5-11 | Managing Performance #2108
December 12-18 | District Operations Basic #2114
J.W. Marriot Jr. Leadership Center and Gene H. Yamagata Lodge
Additional Training Opportunities
The Summit Bechtel Reserve
Hunters Education Certification Program
The Summit Bechtel Reserve Hunter Education Certification Program is now able to allow Scouts and Scout leaders the opportunity to receive their hunter education cards while on site participating in any of our summer programing activities. The program is held at the Crafton Sportsman Complex in Hunter’s Hall and includes opportunities to shoot Laser Shot at our state-of-the-art virtual shooting range in the Crafton Skills Center.
Once completed, participants can purchase a hunting license in any of the 50 states, plus Mexico, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The requirements to participate in the course are:
1. *Registration will be through the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Hunter’s Education website and the link and will be established at a later date.
2. Before you come to camp, complete an online Hunters Education course available at http://www.wvdnr.gov/lenforce/education.shtm
Recommended courses are BeASafeHunter (which has a fee) or NRAHE (which is free).
Note: West Virginia should be the state selected as the state for online course
*This will not affect the recipients ability to purchase a hunting license in their home state.
3. Once you complete the course, bring your certificate of completion (voucher) on your scheduled date to qualify for the “hands-on” Hunter Education Certification class and test. Take a picture on your phone as a backup.
The Hunters Education course will be taught on Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. When completed and all requirements are met, participants will receive their Hunter Education cards.
*Once the WVDNR registration links for June and July are established, information will be sent out to explain how to register for the courses. If you have any questions, please contact:
Associate Director of Outdoor Adventure / Hunter Education