Click on blue text for more information.
Catalina Council Training Classes
The Catalina Council provides support to its scouters and volunteers through training, which teaches basic, necessary skills.
The courses are taught mostly in a classroom setting with scouter and volunteer participation. The following online information is about course outlines and information for trainers to use or for others to see what the course is about.
Old Pueblo District Classes
Check for information about training classes on the Home Page (click Home above) and click on the class there for more information and/or going to the district calendar by going to the Catalina Council Calendar, clicking on “Categories”, and clicking on “Old Pueblo District”.
Getting into the OP District Web Pages
1. Click on your Chrome browser icon, which looks like this:
You may use other browsers, for example, Internet Explorer, Foxfire, and MSN, but if you have problems with the web pagers, going to Chrome may fix them.
- In the address bar, key catalinacouncil.org
- Put cursor on the Districts tab, on blue bar near top with white writing
- Click on Old Pueblo District
Classes on the Online
Some courses are available in the e-Learning section of myscouting.org . A login is required, but anyone may create a user account and view the courses. Registered members of Boy Scouts of America may provide their member numbers (as part of the user profile) to receive credit.
Many training courses for adults are at http://www.scouting.org/Training/Adult.aspx
Training Classes Sponsored by
National Boy Scouts of America
The following is from the Philmont Training Center website.
The Philmont Training Center (PTC) is the national volunteer training center for the Boy Scouts of America. Since 1950, PTC has provided a unique environment for training volunteer and professional leaders, and a fun family program for every member of the family. Each year, more than 6,000 Scouters and family members attend PTC.
Each conference features the latest tools and techniques, audiovisuals, discussions, idea sharing, and activities led by a faculty of experienced Scouters. All registered Scouters are invited to attend training center courses; council approval is no longer required.