Every Scout Deserves a Trained Leader

Sounds simple enough, but with our busy lives ... it is far from easy.

The GLAAC Training Team is here to ensure that leaders are offered every opportunity to get the training they require, and that our youth deserves.

We will offer:

  1. classroom training for those who do not wish to use, or have problems with the BSA online training at my.scouting.org.
  2. outdoor training such as BALOO, OWLS, and IOLS.
  3. regular advanced leadership training like NYLT and Wood Badge.

In order to accomplish these goals, we will offer:

  1. Leadership Laurels on Quarterly Basis.
  2. Spring and Fall Wood Badge Courses.
  3. Weeklong, Weekend, and Winter Break NYLT.

The Courses

Position Specific Classroom

  • Chartered Organization Representative
  • Committee Chair (C60/WS10)
  • Scoutmaster (S24)
  • Cubmaster (C40)
  • Lion Pride Leader (C73)
  • Tiger Den Leader (C73)
  • Den Leader (C42)
  • Webelos Den Leader (C61)

Outdoor Skills

BALOO / OWLS (C32)
Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation. This is an 2 day (overnight) class, taught in a conjunction with an introduction to training skills for Cub Leaders. A concurrent Cub Scout program is offered.

IOLS / OWLS (S11)
Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills. This is a 2 day (overnight) class often combined with Scoutmaster Specific that teaches outdoor skills for a Boy Scout Adult Leader.

Advanced Leadership

Wood Badge (A90)
Wood Badge is the BSA's ultimate adult leadership training program.

NYLT (S78)
The National Youth Leadership Training Course teaches the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he must KNOW, and what he must DO.
John Johnson
Council Vice President Program

Pat Moss
Bobwhite
Council Training Chairman
Pacifica District Training Chairman
Wood Badge Course Director 2019
+1-310-526-3787
pat.moss@gmail.com
@pat.moss

Steve Dodson
High Adventure Coordinator

Brian Hanhart
Owl
Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate
Pacifica District Unit Commissioner
generalsecinc@aol.com
Every Scout deserves a trained leader.
Greater Los Angeles Area Council