Types of Training:
Pathways to Training at New England Base Camp
Pathways to Training
FREE at Base Camp! Learn Outdoor Skills in the Outdoors!
Are you new to Scouting? You just raised your hand to be a Den Leader or a Scoutmaster and don't know where to begin?
Bring the scouts and their families to Base Camp for an afternoon! It's free with your Adventure Card! While you are there, the scouts can work on badges and you'll participate side by side and walk away with your adult badge for training! It's simple - while they have fun measuring, preparing and cooking meals, you simultaneously learn how to manage a meal for a group of scouts.
BALOO Training and IOLS Training available every week at Open Program in Milton! It is recommended that you plan to complete these trainings in groups of two or more.
(Note: Overnight camping is required for these trainings, so one can either earn the certification by booking an overnight or providing proof of one.)
IOLS (Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills) & BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation Training.) Led By Women. For Women.
Classroom Session March 1st & Camping Skills Weekend April 3rd-5th
March 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th & April 3rd-5th : Scout Leader Trainnig ("Shu Shu Ga")
March 21st: New England College of Commissioner Science 2020
March 27-29 & April 25-26: Wood Badge Training Weekends
April 4th-5th: Red Cross Wilderness First Aid Training
April 18th: BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation)
April 18th: Red Cross CPR Certification /AED
May 16th: Red Cross CPR Certification /AED
May 30th-31st: Red Cross Wilderness First Aid Training
June 20th: Red Cross CPR Certification /AED