Operation of BB, Archery, and Other Shooting Sports Ranges for Scouting activities and events require qualified, trained BSA Rangemasters. This Training is offered at no cost; the certification is valid for two years. We only ask that you pledge support for Council, District, and/or Unit Shooting Programs. Click here for more information or to register!...Read More »
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Welcome to the Shooting Sports Information Page. Here you will find updates & information regarding Scouting shooting sports. Watch this page for information regarding Scout related: merit badges, events, safety, training, & opportunities
In Scouting events and activities, the BSA’s primary consideration is the safety of its youth and adult members. To achieve that goal,...
Accessing Online Training for Scouting Every youth deserves a well-trained leader and some of this training can be taken online. Youth Protection, Cub Scout Leader Specific, Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster Training, and other supplemental training’s such as weather hazards and climb on safely can now be accessed by visiting www.my.scouting.org. The National Council has slowly been...Read More »
The BSA has rolled out a new and improved youth protection training. The National Council is requiring each new and currently registered adult to take this new youth protection training by October 1, 2018. Even if a leader has taken youth protection within the last two years they must take this new training to be...Read More »
It’s midnight, you’re in pajamas and you’re sitting on the couch scrolling Facebook on your tablet. Sounds like the perfect time to get trained. With the launch of Scouting U’s eLearning content for Boy Scout leaders, Scouters now can get trained on their own schedule — anywhere, any time....Read More »