Commissioner Training

A trained commissioner is an effective commissioner. Commissioner training materials have been updated for content and the format changed to an online delivery system. All training materials are accessible here. You will see from the chart below that there is a continuum of training for commissioners.

Just as we require our unit leaders to be trained, we require our commissioner staff to be trained for their position.

Basic Training Courses are available for unit commissioners, new-unit commissioners, roundtable commissioners, district/assistant district commissioners, and council commissioners. The entire course curriculum for the College of Commissioner Science has been updated and all courses have a new format, teaching guide, outlines, and presentations.

There are various levels of commissioner training. It is suggested that commissioner training be completed in the order listed here. Click on the name of the training, which will link to more detail and the online training.

Unit Commissioner Fast Start

Orientation

Basic Training

Continuous Training

College of Commissioner Science

Upcoming Commissioner Colleges

National Level Commissioner Training

Bachelor Courses

Continuing Education Courses

Doctorate Courses

Masters Courses

Training Codes for Commissioners

Training Overview

 

Unit
Commissioner

Roundtable
Commissioner

District
Commissioner
and Assistant

Council
Commissioner
and Assistant

E-Learning




Youth Protection

Required

Required

Required

Required

This is Scouting

If new to Scouting

If new to Scouting

If new to Scouting

If new to Scouting

Fast Start

If new to commissioner service

If new to commissioner service

If new to commissioner service

If new to commissioner service

UVTS Video

Yes

Suggested

Yes

Suggested

Basic Training

UC Specific

RT Specific

DC/ADC Specific

CC/ACC Specific

Monthly Training

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Annual Training

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

National Training

Recommended

Recommended

Recommended

Recommended

Feedback

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