Pack 374, along with the entire Scouting movement, takes Youth Protection very seriously. We know that you love your children and would never want anything bad to happen to them. Neither do we. In an effort to ensure the safety of all Cub Scouts in our pack, as well as any other children that may participate with us in activities, Pack 374 has adopted the following policy:
In order to protect our Cub Scouts, their siblings, and all other children in our community, Cub Scout Pack 374 requires all adults involved in our pack take Youth Protection Training and provide a copy of their certificate to their son’s den leader. This applies to all leaders, parents, and volunteers involved in Pack 374.
Youth Protection Training is online training that takes about 60 minutes to complete. In this training, you will learn about the Youth Protection policies of BSA, how to spot abuse, and how to handle and report violations of Youth Protection. There is no cost to take Youth Protection Training, and it can be taken by anyone, whether or not you are a registered adult.
Click here for more information about BSA Youth Protection policies and Scouting’s Barriers to Abuse.
To take Youth Protection Training:
- Log in to My.Scouting.org.
- On the main page, click the Youth Protection Training box in the upper-right corner.
- When you complete the course, print the Certificate of Completion and turn it in to a den or pack leader.
Reprinting a Training Certificate
If you have completed Youth Protection Training within the last 2 years you can reprint your certificate:
- Log in to My.Scouting.org
- Click on the word “Home” in the upper-left corner of the screen, then click “My Dashboard”
- When the page loads, click the word “Completions” at the top of the page
- You will see a list of all completed training. Click the training and it will create a PDF certificate for that training.
Last updated: August 27, 2018