BSA’S Youth Leadership Training Continuum
The BSA is committed to developing youth into tomorrow’s leaders. To do that, the BSA has developed a comprehensive youth leadership training continuum. Youth leadership training starts with Introduction to Leadership Skills at the unit level, progresses to National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) offered by local Scout councils, and culminates with the National Youth Leadership Experience (NAYLE) offered nationally at the BSA’s High Adventure Bases. The most important leadership training youth receive takes place through continual coaching and mentoring by the unit leader.
Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops, Teams, Crews, or Ships
Introduction to Leadership Skills courses are specific to each type of unit. These courses are designed to be run in partnership between the unit’s adult and youth leadership to teach youth leadership their specific role and responsibilities within their specific units. To get a copy of the Introduction to Leadership Skills syllabi click the link below:
Den Chief Training
Who: For Boy Scouts and Venturers serving as Den Chiefs
What: A training on how to effectively serve as a Den Chief and work with Cub Scouts
When: Saturday, February 4, 2017 or Saturday, September 9, 2017
Where: Camp Mack Training Center
Registration Information: February 4 Online Registration
National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is the Boy Scouts of America’s premier youth leadership development program. NYLT is designed to train all the youth leaders of a Troop, Team, Crew, or Ship with leadership skills they will be able to apply in Scouting and throughout the rest of their life. NYLT is offered by local Scout councils each year.