Graphic of keyboard with "" on one of the keysOnline Training

Training courses traditionally offered in a classroom setting are available through the BSA's E-Learning site. This allows users to take training courses online at their convenience and bookmark their place in a course thereby allowing them to return at a later date and complete the course.

How to Take A Training Course

To take a training course you must login to the My.Scouting.orgExternal Link portal on the National BSA web site.

If you do not already have a My.ScoutingExternal Link login, you will need to create one (using your e-mail address as your login). This account will give you direct access to e-learning courses (and other options depending on your profile). If you are a Scouting volunteer, be sure to have your council number and member ID handy (from your registration card) when creating your account. This will ensure you receive proper credit for courses completed successfully.

If you already have a My.Scouting login, simply log in as usual. Go to My.ScoutingExternal Link.

Training Courses Available Online

See course catalogExternal Link

Youth Protection
- Youth Protection Training
- Venturing Youth Protection Training
- Exploring Youth Protection Training

Leader Training (listed by Program)
Boy Scouting
- Merit Badge Counselor Training
- Scoutmaster Training
- Troop Committee Training
Cub Scouting
- Cubmaster Training
- Den Leader Training
- Pack Committee Training
- Crew Advisor Training
- Crew Board of Review
- Crew Committee Training
Sea Scouting
- Sea Scout Leader Training
- Sea Scout Optional Training
- Youth Exploring Leadership Experience (for youth)
- Exploring Advisor Training
- Exploring Committee Training
- Exploring Service Team Training
- Exploring Certification
- Exploring Ride Along Safely

Expanded Training
- Program Safety
- BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation)
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)
- STEM in Scouting
- Succession Planning
- Journey to Excellence
- Council Market Analysis
- Scouting Alumni and Friends

Want to know more about Training? Visit the BSA's national website hereExternal Link.