Cub Scouting – Online codes

Codes as of 11/16/2015

  • SCO_ 216 Advancement Recognition and Recording – Advancement is used to achieve Scouting’s aims—character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Advancement gets recorded and recognized correctly to ensure each boy maximizes his personal growth. This module focuses on the roles and approval process related to Cub Scout advancement.
  • SCO_ 227 Annual Program Planning – Annual Program Planning focuses on identifying the purpose and resources available for the Annual Program Planning Conference, specifically the roles of the attendees for the conference and the preparation done by the Committee Chair, the Cubmaster and den leaders. Lastly, this module outlines the steps of the conference.
  • SCO_ 229 Building the Pack Budget – A pack budget plan implements all of the elements of a complete annual Cub Scouting program for youth, committing as a unit to incorporate these elements, and then providing adequate funding for them. This module looks at the roles different leaders play and the resources they have to help them through this process.
  • SCO_ 217 Core Resources for Leaders – Taking advantage of the many resources available to you as a Cub Scout leader makes fulfilling your role far easier and leads to greater satisfaction. In this module, we talk about resources that help you get through the first couple of meetings as a new den leader.
  • SCO_ 214 Cub Scout Advancement – Advancement is one of the methods used to achieve Scouting’s aims—character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. This module identifies the purpose and goals of advancement and how advancement is used in Cub Scouting
  • SCO_ 211 Cub Scout Uniform – This module is designed to help you identify the purpose and pieces of the Cub Scout uniform as well as how to wear and inspect it.
  • SCO_ 202 Cub Scouting Ideals – As a new leader, it may seem to you that there are a lot of different things to learn. In this lesson we will cover many which are a vital to teaching the core values of Scouting. The Scouting program is designed to help instill character and leadership qualities in young people that will begin to prepare them to make moral and ethical decisions over their lifetimes.
  • SCO_ 200 Cub Scouting Purposes – Cub Scouting is family-oriented and builds independence, as well as skills the boys will use for their entire lives. This module focuses on the ten purposes the Cub Scout program fulfills as Cub Scouts to become Boy Scouts.
  • SCO_ 230 Den Chief Roles and Responsibilities – A den chief, is a special kind of leader. While you are an active member of your own unit you also fill an important role in the Cub Scout den. This module looks specifically at what a Den Chief should and should not do.
  • SCO_ 203 Den Discipline – In this module, we will focus on strategies, tools, and actions that you and your Cub Scouts can take that will help you keep the den running smoothly and make sure everyone has the best experience possible.
  • SCO_ 209 Effective Leadership – Throughout the year, the den and their families will look to you for leadership, ideas, and encouragement, as they work on the requirements for their Rank Badges. This module focuses on the qualifications and skills necessary to meet the expectations parents have for an effective leader.
  • SCO_ 210 How Dens and Packs Work – When families join Scouting, they become members of a Scout unit or den. The Cub Scout den is a part of a pack. Each pack is identified by their pack number. Each pack is chartered to a local organization. This organization receives a charter from the BSA to use the Scouting program as part of its service to young people. This module focuses on the structure of Cub Scouting.
  • SCO_ 212 Leader Uniform – This module is designed to help you identify the parts of the Cub Scout leader uniform as well as how to wear and inspect it. SCO_ 226 Leading Den Meetings – Planning the den meeting is an essential part of a den leader’s job. As a den leader you have access to several resources that will help you plan and execute the best meeting possible. In this module we will discuss how you can lead a den meeting where boys experience the purpose and methods of Scouting, make friends, prepare to be a Boy Scout and have fun.
  • SCO_ 208 Leading Pack Meetings – An essential part of a Cubmaster’s job is planning the pack meeting. Cubmasters should understand the parts of a pack meeting and any available resources. There are also best practices, tips and hints to make the process easier. This module focuses on what you need to know to lead a pack meeting.
  • SCO_ 223 Monthly Planning – Planning provides direction for the program, a sense of satisfaction for those participating, and a feeling of accomplishment in seeing boys grow in knowledge, skills, and expanded interests. Planning also makes use of available time and resources. This module focuses on the purpose of monthly planning and preparation that goes into it.
  • SCO_ 222 Nine Elements of Effective Planning – Planning provides direction for the Cub Scouting program by offering a sense of satisfaction for those participating and a feeling of accomplishment in seeing boys grow in knowledge, skills, and expanded interests. This module focuses on key skills to use when planning weekly den meetings and monthly pack meetings, as well as pack campouts, hikes, and other activities.
  • SCO_ 215 Other Awards Cub Scouts Can Earn – This module identifies the differences between advancement and recognition and describes some of the awards available in Cub Scouting.
  • SCO_ 228 Pack Funding – In this module we are going to look at the 4 main sources packs look to for that funding. We’ll also look at the role funding plays in teaching responsibility within the program. Some of that is reinforced through dues collection.
  • SCO_ 220 Scouting Organizational Structure – This module identifies the different levels of the Scouting organization and how they fit together. We’ll look at how the Cub Scout, den, and pack work together and are supported by the chartered organization, district, local council, and the National Service Center.
  • SCO_ 218 Selecting Leaders – Leaders are what makes Scouting work. They provide good role models in a group setting where they teach Scouting values and reinforce positive qualities of character. In this module we will look at why it is important to select the best leaders possible.
  • SCO_ 206 Supplemental Leader Resources – In this session, we will look at the resources that will be valuable to you once you become more experienced and are able to identify where you need additional help, Sometimes it’s hard to ask questions when you don’t know what you don’t know. With a little hands on experience, you’ll be able to identify what you need to know to know and there are additional resources available to you.
  • SCO_ 225 The Cubmaster – The Cubmaster plays a big role in planning and leading of the den and pack. With support from others, they make sure a great program is always presented. This module focuses on the skills and qualifications of the Cubmaster and the role they play within the program.
  • SCO_ 204 The Methods of Cub Scouting – Cub Scouting features time-tested methods to keep the boys active and involved. Here we will focus on what those methods are and why they are important.
  • SCO_ 219 The Pack Committee – Every pack is under the supervision of a pack committee which consists of at least three members (chair, secretary, and treasurer), although most committees are larger. This module focuses on the administrative and support tasks they handle, allowing the Cubmaster, den leaders, and their assistants to focus on working directly with the Cub Scouts.
  • SCO_ 232 Understanding Boys in the Den – This module review the characteristics of boys from first through fifth grades focusing on their needs and abilities. Understanding the characteristics of Cub Scouting boys will make working with them easier.
  • SCO_ 224 Working With Boys Overview – Scouting is designed to meet the ever-changing needs of boys and to help them develop character, citizenship, and personal fitness. To understand where we want them to go, we need to understand where they are. This module is designed to help you learn a little more about how to work with Cub Scout aged boys.
  • SCO_ 205 Working with Parents and Families – Den chiefs play a large role in the den. They might assist the den leader in running the meeting, lead some of the activities, or even help other boys move from Cub Scouting on to Boy Scouting. By being closer to the other boys in age, the den chief could become someone the Cub Scouts can look up to. This module focuses on how den chiefs help in a den, and resources available to help them do their job.
  • Course is Not Up online as of 11-16-15 – SCO_ 2 Working With Your Den Leader – Den chiefs play a large role in the den. They might assist the den leader in running the meeting, lead some of the activities, or even help other boys move from Cub Scouting on to Boy Scouting. By being closer to the other boys in age, the den chief could become someone the Cub Scouts can look up to. This module focuses on how den chiefs help in a den, and resources available to help them do their job.
  • SCO_ 201 Year Round Fun – Cub Scouting is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of young boys and their parents. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development, citizenship, and personal fitness. This module is designed to help you identify the different activities that make up and enrich the Cub Scouting program. You will learn the purpose of year-round activities and to identify den, pack, district and council, outdoor, daylong, and overnight activities.