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Scouting for Wildlife

January 21-23, 2022

Join U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge to earn your Fish and Wildlife Management Merit Badge. Camp at Dummit Cove over the weekend while learning various wildlife management techniques. Space is limited. Register your troop online at password: S4W2022 .

There is no charge for this event.

For more information, call Kim King-Wrenn 321-861-2384

Spring Wood Badge

Central Florida Council Wood Badge                           
Wood Badge Spring Course 16-83-22-1

Course Information:
Orientation: January 29, 2022
Weekend 1: February 25-27, 2022
Weekend 2: March 19-20, 2022
 Course Director, Yiorgos Bakamitsos

What is Wood Badge?
Reflecting the best of nearly a century of Scouting experience, Wood Badge draws upon the most current leadership models used by corporate America, academic circles and successful organizations throughout the country. Wood Badge training was begun by Baden Powell in 1919 as a way to insure that the leaders of Scout troops were properly trained.  Since then Wood Badge has been held worldwide, providing advanced leadership training to thousands of Scout leaders.Wood Badge builds upon the best traditions and experiences of the Boy Scouts of America and also draws from a wide range of courses within and beyond the bounds of Scouting to present the latest in leadership theory and team development.
Who should attend Wood Badge?  You, you should attend woodbadge.
Wood Badge is designed to meet the advanced leadership needs of all Scouters, particularly unit level Scouters, such as Cub leaders, Scoutmasters and assistants, Venturing Crew Advisors, Committee Chairs and members. Additionally Scouters serving at the district and council levels can achieve greater effectiveness through Wood Badge.

To attend a Wood Badge, course individuals must

1. Be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America. (Youth 18 and older may attend as long as the appropriate Youth Protection guidelines are followed. They do not need to be registered in an adult leadership role.)
2. Have completed the basic training courses for their Scouting position.
3. Be capable of functioning safely in an outdoor environment. All participants are required to complete the Annual Health and Medical Record form.
Why attend?
By taking Wood Badge, Scouters will acquire valuable tools such as listening, communicating, conflict management, project planning and leading change. Participants will better learn to understand and appreciate diversity and differences in our society. They will learn skills that will make them a better Scout leader. Units with trained leaders are able to deliver an improved program and a more meaningful experience for the youth Scouting serves. By attending Wood Badge, the participants will internalize the 5 themes of Wood Badge:
Living the Values


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