Hazardous Weather Training
In the beginning
Originally introduced in 2009, for a Tour Plan to be valid there had to be at least one adult on the Tour Plan who had completed Hazardous Weather Training. The training certificate is valid for 2 years.
Fast forward . . . AS OF APRIL 20, 2018
Boy Scouts of America has now made the NEW Hazardous Weather Training mandatory for all direct contact leaders. The online course is: Code SCO_800. And, now there is an Offline version available. See below.
- Login to My.Scouting.org
- Go to Menu and select My Dashboard
- Go to My Training – ‘Training Center’
- When you get to Scouting U, click on ‘Home’
- Now, scroll down and look for Program Safety. Within that section you will find ‘Hazardous Weather Training’. You will need to select the entire ‘Program Safety’ track to get to the Hazardous weather component.
With the desire to provide in person Hazardous Weather Training at Scout Camps and Roundtables, an offline version of Hazardous Weather Training has been created. This training is an EXACT copy of the online version in both image and text.
The PowerPoint presentation provides every slide in the online course – check out the links below.
The Syllabus provides the exact verbiage slide by slide. This material can be presented electronically, or in a presentation binder. (We are currently creating the hardy copy presentation binder, to be used at Wolfeboro or available for anyone to borrow.)