Hazardous Weather Training

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. It is an online-only course – Code SCO_800. If you are registered in any of the following positions, you need to login and take the course.

  • Cubmaster CM)
  • Assistant Cubmaster (CA)
  • Den Leader (DL)
  • Assistant Den Leader (DA)
  • Webelos Den Leader (WL)
  • Assistant Webelos Den Leader (WA)
  • Scoutmaster (SM)
  • Assistant Scoutmaster (SA)
  • Leaders of 11 year old Scouts – LDS (10)
  • Crew Advisers (NL)
  • Crew Associate Advisers (NA)
  • Skippers (SK)
  • Mate (MT)
  • Explorer Post Advisers (EA)
  • Explorer Post Associate Advisers (AA)

To Take the Course

  1. Login to My.Scouting.org
  2. Go to Menu and select My Dashboard
  3. Go to My Training – ‘Training Center’
  4. When you get to Scouting U, click on ‘Home’
  5. 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.

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