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Class Schedule - Cub Scouts

Following are class schedules and and course descriptions for the 2018 Cub Scout College. Please note that most periods display TWO ROWS of classes. Course Descriptions are below the class schedules. And no - there is no relevance to the course numbering. Click on each course number to read the description.

 

Interested in High Adventure? We've listed a summary of all High Adventure courses here.

 

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NOTE: Cub Scout BALOO Training is NOT being offered this year at UoS. Learn more about BALOO.

 

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Period Course Descriptions are Listed Below

1

 

CS 101

Cyberchip

CS 102

Games

CS 103

Cubmaster Specific Training

(2 Period Class)

CS 175

Leave No Trace/Outdoor Ethics

CS 501

Family Scouting in Cub Scouts

CS 714

Special Needs Scouting - ADHD & Autism

CS 717

Selecting Quality Leaders

GS 104

(College of General Studies)

Where and How to Take Your Unit Fishing

O P E N   O P E N  
 

2

 

CS 103

Cubmaster Specific Training - CONTINUED

CS 107

Recruiting Your Replacement

CS 150

Cub Signals

CS 180

How to Run a Successful Religious Awards Program

CS 304

Cub Scout Awards BEYOND Ranks

GS 111

(College of General Studies)

Intro to Wood Badge / Advanced Leadership Training for Adults

O P E N  O P E N  O P E N  O P E N  
 

3

 

CS 112

Journey to Excellence - What Is It & How Can It Help Me?

CS 114

Pack Committee Training

(2 Period Class)

CS 325

Consider Your Spouse and Family

CS 503

Webelos to Scout Transition - How to Make it Work

CS 716

Managing Conflict in Your Unit

L U N C H  &  Breakout Sessions

4

 

CS 114

Pack Committee Training - CONTINUED

CS 115

Scouting Means Service

CS 117

Song Leading

CS 118

Whittlin' Chip & Knife Safety

CS 307

The BEST Blue and Gold Ceremonies

CS 308

Planning Great Pack Campouts

CS 415

Stamp Collecting: A Fascinating Hobby for Young & Old

CS 504

Fill your Unit - Successfully Recruiting New Members

O P E N   O P E N  
 

5

 

CS 119

Our American Flag

CS 120

Nova Award Counselor and Mentor Training

CS 121

Sizzling Ceremonies

CS 122

Den Chiefs - Your Secret Weapon

(Adult Course)

CS 123

Den Leader Specific Training - Tigers, Wolf, Bear, Webelos

(2 Period Class)

CS 229

Women on the Trail: Yes it IS different!

O P E N   O P E N   O P E N   O P E N  
 

6

CS 124

Gathering Activities Galore

CS 306

Plan for Successful Derbies and Regattas

CS 127

Knots Galore

CS 123

Den Leader Specific Training - CONTINUED

CS 310

Camping Equipment: What do you need? What do you want?

      

 

 

Course Title Description
CS 101

Cyberchip

Learn about the BSA program to keep youth safe while using digital media. This tool is available for all leaders to use with their youth. Topics covered in Cyber Chip include cyberbullying, cell phone use, texting, blogging, gaming, and identity theft.
CS 102 Games Have some fun! Games for you to keep in your back pocket and ensure your Scouts (and adults) have fun.
CS 103 Cubmaster Specific Training Required Training for all Cubmasters. 2 Period Class. Fundamentals of being a Cubmaster. You must attend both sessions in order to complete the training.
GS 104 Where and How to Take Your Unit Fishing Learn about fishing, about the best places to go fishing, and how to organize a Unit fishing trip
CS 107 Recruiting Your Replacement Your Scouting job is not forever and replacements don't often appear by magic; learn how to find your replacement and how to get them ready to take over from you
GS 111 Intro to Wood Badge / Advanced Leadership Training for Adult Learn all about Wood Badge, the BEST leadership training that BSA has to offer. Learn how Wood Badge will benefit you, your Unit, your career, your family. Learn why you should take Wood Badge. More information here.
CS 112 Journey to Excellence - What Is It & How Can It Help Me? Get familiar with this program that focuses on key items that will help you have a strong pack for years to come.
CS 114 Pack Committee Training Required Training for all Committee Members. 2 Period Class. Fundamentals of being a Committee Member. You must attend both sessions in order to complete the training.
CS 115 Scouting Means Service Looking for great service ideas for your Cub Scout pack? Come learn about all the neat ways Scouting can give back to the community.
CS 117 Song Leading No singing ability required for this class - just a positive attitude and a sense of fun. Learn how to lead a song and take home some new ones for your next campfire. Cub Scout Song Book available at Scout Stuff.
CS 118 Whittlin' Chip & Knife Safety The basics of knife safety and some guidelines on how to best instruct Whittlin' Chip for your dens and packs. Whittlin' Chip Requirements here.
CS 119 Our American Flag Brush up on the fundamentals of the American Flag, how to present it, how to fold it and how to teach Cub Scouts to honor it.
CS 120 Nova Award Counselor and Mentor Training Learn to be a NOVA leader! Designed for Den/Webelos leaders interested in completing the NOVA segment of the STEM program, but open to everyone. You will learn how to conduct successful SuperNOVA sessions and projects. More information here.
CS 121 Sizzling Ceremonies Need a little SIZZLE in your ceremonies? This session will cover some neat ceremonies, ideas and discussion to get your ideas flowing.
CS 122

Den Chiefs - Your Secret Weapon

Adult Course. Harness that youthful energy, build rapport between Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts and help develop leaders. Learn how having a Den Chief can be awesome.
CS 123 Den Leader Specific Training - Tigers, Wolf, Bear, Webelos Required Training for all Den Leaders. 2 Period Class. Fundamentals of being a Den Leader. Required training for new Den Leaders.
CS 124 Gathering Activities Galore Learn some great activities to keep your Cub Scouts engaged while you wait for everyone to arrive to your Den and Pack meetings
CS 127 Knots Galore Get your Cub Scouts started on a great path by learning some basic knots.
CS 150 Cub Signals Who knew we could communicate with each other without cell phones and internet?? Get some project and game ideas for your Cub Scouts on signaling methods that are sure to be fun!
CS 175 Leave No Trace / Outdoor Ethics Learn the basics of Front Country Leave No Trace principles so you can share the practices with your Cub Scouts and leaders.
CS 180 How to Run a Successful Religious Awards Program Learn how to offer a religious awards program to your Unit. Learn from an EXPERT - Eagle Scout Father Andy Vill.
CS 229 Women on the Trail: Yes it IS different! Recommended for women only. What women want to know about how to manage the trail in Scouting. Equipment, personal care, preparation… A frank discussion of issues specific to women and examples of equipment that works for female trekkers.
CS 304 Cub Scout Awards BEYOND Ranks There's more to Cub Scouts than advancement. Learn what's BEYOND the ranks. More information here.
CS 306 Plan for Successful Derbies and Regatta Yes, success is all in the planning. Learn from the pros on how to plan the best Derbies and Regattas
CS 307 The BEST Blue and Gold Ceremonies There are lots of ways to run a fantastic Blue and Gold Ceremony. Learn how and also share your own successes.
CS 308 Planning Great Pack Campouts Learn how to plan the BEST Pack Campouts and share ideas of where to go camping with the Pack. Learn about our Council Camps plus other places in Connecticut and beyond our borders
CS 310 Camping Equipment: What do you need? What do you want? If money grew on trees... Well you get the idea. Learn about great gadgets as well as the basic gear needed for camping, whether you are on a tight budget or the money tree DOES grow in your yard.
CS 325 Consider Your Spouse and Family

This course is intended to assist leaders in ways to understand and strengthen their marriage and/or family relationships so that Scouting augments rather than detracts from the family and increases your personal happiness and tenure as a leader.

CS 415 Stamp Collecting: A Fascinating Hobby for Young & Old Learn ideas for actively engaging youth by using stamps as props for competitive games, and offer some thoughts on how the hobby is evolving for collectors. Learn how the hobby is evolving including information about some famous collectors and rare stamps that have kept people interested in the hobby for over 170 years. Taught by the President of the New Haven Philatelic Society Mike Frechette.
CS 501 Family Scouting in Cub Scouts Starting in 2018, girls are being welcomed into Cub Scouts. Learn the latest information on this program as well as the best techniques for recruiting girls (and boys) into your Packs. Learn how to make your Pack stronger through Family Scouting. More information is here.
CS 503 Webelos to Scout Transition - How to Make it Work Transition from Webelos to Boy Scout is not supposed to be difficult. Learn what works and learn how to guide your Webelos II Scouts (Arrow of Light) - and their parents) in picking the best Troop to meet their needs. More information here.
CS 504 Fill your Unit - Successfully Recruiting New Members Successful Units are successful at recruiting new members. Learn how to be an excellent recruiter.
CS 714 Special Needs Scouting - ADHD & Autism

Learn how to provide Scouting opportunities for youth with ADHD or Autism that will allow them (and you) get the most out of the Scouting program.

CS 716 Managing Conflict in Your Unit

Did you ever have a conflict or two in your Unit??? Learn to analyze source and course of conflict; Identify tools to help mediate; Learn to apply tools to specific situations; Learn to become a stronger role model

CS 717 Selecting Quality Leaders

Learn the right process of finding the right person to fill your unit’s leadership needs. Learn to avoid methods that either do not fill our unit’s leadership needs or recruit people who might not be the ideal match to the position. More information is here.