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Keep Scouting Safe
Youth Protection is a REQUIRED training for all REGISTERED ADULTS.
. Registration for new adult leaders will not be approved without proof of Youth Protection training. For new leaders, print out the certificate at the end of the on-line training
and attach it to your adult application before sending it in to Council.
Youth Protection training can be taken on-line or in a class UPON REQUEST. Please contact your District Executive if your unit would like to have local in-person training. Youth Protection is offered by many units - contact your Cubmaster or Scoutmaster to see if your unit provides training.
Youth Protection Overview
Five Point Strategy
Guiding the BSAs Youth Protection is a five-point
strategy to prevent child abuse:
The Three Rs of Youth Protection Members of the Boy Scouts of America are taught the Three Rs of Youth Protection. This stresses that the child needs to RECOGNIZE situations that place him at risk of being molested, how child molesters operate, and that anyone can be a molester. The child needs to know that if he RESISTS, most child molesters will leave him alone. And, if the child REPORTS attempted or actual molestation he will help protect himself as well as other children from further abuse, and will not be blamed for what occurred.
Youth Protection Training
Click here to take the training on-line at myscouting.org
You do not need to be a registered member or have a member ID to take Youth Protection Training.
Page last updated: 03-01-2014 12:13 am