Prepared. For Life.
Volunteer Training is available both online, and in person. Click Here to download our in-person training schedule.
Online trainings are available for most courses at www.myscouting.org.
ONLINE TRAINING INSTRUCTIONS
HOW TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR TRAININGS TAKEN
If you know your BSA ID #, click on “My Profile” at the top of the screen. On the page that pops up, under Membership Info- enter your information. For council selection use: CASCADE PACIFIC COUNCIL. Then enter your BSA ID number. Your training records are now linked with the council and now further action is needed.
If you do not know your BSA ID #- You may take online trainings, but only after you are registered will we be able to link your training records to your official BSA record. Until you receive your BSA ID number, you’ll need to print off completion certificates after completing training and submit them to those who ask.
HOW TO LOOK UP TRAINING RECORDS OF OTHERS IN YOUR UNIT
Occasionally, you as a leader may need to verify someone’s training status. Perhaps they lost it, or the district executive has asked you for something. You can do it two ways.
First, from the main page on myscouting.org, click on “Training.” Then, on the menu on the left, click on “Training Validation.”
You can then either enter in someone’s user name for the website, or you can enter their BSA ID number. You can request just a Youth Protection Date or a record of all of their trainings.
HOW TO LOOK UP BSA ID NUMBERS
Option 1- Somebody in your unit has access to Internet Advancement. Confer with them, and have them print out a unit roster. On that roster it will list all registered youth and adults. ID numbers are included on that roster.
Option 2- Examine your BSA Membership card (Pictured Below).