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LFC Venturing News

For Venturers and Venturing Leaders in the Last Frontier Council – Oklahoma

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Adult Training

If you are new Venturing leader or a seasoned veteran, training helps to deliver a quality program to your crew.  The first step is to learn about Venturing.

Fast Start – Venturing Leader

This training illustrates how using the Venturing program planning process can get a Venturing crew up and running and off to a successful start.   This is available online.  Many of the training courses are available online.  The BSA calls these modules e-Learning and the course results in a certificate card that you can print out.  The course also registers your training in the membership database for council records.

Go to the BSA Online Learning Center and select Venturing Advisor Fast Start for all adult Venturing leader positions including Advisors, Asst. Advisors and Venturing Crew committees.

Youth Protection Training: Training for Adult Venturing Leaders

This training provides an overview of the developmental transition experienced by young people of Venturing age and how those transitions relate to the personal safety concerns of the Venturing program.

Go to the BSA Online Learning Center and select Venuturing Youth Protection Training for all adult Venturing leader positions including Advisors, Asst. Advisors and Venturing Crew committees.

Venturing Leader Specific Training

Developed for Venturing Advisors, assistant Advisors, and crew committee members, this training incorporates Venturing’s current adult leader training.   There are five sessions: Here’s Venturing, Understanding and Protecting Youth, Leadership and Organization, Awards and Recognition, and Resources and Program Planning. These sessions may be offered at one time or individually. It usually takes about 5 hours to complete.

Go to the Last Frontier Council training site or search this site for postings of upcoming training.

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

If you are affialated with a Venturing Crew that is outdoor oriented, this two day course can offer valuable tips for outdoor cooking, how to set up camp, conduct an interfaith worship, plan an educational campfire program, learn basic rope skills and knots, learn the safe use of woods tools, safe fire preparation, outdoor first aid and plant and animal identification.  The skills taught are based on the outdoor skills found in The Boy Scout Handbook. The course is also ideal for Venturing leaders because it focuses on skills that build confidence and competence in leaders conducting outdoor camping experiences.

Go to the Last Frontier Council training site

Venturing Leadership Skills Course

This syllabus is designed to be used by Advisors to teach leadership skills to all Venturers in the crew. Nine leadership modules each begin with an activity and follow with a reflection. Completion of this course is a requirement for the Venturing Silver Award, and conducting the course is a requirement for the Venturing Advisor Award of Merit.

Search this site for postings of upcoming training.

Powder Horn

High-adventure resource training designed to introduce and expose Venturing and Boy Scout adult unit leaders to the activities and resources necessary to operate a successful outdoor/high-adventure unit-level program. The Last Frontier Council maintains dedicated Powder Horn and Wood Badge websites for more information.

Go to or for upcoming training opportunities


Seabadge is the official advanced training program of Sea Scouting in the BSA. The course is designed to provide the program specific management techniques that can improve the quality of the ships’ programming. It is an intensely participatory experience for the participants as they interact with one another and the faculty in seminars, workshops, role playing and discussions. The concepts are presented by veteran Sea Scouting leaders who will serve as the faculty for the course. At the same time, you will learn methods on how best to expand the program to allow more of our young people to be served in our communities.

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Wood Badge

Wood Badge is a 6 day course often spread over two 3-day weekends that covers advanced leadership skills in scouting. Wood Badge has evolved to become the core leadership skills for the BSA.  The course focuses on strengthening every volunteer’s ability to work with and lead groups of youth and adults.  Many people feel their wood badge experience was their most important training in scouting.

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A Good Training Plan
There is a lot of information available.  Where does one start?
Here’s a good strategy for a plan you can take.

Venturing Leader Fast Start
Youth Protection Training – Venturing Leaders

In the next month
Venturing Leader Specific Training (announcements on this site)
Hazardous Weather

In the first year
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (for outdoor oriented crews)
Safe Swim Defense
Safety Afloat

In the first or second year
Wood Badge
Powder Horn (announcements also on this site)
Venturing Leadership Skills Course (announcements on this site)

Venturing Forums
The Venturing Forum is a monthly meeting of Venturers and Venturing Leaders.  The meeting location changes each month to give crews the opportunities to explore some of the local adventures Oklahoma has to offer.  This forum is similar to a Scouting roundtable except Venturers are encouraged to attend.  Fellow Venturers and leaders enjoy fellowship, share ideas and learn about the coming plans for the Venturing District. The Venturing forum is not distinct training but a great way to pick up tips and ideas from other leaders.

Schedules of training
Updated schedules of training appear on the Last Frontier Council website.

All Venturing training opportunities will be listed on this site. Boy Scouting and Cub Scouting leaders should check the Last Frontier Council website.

Online Training
To begin eLearning modules, you will need to register and login at this website:

Select the online training you wish to take.  The next page will have a hyperlink to take to the training site.  If you are new, create an account.  You will be asked for your BSA registration number / ID.  This number is on your registration card.  If you haven’t received a card yet you can call customer service at the Last Frontier Council office at 824-1114.


3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Bob Melton // Aug 20, 2008 at 10:42 pm

    This page is outstanding. Well done Doug and Lisa! The Youth training page is also quite nice. Everything you need to understand the training program in Venturing is right here. Thanks for providing yet another example of us “getting our act together”.

  • 2 history // Jun 18, 2010 at 2:01 pm

    I am a Scoutmaster with very poor computer skills and am quite frustrated!! Perhaps you can help me. I have a user name and chosen a password but can not find where to submit it. I want to update my Youth Protection training. Please tell me how to do it !! Thank you.

  • 3 Doug Cook // Jun 18, 2010 at 3:10 pm

    Try going here

    This is your central portal online to get started.

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