WoodBadge

Wood Badge
April 22-24 and May 14-15 2022
Camp Powhatan

What is Wood Badge?
Reflecting the best of nearly a century ofScouting experience, Wood Badge draws upon the most current leadership models used by corporate America, academic circles, and successful organizations throughout the country.

Baden Powell began Wood Badge training in 1919 as a way to ensure that the leaders of Scout troops were properly trained. Since then Wood Badge has been held worldwide, providing advanced leadership training to thousands of Scout leaders.

Wood Badge builds upon the best traditions and experiences of the BoyScouts of America and also draws from a wide range of courses within and beyond the bounds of Scouting to present the latest in leadership theory and team development.

WHY ATTEND?
By taking Wood Badge, Scouters will acquire valuable tools such as listening, communicating, conflict management, project planning and leading change. Participants will better learn to understand and appreciate diversity and differences in our society. You will learn skills that will make you a better Scout leader. Units with trained leaders are able to deliver an improved program and a more meaningful experience for the youth Scouting serves.

By attending Wood Badge, you will internalize the 5 themes of Wood Badge: Living theValues, Growing,Connecting, Guiding,Empowering

Cost

Paid-in-full registration of $300 is required by March 22, 2022. A discount of $150 is available for participants who pay in full at registration (total cost of $150) by February 22, 2022. Cost includes training materials and most meals (participants will share responsibility for providing campsite meals on the second weekend).

Register Today for Wood Badge

BRMC Wood Badge Information.

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WoodBadge

Wood Badge
April 22-24 and May 14-15 2022
Camp Powhatan

What is Wood Badge?
Reflecting the best of nearly a century ofScouting experience, Wood Badge draws upon the most current leadership models used by corporate America, academic circles, and successful organizations throughout the country.

Baden Powell began Wood Badge training in 1919 as a way to ensure that the leaders of Scout troops were properly trained. Since then Wood Badge has been held worldwide, providing advanced leadership training to thousands of Scout leaders.

Winterplace is pleased to offer the “Scouts on Ski’s” program again this season February 6, 2022.

A $159.00 value for $80

The Blue Ridge Mountains Council (BRMC) has established a BALOO & IOLS Instructor Corps. The mission of this instructor corps is to provide Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) training for Cub Scout pack adult leaders and Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) training for Scouts BSA troop and Venturing crew adult leaders across the council (22 counties and 5 cities) on a regular basis all year round.  These courses are NOT available online, and must be attended in person.

Blue Ridge Mountains Council, BSA
Service Center 

New Location:
805 Winona Ave., Suite A, (no mail service, use mailing address below)
Roanoke, VA  24015

Mailing Address:
PO Box 7606
Roanoke, VA 24019

Office Hours:
Tuesday – Friday 10 AM – 4 PM or by appointment
Phone support available Mon.–Fri. 9 AM–5 PM: 540 265-0656 

For Scout Shop Supplies there are options available:

We have partnered with the Virginia Headwaters Council in Waynesboro, VA for your advancement and uniform needs. They offer $9 shipping on any size order for 2-day shipping options. Order online at www.vahcbsa.org or call 540 943-6675

Visit Outdoor Trails! They now carry uniform items, books, advancement, and more!
2 locations: Lynchburg (434) 386-4302 & Daleville (540) 992-5850 or https://outdoortrails.com/
Discounts available for BSA Members!