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To learn more about all of the currently active programs with the Five Trails District, please click on a topic below and a list of articles will be displayed. 

Youth Protection Training


Effective September 1, 2017, Youth Protection Training (YPT) will be required for all Adult Leaders (including Tiger Cub parents) at the time of registration.

Paper applications from new Adult Leaders must be accompanied by a YPT completion certificate, which must be filed with the application.

Because completion of YPT is now required for all leaders at the time of registration, unit leaders must obtain copies of the YPT completion certificates from the Adult Leaders who register online before approving their application.

With the upcoming renewal cycle, the Internet Rechartering system will be updated so that units cannot submit the registration renewal of any Adult Leader who does not have current YPT as of the effective date of the renewal. Completion of YPT as part of the online registration system will be required in a future update. Additionally, Council registrars will no longer be able to override the registration system to register any leader whose YPTraining is not current.

Effective beginning the 2018 BSA summer camp season, any Adult Leader accompanying a Boy Scout Troop to a residence camp or other Scouting activity lasting 72 hours or more must be registered as an Adult Leader, including completion of a CBC and YPT, even if they are the parent of a youth on the trip.

Please Note: Texas State Code YC06-0014 supersedes the above overnight activity requirement; Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training (F2F YPT) is required for all Adult Leaders attending a Council camp, including Summer/Winter/Day/Twilight Camps. In Circle Ten Council, if the Adult Leader does not have proof of current F2F YPT, they will be required to attend that training at the first-offered F2F YPT course upon arrival at camp.

Reminder #1:
YPT training of any kind is effective for two (2) years from the date of training completion. 

Reminder #2: ALL Adult Leaders (including Merit Badge Counselors), regardless of which BSA program they participate in, MUST have a current YPT completion certificate on file for course Y01. In addition to a Y01 certificate, Adult Leaders for Venturing (or other programs which are co-ed) must ALSO have a YPT completion certificate for course Y02. Adult Leaders in BSA's Exploring program must ALSO have a YPT completion certificate for course Y03 in addition to course Y01. 

Important Note:
 IF any Adult Leader in Five Trails District has taken F2F YPT (instead of or in addition to) the online YPT training, their F2F YPT will not "automatically" be recorded in BSA's online system for training records. Therefore, they may "appear" to be non-compliant when, in fact, they have met the requirement. To avoid the challenge resulting from this, Adult Leaders may send their F2F YPT information to the Five Trails District YPT Advocate, who will update their YPT information in BSA's online system. To request registration of one's F2F YPT completion, Adult Leaders should email a copy of their F2F YPT card to YPTadvocate@fivetrails.org along with the full name under which they are registered AND their BSA member ID #. The Five Trails District YPT Advocate will confirm (by return email) that their training record has been updated after completion of this task. 

 

 

Training - Adult Leaders 

Note: ALL Adult Leaders (including MB Counselors) MUST take Youth Protection Training (YPT). For details, see the YPT article HERE

For Cub Scout Leader Training click HERE.

For Boy Scout Leader Training click HERE.

For Venturing Leader Training click HERE. (Note: Venturing Adult Leaders must ALSO take Venturing Youth Protection Training in addition to the YPT listed above.) 

Explorer Leader Training — TBD (Note: Explorer Adult Leaders must ALSO take Exploring Youth Protection Training in addition to the YPT listed above.) 

 

Note: The word "training" implies "leadership training" (as opposed to "skills development").

 

 

 

Upcoming Training

[STILL UNDER DEVELOPMENT]

This page will be periodically updated to list upcoming training for Adult Leaders.

Cub Leader Training 

 

  • 2017/09/30 — Train-O-Ree (at Camp Wisdom) — Den Leader-Specific, Cubmaster-Specific, F2F YPT — see the flyer HERE (there is a live link to register on CampMaster!)
  • 2017/10/14 — Five Trails Leader-Specific Training (at PPUMC) — Den Leader-Specific, Cubmaster-Specific, F2F YPT — REGISTRATION TBD ....
  • 2017/11/04 — BALOO = Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (at Camp Wisdom) [required for overnight campouts!] — REGISTRATION TBD ....  

Boy Scout Leader Training

  • 2017/09/23  — SALT (at Camp James Ray)  — Hosted by Eagle Trail District  —  register on Campmaster
  • 2017/10/13-15 — SALT & IOLS (combined) (at Brockdale Park at Lake Lavon) — Hosted by Duck Trails District —  register on Campmaster

Advanced/Other Training

TBD

 

 

 

 

Venturing Roundtable

The monthly Venturing Roundtable occurs at 7:30 pm October thru May on the second Monday of every month. 

In September, the Venturing Roundtable occurs jointly with the Cub Scout Roundtable (7:00 pm) and the Boy Scout Roundtable (7:00 pm for September only) before school starts in Coppell and Irving. 

The monthly roundtable is held at:  

Plymouth Park United Methodist Church (PPUMC)
1615 West Airport Freeway
Irving, TX 75062

in a Sunday School room at the church.  

 

Satank OA Chapter

The Order of the Arrow (OA) is BSA's honor society for Boy Scout Troops and Varsity Teams, with members elected by their peers (including both members and non-members).  Each District is associated with a specific OA Chapter.  Each OA Chapter is a member of their OA Lodge, which is associated with a Council.  

The Circle Ten Council's OA Lodge is the Mikanakawa Lodge

The Five Trails District's OA Chapter is the Satank Chapter.  
NOTE: This is a NEW-NEW LINK for the Satank Chapter web site which was just made available. 

 

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