Re: Youth Protection Training
Jim McMaster (mcmaster@SWENG.STORTEK.COM)
Tue, 9 Apr 1996 08:52:32 -0600
Paul H. Brown wrote:
> On Sat, 6 Apr 1996, Hal Dudley wrote:
> > I think that the current Youth Protection Training program, introduced in
> > early '95 is the right one to be using. I understand that it is required
> > once per year. Commissioners in our district teach it. We have had
> > moderate success having the adults take the training and are sarting on the
> > second year of the training. It is offered as part of Cub basic and Scout
> > basic.
> My understanding is: Once trained, forever trained.
> Paul H. Brown, UC, GW District, National Capital Area Council, BSA
This is no longer true. YPT is required every three years for all
registered adults. In Basic Leader Training a few weeks ago, they
said a new requirement is to appoint a SA to keep track of the
training, to ensure everyone's training is current.
SM Troop 70
WL Pack 179
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