Training Recertification Guide

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Guide for BSA Training Expiration

 

Certain BSA training has an expiration date, for example "Youth Protection" expires 2 years after you complete the training and receive your certificate. The following guide is from National Council and is believed to be complete and accurate. Remember that the absolute proof of your training is your training card/certificate, so remember to keep them safe and accounted for.

  • Youth Protection - every two years - available on line
  • Safe Swim Defense - every two years - available on line
  • Visitation training - every two years - local council training
  • Climbing Lead Instructor - every two years - local council training
  • Climbing Instructor - every two years - local council training
  • COPE/Climbing Inspector - every two years - local council training
  • Safety Afloat - every two years - available on line
  • Chainsaw Safety - every two years - local council training
  • Hazardous Weather - every two years - available on line
  • Physical Wellness - every two years - available on line
  • Climb On Safely - every two years - available on line
  • Trek Safely - every two years - available on line

 

  • Paddle Craft Safety - every three years - local council training
  • Aquatics Supervision/Swimming and Water Rescue - every three years - local council training
  • BSA Lifeguard - every three years - local council training
  • Trainer's EDGE - every three years - local council training

 

  • National Camping School - good for five camping seasons - regional training

 

As changes are made to the courses and programs for Training this list will be updated as soon as the information is available.

Last Updated on Friday, 21 September 2012 03:08