Adult Leader Position Specific Training Record

Course #:   60                              Course Title:  Pack Committee Challenge


Training Tasks Required

Cub Scout Aims and Policies
 Date Completed:Trainer Initials:
Describe the three goals of Scouting and how Cub Scouting helps to fulfill those goals.
Describe the eight methods of Cub Scouting and how they support the three aims of Scouting.
Describe the Youth Protection policies of the Boy Scouts of America.
Cub Scout Pack Organization
 Date Completed:Trainer's Initials:
Describe the organization of a Cub Scout Pack.
Describe the relationship between the Cub Pack and the chartering organization.
Describe the relationship of the Dens to the Cub Pack and the organization and purpose of age/grade-based Dens.
Cub Scout Pack Committee Roles and Responsbilities
 Date CompletedTrainer's Inititals:
Describe the roles and purpose of the Pack Key 3.
Describe and demonstrate the structure of: *
 Date CompletedTrainer's Inititals:
Planning process for a Pack meeting to include time, place, length, availability of leaders, etc.
 Date CompletedTrainer's Inititals:
Describe the benefits and use of a monthly Cub Scout theme to guide the pack meeting planning process.
Describe the specific duties and responsibilities of the following eight positions in a functional pack committee: *
 Date Completed:Trainers Initials:
Committee Chair
Advancement Chair
Public Relations Chair
Outdoor Activity Chair
Membership and Registration Chair
Friends of Scouting (FOS) Chair
Cub Scout Pack Committee Meetings
Describe the purpose and conduct of the five parts of a Cub Scout Pack committee meeting: *
 Date Completed:Trainers Initials:
Evaluate the Previous Month
Finalize the Current Month
Planning Ahead
Unit Leader Enhancements
Social Time and Fellowship
Cub Scout Pack Annual Program Planning
Describe the purpose and importance of the six steps inherent to a successful Pack Annual Program Planning process: *
 Date Completed:Trainers Initials:
Collect key dates
Review past year activities/accomplishments
Brainstorm potential activities/events
Assign responsibilities for activities/events
Disseminate plan to families
Review plan periodically at committee meetings
Cub Scout Pack Budgeting
Describe the importance of the annual program plan to the need for development of an annual budget *
 Date Completed:Trainers Initials:
Describe some of the most common expense items within the annual operating budget of the Pack
Describe some of the most effective sources of income for support to the Pack’s annual program

Trainer Certification

The above name individual has successfully complete Cub Scout Den Leader and Assistant Specific Training (C41 / C42)
Trainer Certification: Enter signature using mouse or finger on tablet device. *
By submitting, you are electronically sending this form to the
Daniel Webster Council, Boy Scouts of America

This form is being submitted electronically to Brian Doehner, Registrar and to your
District Training Chaiman for processing.

Thank you for your leadership to the Boy Scouts of America.

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