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2021 National Youth Leadership Training What is NYLT? The training of youth leaders in the Unit is important in helping individual Scouts, Venturers, and the Unit grow. The Boy Scouts of America has developed a six-day training experience, the National Youth Leadership Training Course (NYLT) that has proven valuable in the training of youth leaders. The course will stress the skills of leadership that will make youth leaders more effective in their Unit leadership positions. Perhaps more importantly, the Scout…Read More »
The Cape Fear Council is excited to offer a Merit Badge College on December 27-30. Merit Badge Classes will be offered as a morning session and an afternoon session, each session will be $20. Morning classes will begin at 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM and Afternoon classes will begin at 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. While most merit badges can be completed during the class time, there are some requirements that will need to be completed either before or after…Read More »
We are proud to announce our partnership with the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington to offer a dual merit badge class of Pottery and Sculpture Merit Badges. Scouts will meet at The CAM where they will receive docent guided tour of the exhibits and art instruction from a CAM certified professional instructor. All requirements of the merit badge will be covered in class. Scouts should attend in Class A uniform and wear a shirt underneath that they can clay on…Read More »
The training classes offered are: Basics of Rifle Shooting and Basics of Shotgun Shooting. This training is designed to improve knowledge and skills of shooting a Rifle and Shotgun in an 8hr session for each firearm type on the dates listed below. The Basics of Shooting classes are designed for youth and adults. Rifle or Shotgun Instructor Candidates: Adults interested in an advanced Instructor certification must complete three classes – Basics of Shooting Class (Rifle or Shotgun), Basic Instructor Training…Read More »
Wilderness First Aid (WFA) is the assessment of and treatment given to an ill or injured person in a remote environment where definitive care of a physician and/or rapid transport is not readily available. In this WFA class, course participants learn how to assess, treat, and, when possible, prevent medical and traumatic emergencies within the scope of their training. CPR certification is also covered in this class. Subjects Covered in Course: • Patient Assessments • Chest Injuries • Shock •…Read More »
The training classes offered are: Basics of Pistol Shooting and Basic Instructor Training (BIT). The basic training is designed to improve knowledge and skills of shooting a pistol in a single 8hr session on the date listed below. The Basics of Shooting classes are designed for youth and adults. Basic Instructor Training (BIT) is designed to improve knowledge and skills to conduct a training class in a single 8hr session and is a pre-requisite training for Instructor Level Training. Pistol…Read More »
The certifications offered are: NRA Rifle Instructor and NRA Shotgun Instructor. These are the certifications required by the Guide to Safe Scouting to operate a Rifle or Shotgun range for Scouts and Venturers. This training experience will consist of instruction conducted in a single 8hr session for each shooting discipline. Saturday will consist of NRA Rifle Instructor Training and Sunday will consist of NRA Shotgun Instructor Training. All attendees must have completed the Basics of Shooting course for the instructor…Read More »
The certifications offered are: NRA Pistol Instructor and NRA Range Safety Officer (RSO). These are the certifications required by the Guide to Safe Scouting to operate a firearm shooting range for Scouts and Venturers. This training experience will consist of instruction conducted in 8hr sessions for both the NRA Pistol Instructor session and NRA Range Safety Officer (RSO) session. Saturday will consist of NRA Pistol Instructor Training and Sunday will consist of NRA Range Safety Officer Training. All attendees must…Read More »
NOAC is the premier event of the Order of the Arrow and is Scouting’s second-largest national event after the National Jamboree. The theme for NOAC 2022 is Tomorrow Begins Today. In 2022, several thousand Arrowmen from across our nation are expected to gather at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville during the week of 23-30 July. At NOAC, you will gain a deeper understanding of what it means to “live” the words of the Scout Oath and Law each day;…Read More »
Refund Policy Fees are generally not refundable; however they are transferable to other Scouts in the same unit. Full refunds will only be considered if requested in writing using the Activity Transfer/Refund Request Form a minimum of two weeks prior to the start of Council organized activity (cub camp, merit badge days, jamboree, Philmont, etc.) and are subject to approval by the Council Camping Committee.
Partial refunds may be given for later requests due to emergencies, medical situations or mandatory summer school. Requests for partial refunds must be received in writing by the Program Director no later than 10 days after the conclusion of activity and will be reviewed by the Council Camping Committee. Notify the Program Director immediately if a Scout may not attend activity due to illness, injury or a personal issue.
All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing and mailed to the Council Service Center attention Program Director or emailed to email@example.com. Attention: Activity Transfer/Refund Request. Please include how the check should be made out, who it is to be mailed to, and all pertinent information in relation to the reason for the refund.