Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST) is a course designed to teach Scouts with leadership positions about their new roles and the organizational and leadership skills needed to most effectively reach success in their roles. The Course curriculum will be delivered virtually; we will have a two-hour session beginning at 10:00 AM Central and a two-hour session beginning at 1:00 PM Central. ILST is a prerequisite for National Youth Leadership Training. Scouts can participate individually or with other Scouts from their Troop. 

Cub Scout Leader Orientation
This three-hour virtual training for leaders and adults, 9:00 AM until Noon Central, on March 20, provides a quick start to post-pandemic Cub Scouting for Dens and Packs. This includes ideas for a wide variety of proven methods for building a successful Unit program. A one-hour fireside chat with experienced leaders begins at 11:00 AM Central to cover any questions or open topic discussions. 

Kettle Country District SM/ASM Leader Specific Training
For all Scouts BSA leaders, including Troop Committee members and unit parents. The focus is on Troop operations, using the patrol method. This training is commonly referred to as the “Indoor Session.” It will take place at the Saukville Town Hall on Saturday,  March 27, from 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM Central. Registration is free. Bring your own sack lunch.

Scouts BSA Leader Orientation
This virtual training will be a three-hour introduction for leaders and parents, on Saturday, March 27, from 9:00 AM to Noon (Central). The first two hours will review activities and methods for building strong Unit program. A fireside chat with experienced leaders follows.

National Youth Leadership Training (Traditional)
Registration continues for the NYLT Pack-and-Paddle course on August 7-15. A wait list has begun for the traditional course, set for June 20-26
. Both courses will be held at Camp Hiawatha.

Wood Badge Registration Continues
The premier adult leadership training program. If you have any questions, contact Christopher George, the Course Director, at