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As a volunteer with Scouts Canada, you are required to complete basic mandatory training in order to become active and compliant.

Training is available on-line through E-learning for the following courses.

The following training is required upon registering as a volunteer and should be completed within 90 days of registering.

  • Accessibility Training AODA
  • Child and Youth Safety
  • Module 1
                 Session 1: Welcome to Scouting
                 Session 2: What is Scouting?
                 Session 3: What is your role in all of this?
                 Session 4: How Scouting helps you deliver a quality program
                 Session 5: How Scouting helps you deliver a safe program (CYS session)
                 Session 6: How you can help Scouting reach more young people (Accessibility session)
                 Session 7: What comes next


Within the first year of being a volunteer, you are also required to complete the rest of the Wood Badge I for the Canadian Path. 

  • All Section Scouters need to complete the Woodbadge I for the Canadian Path 
  • Group Committee Volunteers need to complete Wood Badge Part I - Committee
  • Wood Badge Part I for Group Commissioners and Group Youth Commissioners are only offered in person.


In Person Training


Woodbadge Part I

Residential Training covers the same topics as e-learning, but allows for interaction with your fellow volunteers and the opportunity to ask questions and get in person examples. All in person training is integrated with the Canadian Path.

  • Wood Badge I for the Canadian Path. 

WoodBadge Part II

Woodbadge Part II explores in-depth the role of a section scouter. It goes deeper into outdoor skills and planning for more challenging expeditions and activities. All in person training is integrated with the Canadian Path.


Youth Training


Currently, Youth Leadership training in the Council is being re-worked.

Specialized Courses


Want to run a training course?


With the exception of First Aid training, no training courses may be put on without the approval and/or consultation of the Training Team. Please contact DCC Sherryl Eatmon at for details. 

Approval of the CYC must be sought for any training course involving youth from more than two Scouting groups or that is held by an Area(s). This is to ensure that all training delivered to youth is in line with Scouts Canada’s values and is beneficial for the further development of our youth members. 

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.

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