Cub Scout Leadership Course
The purpose of the Cub Scout Leadership Course is to assist Cubs in their duty as a Sixer or Second.
By attending this Course, Cubs will gain confidence, strengthen their own abilities and be able to take more responsibility in the Pack.
They may have the opportunity to meet other Cubs from their District or Region, learn more about the Six system and take home new ideas.
The Cub Scout Leadership Course manual has been designed and approved by the National Cub Scout Council and is designed to assist Leaders to run a Leadership Course for Sixers and Seconds.
The set program is the basic minimum requirement to run the course as a one-day activity, however, it can be expanded to run over a weekend camp, if required.
Suggested session times have been included however, please note, that the length of each session may vary according to the number of Cub Scouts that are attending.
The sessions provided in the manual can be presented in any order and will depend on the make-up of your group of Cub Scouts.
The Promise and Law Challenge Card is to be completed over a two-week period and is returned and verified by the Cub Scout Leader.
The Cub Scout Leadership Course Badge is awarded when the Course and the Promise and Law Challenge Card have been completed.
It is recommended that the Leadership Course Badge is presented in the Pack and not on the Course, so as to motivate and inspire other Cub Scouts within the Pack.
A certificate of attendance should be presented at the Course.
It is strongly recommended that this formal training be done on a District basis where ever possible, however, if this is not possible, then Packs are encouraged to combine with another Pack or District to run the Course.
Leaders should always seek the assistance of their District Cub Scout Leader for assistance with this Course.
The Badges are purchased by the District Cub Scout Leader/Cub Scout Leader through the Scout Shop.
Cub Scout Leadership Course Manual