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Philmont Training Schedule

Philmont Training Center Special Needs PatchBSA's National Philmont Training Center is located at the Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimmaron, New Mexico. Your family can attend with you -- there are spouse programs, and programs for boys and girls 1 yr old and older. You stay in platform tents with cots and have access to modern showers and restrooms. If you are interested in attending any of these training's, please contact your local Council.

The Working with Scouts with Disabilities session is one week. There is a fee for Conference Participants, Spouses and Children.

While you are at the training session, others in your group can be on a Mountain Trek or at National Junior Leader Training Course. Fees include all meals, conference and program materials, and lodging.

Other sessions can be seen at the Philmont Web Pages provided by Seldon Bell.

On-Line Training
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Training Skit

    As part of his Woodbadge ticket Brian Schuldt developed a skit which has been in use since as a training tool in the Chief Seattle Council, WA. This is a great skit for Train the Trainer, Adult Leader Training, Commissioners College, or Pow Wows. It's short and to the point, a great topic for Roundtables. View the skit.

  • Coping with  a Hyperactive Boy Scout at Summer Camp

This was prepared by Pam Glidden, Green River District, Chief Seattle Council, WA for use in the district. View the article.

  • disAbility Awareness Night Planning,

A handout developed by Judy Polak, CSRTC. that assist Scouters in putting on a disAbility awareness night for Scouts. View the article.

(WWSWd Editorial Note) "While titled Boy Scouts & Summer Camp, the information is applicable to Cub Scouts, Varsity Scouts and Venturers on any outing."

Although it was written for Cub Scouts, the material can be used by any group.

BSA Videos
video-tapeMany of the videos produced by the BSA are close captioned. We have listed these along with other sources of publications available in large print, cassette, video, Braille, etc. on our Scouting Resources page


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