The next Central Region Seabadge class will be held October 5-7 at the Indian Mound Scout Reservation in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Registration is now open!

Seabadge is intense leadership and management training focused on the “how-to” aspects of managing a successful youth-led Sea Scout program. While Seabadge was developed as an advanced leadership training program for experienced Sea Scout adult leaders the course is open to all adult Scout leaders. The driving theme for the training is to “Focus on Youth”, which makes the course especially valuable for any Scout leader dealing with older youth.

Seabadge does not cover topics like boating, knots, or other program-related materials found in the Sea Scout Manual. Seabadge is a weekend course that begins Friday afternoon and concludes with a closing ceremony before lunch on Sunday. Course participants and staff function as a model ship to help participants understand how a ship or youth-led unit should function.

The curriculum includes twenty sessions, with established objectives, that are presented in a motivating and informative forum

Course Pre-requisites
Course applicants must meet the following minimum standard requirements prior to consideration for participation in a Seabadge course:
1. Is a registered adult member of the Boy Scouts of America.
2. Has completed the basic training courses for their Scouting position and Leader Specific: Sea Scout Adult Leader Basic training.
3. Youth Protection Training version 2
4. Must be at least 19 years of age by the beginning of course.
(*Please provide proof of training*)

Uniform Requirements
Sea Scout participants will wear the Official Sea Scout Uniform (formerly called New Century Universal Uniform). The activity uniform (a Sea Scout or Course polo [that will be available for purchase] along with khaki pants can be worn during the remainder of the course.

Other Scout participants will wear their official Scouting uniforms (official Scout leader shirt, Scout pants, leather or web belt, and official socks) with the shoulder loops signifying their Scouting program. Each person has the option of wearing uniform short, long pants, or a skirt. The activity uniform (a Scout or Course polo [that will be available for purchase] along with khaki pants can be worn during the remainder of the course.

Registration Information
Pay online at:
$175 per person
There is a $50 non-refundable deposit. Full payment is due by August 1, 2018.
($25 per person early arrival fee for those wishing to arrive Thursday evening)

For More Information Contact
Tammy Campbell Course Director
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