Course Information

Participation Commitment:

All participants are required to complete all fields of requested information during the online registration process. All participants are required to arrive on time Friday mornings and remain in camp during both weekend sessions. They must participate with their patrol and troop in all course activities, events and lessons until each session’s closing. In addition to the two weekend sessions, there is at least one intersession patrol meeting that must be attended. Following the practical experience, each participant commits to complete the application phase over the following 18 months.

Course Costs:

Total cost for the course is $260 and includes training materials, food, lodging, supplemental uniform items and Wood Badge recognition items. Pre-registration is required. Deposits will be accepted, but the course fee must be paid in full no later than January 26th, 2020. A non-refundable $75 deposit is required with registration. Fees (minus $75 deposit) will be refunded, if you are unable to attend, provided you notify the Course Director by January 26, 2019.

**Opportunities may exist for scholarships. Contact the Course Director if you need assistance in locating these opportunities.

Location: Camp La No Che, 41940 Boy Scout Rd, Paisley, FL 32767

Course Uniform:

For the course, Scouters will need a complete official BSA uniform for the program or position in which they are registered. The mandatory uniform requirements include official BSA shirt, pants or shorts with the appropriate socks and belt. Information on other clothing and equipment needs will be provided to each registered participant prior to the course.

*Find a copy of Adult Uniform Inspection Sheet at

QUALIFICATIONS: YOU can participate in this exciting leadership training experience when you:

1. are a currently registered adult Scouter, active in a Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout Troop, Varsity Team, Venturing Crew, District, or Council, and are at least 18 years of age.

2. have completed the basic training courses for your position. 

3. be capable of functioning safely in an outdoor environment.

4. submit a completed BSA Medical Form (Parts A, B and C), signed by a physician within the course year.

5. submit an application, with a non-refundable deposit, to reserve your place on course.