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Bachelors Requirements

Masters Requirements

Doctoral Requirements

Advanced Studies

Registration Application
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Class Schedule

Commissioner Basic Training 

Roundtable Commissioner Conference

BACHELORS COURSES

BCS 100 - PLENARY SESSION

BCS 101 - INTRODUCTION TO COMMISSIONER SCIENCE. An overview of commissioner service and the single most important resource--The Commissioner Field Book.

BCS 102 - UNIT CHARTER RENEWAL. Review a proven plan for reregistering Scouting units on time with minimal loss in membership and leaders. Learn the role of the commissioner to facilitate and achieve on-time charter renewal.

BCS 103 - THE COMMISSIONER AND THE DISTRICT. Interaction of the commissioner with the district executive and district committee. Understanding district and council operation.

BCS 104 - UNIT VISITATION. Provides participants with insights on effective unit visits, what to look for, and how to be a help -- not a hindrance.

BCS 105 - PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO COMMON UNIT NEEDS. Helps commissioners understand how to respond to unit needs. Participants become familiar with Unit Commissioner Worksheets and Commissioner Helps for Packs, Troops, and Posts.

BCS 106 - A COMMISSIONER'S PRIORITIES. Suggests the priorities for a unit commissioner's Scouting time and energy, reviews steps in handling unit problems, and covers the important Quality Unit Award.

BCS 110 - COMMISSIONER STYLES.  Presents important qualities of commissioner diplomacy, a concept of “exceptional service,” thoughts about “roots and wings,” service recover, and explains how to remove a volunteer

BCS 112 - WHAT WOULD YOU DO? A group participation/discussion session on 10 fascinating situations that commissioners might encounter.

BCS 117 - VENTURING BASICS. A view of the basics of the Venturing program covering structure, membership requirements, advancement, and an explanation of how this differs from a troop.

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