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Standby Application

SCOUT LEADER WOOD BADGE

I am applying to attend the 2002 Advanced Leader Wood Badge training course on a "standby" basis if any last minute openings occur.  I understand that the registrations are currently full for this year but would like the opportunity to fill a last minute opening or be in line for next year's course.  I have completed basic leader training, i.e. Boy Scout Leader Basic Training / Scoutmastership Fundamentals / Commissioner Basic Training or Varsity Scout Leader Fundamentals. (This must be completed prior to course).  I understand that attendance at the following sessions is required for completion and certification.

  • Weekend #1:
    August 23, 2002 from 8:00 a.m. until August 25, 2002, at 6:00 p.m.
     
  • First mid-course-weekend meeting (To be arranged; approximately 2 hours.)
     
  • Second mid-course-weekend meeting (To be arranged; approximately 2 hours.)
     
  • Weekend #2:
    Sept. 27, 2002 from 8:00 a.m. until Sept. 29, 2002, at 5:00 p.m.

There is a pre-course meeting, on August 14, 2002 at 7:00 p.m. at the council office to complete registration, discuss "the ticket", and answer questions. Attendance is encouraged but not required. The course fee of $150 covers all course materials but does not cover the cost of meals for part of the second course weekend. A minimum $50 deposit still needs to accompany this standby application but will be refunded or applied towards next year's course if no additional openings occur for the 2002 course. Upon receipt of your application, we will mail further information to you. 

Instructions:

This is an on-line application. If you browser supports "forms" you should be able to fill in the blanks on the form below. Those items preceded by a red star (*) must be completed for your application to be submitted.
When you have completed filling in the application, click on the "Submit Application to Viking Council" button at the bottom of the application. The contents of the application will be submitted for you.
You need to complete the application process by forwarding the course deposit to the council office. The course fee is $150; the minimum deposit is $50. Be sure to identify your deposit with your name and address; indicate that the deposit is for Wood Badge Training.
The council address is:

    Viking Council, BSA
    Wood Badge Training
    5300 Glenwood Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55422

If you browser does not support "forms" simply print the page, fill in the application, and forward it with your deposit to the council address.

"Standby" Application for 
Wood Badge Course C-35-02

Items preceded by a red star (*) are required.
* First Name (given name): Middle Name
or Initial:
* Last Name (family name):
Nick Name (for name tags)
* Mailing Address:
* City: * State/Province: * Zip 5:
* Telephone
(include area code):
Fax
(include area code):
Full E-Mail Address:
How do you want us to contact you? Check all that apply.
  Mail:       Telephone:      Fax:        Email:
* Date of Birth:  * Gender: Male  Female
* Occupation: Religious Preference:
* Current BSA Registered Position (primary):
* Council: * District:
Unit type: Unit Number:
Years in Scouting as a Youth: Years in Scouting as an Adult:
* Name of basic leader training course: * Date completed:
  (must be prior to 8/15/2002)
Additional comments or information that you wish to provide:

         

 

Contact Wood Badge Staff Here

or

Go to our Wood Badge Information page
 

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