1 Lakeview District Merit Badge Counselor Orientation and Training Updated by Larry Dew December 2015
2 Merit Badge Orientation Scout Buddy System Purpose of the Merit Badge Program The Merit Badge Process The Role of the Counselor Registration Process
3 Why do we have this Training? All Merit Badge Counselors must be trained in the aims of Scouting and in advancement procedures. The district or council advancement committee should train counselors either as a group or individually. Advancement Committee Policies and Procedures,2002
4 Reasons for Training? Knowledge Understanding Uniformity Vision
5 Buddy System A Scout must have a buddy with him at each meeting with a Merit Badge Counselor (MBC) Buddies may be: Another scout working on the same merit badge A parent, guardian, brother, sister, or relative A friend Review the Guide To Safe Scouting
6 Purpose of Merit Badges Basic character-developing tool Scouts learn career skills Scouts develop physical fitness and hobbies that give a lifetime of healthful recreation Contact with adults with whom they might not be acquainted
7 Purpose of Merit Badges To the fullest extent possible, the merit badge counseling relationship is a counselor-scout arrangement in which the boy is not only judged on his performance of the requirements, but receives maximum benefit from the knowledge, skill, character, and personal interest of this counselor. Group instruction and orientation should be followed by attention to each individual candidate's projects and his ability to fulfill all requirements."
8 The Merit Badge Process Scout selects a merit badge Subject that interests the Scout Eagle required merit badge
9 The Merit Badge Process Scout indicates interest to Scoutmaster who interviews and signs application Scoutmaster evaluates whether the Scout is prepared (by age, experience, prerequisites) to work on the particular Merit Badge. If so, the Scout is referred to the person(s) that maintain the Counselor lists. Scoutmaster also encourages the Scout to wear his uniform while working on his merit badge.
10 The Merit Badge Process Blue Card Requires SM signature for a scout to begin a Merit Badge.
11 The Merit Badge Process The Scout obtains the name & phone number of MBC. Scouts can use counselors outside or inside the Troop. Scouts should use as many different counselors as possible.
12 The Merit Badge Process Scout gets MB book Purchase at the Scout Shop Scouts may recycle used books Troop Library Regardless where the book is obtained It must be the current edition! BUT you can put old MB books to use as reference material.
13 The Merit Badge Process Scout and his buddy calls counselor Contact should be initiated by the Scout. Skills learned in this process could make job interviews easier. Scout should use appropriate language. Use yes sir/maam Slang and other loose language should be discouraged. These meetings should be handled in a businesslike, or professional manner.
14 The Merit Badge Process Counselor sets date, time and place, encourages Scouts to bring: MB book A buddy Signed application Blue Card Started projects
15 The Merit Badge Process At first interview decide upon Preparedness Knowledge Interest Goals Projects Planning future interviews/sessions
16 The Merit Badge Process Scout does work on his own with help from the counselor Some homework should be done to prepare Some work with the counselor should be done to perfect work and refine technique Testing of Scouts is done individually If more than one Scout is working on the merit badge at the same time, evaluation of each Scout should be done independently of other Scout s efforts.
17 The Merit Badge Process Just the Requirements (No more - No less) With the exception of accommodation made for handicapping conditions, ALL requirements must be completed. Counselors MAY NOT add requirements. Scouts MAY do more if THEY wish to. Consult the BSA s published guidelines for accommodating Scouts with special needs.
18 The Merit Badge Process Test as you go Scouts need not meet all requirements at one time. They may be signed off as they complete each one. Merit Badge Counselor helps the Scout Be a judge or evaluator. Be a friend, advocate, resource, teacher.
19 The Merit Badge Process The Merit Badge Counselor should not keep the blue card The Scout should keep the blue card Once the merit badge work has been completed, the counselor will give the signed blue card (two parts) back to the Scout
20 The Merit Badge Process Boy Scout Advancement Procedure 1. Learning 2. Testing 3. Reviewing 4. Recognition
21 The Merit Badge Process Scout turns in completed blue card Scout returns both portions (unit and applicant) intact for advancement record keeping. Blue card is given to Scoutmaster for his signature, then given to the Advancement Chairman Scout keeps his copy When the Scout gets his portion of the blue card, he should find a safe place to keep it.
22 The Merit Badge Process Youth Protection Don t overlook this!! Require the buddy system. Will keep the counselor out of trouble.
23 The Role of the Counselor The counselor should not be learning the badge with the Scout. Be Prepared!
24 The Role of the Counselor 1. Make Scout feel welcome 2. Review Requirements 3. Test & Retest 4. Encourage practice 5. Follow up 6. Atmosphere for questions 7. Genuine interest
25 The Role of the Counselor A Merit Badge Counselor needs to possess: (1) Knowledge (2) Skill (3) Character (4) Interest
26 The Role of the Counselor Duties as a Coach Teach required skills Opportunity to practice Genuine interest Enthusiasm
27 The Role of the Counselor Duties as an Examiner Current Requirements NO MORE, NO LESS Duties to the Troop and BSA Renew registration Youth Protection Training -now available online Follow BSA policies
28 Administrative The Forms CURRENT Adult Application Form Merit Badge Counselor Information Form (#34405)
29 Administrative All merit badge counselors must be registered through the District The merit badge counselor candidate must completely fill out and sign an Adult Application and a Merit Badge Counselor Information Form. The Troop Committee Chair and COR are responsible for checking references and vouching for the candidate. The Council Advancement Committee reviews the forms (completeness and clarity.)the information is then entered into The Database.
30 Administrative Reasons for Registration Process The MBC information form states, "Renew my registration annually if I plan to continue as a merit badge counselor" Unless requested the counselor will remain registered, however YPT must be maintained. The bottom of the MBC Information form states, "Note: The BSA Adult Registration Application must be attached" and copy of the current YPT card.
31 Are There Exceptions to the Rule Swimming & Lifesaving MB DO NOT require BSA Lifeguard Certificate BUT Rifle and Shotgun Shooting MB DO NOT require NRA Course Certificate to teach BUT is a MUST to run a RANGE
32 What happens with my Application Candidate turns in MBC form and Adult App Troop approves (signs) Troop forwards MBC form, Council and Charter Org copy to Dist Adv Comm. District creates MBC list, online on Dist website Dist files MBC form & Charter Org copy of App Dist turns in MBC list & Council copy of App for DE signature & approval by Council Adv Comm.
33 What about my Personal Information The District keeps the Chartered Org copy of the Adult App which does NOT have your SS# on it. Only the Council gets your Adult App with the SS# on it.
34 District Goal Publish updated MBC List online at our District website.
35 Administrative Adult Application Provides important information about an adult This information must be filled out carefully and completely.
36 Administrative X MeritBadge Counselor Lakeview District Adult Application 042 Merit Badge Counselor Position Code = 042 In Top right corner fill in MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR and LAKEVIEW DISTRICT.
37 Administrative MBC Information Form collects information about a counselor and the merit badges to be counseled. The level of involvement the candidate has with the subject matter.
38 Changes If during the year you change Merit Badges which you are a counselor then just complete a new MBC Information form. Turn it into your troop. Your troop will forward a copy to the District Advancement Committee. The District will update the MBC List.
39 QUIZ TIME LAKEVIEW DISTRICT MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR QUIZ ANSWERS
40 LAKEVIEW DISTRICT MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR QUIZ 1. A Merit Badge Counselor may only be a counselor for four Merit Badges. T F 2. A Merit Badge Counselor may only be a counselor for six Merit Badges. T F 3. A Merit Badge Counselor may not coach his own son or close relative unless he is part of a group of Scouts all working on the same Merit Badge. 4. A Merit Badge Counselor who works only with a single unit needs only the unit committee chairman's and chartered organization representative's approval before being approved by the Scout Executive. T F 5. Persons serving as Merit Badge Counselors must be registered as a Merit Badge Counselor with the Boy Scouts of America. T F T F
41 LAKEVIEW DISTRICT MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR QUIZ 6. Registered Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters who also serve as Merit Badge Counselor do not need to separately re-register as a Merit Badge Counselor. T F 7. A Scout may earn no more than six Merit Badges from the same Merit Badge Counselor. T F 8. Once an adult is approved as a Merit Badge Counselor, s/he is approved for life and never has to be re-approved again. T F 9. A unit Board of Review may approve the awarding of a Merit Badge in lieu of an approved Merit Badge Counselor. T F 10. A Scout must complete all the requirements for a Merit Badge within 12 months or he must start over. T F
42 LAKEVIEW DISTRICT MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR QUIZ 11. A Merit Badge Counselor may take the Scout beyond the specific requirements of the Merit Badge, so he may discover more about the subject and continue the learning process. T F 12. Due to the BSA policies related to child protection and two deep leadership, a Merit Badge Counselor must have another adult present during all Merit Badge Counseling sessions. T F 13. A Merit Badge Counselor for areas such a Pioneering Cooking, Hiking, and Camping must accompany the Scout on these activities; therefore, it is usually more appropriate for the Scoutmaster or an Assistant Scoutmaster to be the Merit Badge Counselor. T F 14. There is a training program for Merit Badge Counselors. T F 15. A unit Board of Review, at the option of the Advancement Chairman, may examine a Scout on any part of a completed Merit Badge. T F
43 LAKEVIEW DISTRICT MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR QUIZ 16.If because of the weather, locale, or some other condition makes meeting all of the conditions of the Merit Badge requirements impractical, the Merit Badge Counselor with his greater pool of skill and knowledge in the area may substitute requirements for those stated for the Merit Badge. T F 17.Merit Badge Counselors must be at least 18 years old. 18.The four steps in the advancement and Merit Badge program are: (1) Learning (2) Testing (3) Reviewing (4 )Recognition
44 LAKEVIEW DISTRICT MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR QUIZ 19. The requirements for a Merit Badge on the Eagle required list has one set of requirements in the scout's Boy Scout Handbook, a different set in the Merit Badge Pamphlet, and a third set in the Boy Scout Requirements, current edition. What should the Merit Badge Counselor do? (Circle letter corresponding to correct answer) a. Use the set in the Scout's The Boy Scout Handbook because those are the ones in effect when the Scout joined the Boy Scouts. b. Use the set in the Merit Badge Pamphlet since that is the official publication for the Merit Badge. c. Create an optimum set of requirements by combining the requirements of all three publications. d. Use the requirements as listed in the Boy Scout Requirements, current edition A Merit Badge Counselor must possess: (1) Knowledge (2) Skill (3) Character (4) Interest 21. Have you completed the Merit Badge Counselor form and turned it into your troop? YES 22. Have you completed an adult application for the position of Merit Badge Counselor? YES
45 Thank you After turning in the Adult Application and MBC form you are MB Counselor through April. You will be notified if there is a problem with your application THANK YOU for volunteering your time, and sharing your skills.
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