The purpose of the Commissioner's College is to offer commissioners a vehicle for continuing their education through advanced learning experiences in unit service. The College's objectives are to help commissioners expand their skills beyond those of Commissioner Basic Training and to expand the unit service philosophy. The goal of this experience is to promote the increased effectiveness of the individual commissioner.
This ongoing training opportunity will benefit new Commissioners, as well as, experienced ones. Any adult leader that is curious about the numerous resources available in the Scouting movement is invited to attend.
As a participant, you will be able to register for six courses based upon how many years you have attended a Commissioner's College. Please pursue the course offerings and make your decisions based upon your current job as a Unit, District, or Council Commissioner.
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8:00 a.m.: Check in and Registration8:30 a.m.: Opening Session9:00 a.m.: First Period10:00 a.m.: Second Period11:00 a.m.: Third Period12:00 p.m.: Lunch12:45 p.m.: Fourth Period1:45 p.m.: Fifth Period2:45 p.m.: Sixth Period 3:45 p.m.: Seventh Period4:45 p.m.: Graduation and Closing
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For additional information or questions, please contact the Chancellor, Mark Irwin by phone at 502-338-7937 or email at email@example.com. You may also contact David Sikes at (502) 361-2624 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All materials from this training are available below.Administration of Commissioner Service ManualCommissioner Fieldbook of Unit ServiceCommissioner Help for Packs, Troops, CrewsCouncil Commissioner ManualUnit Performance GuideGuidelines for Unit Self-Assessment and Action Planning MeetingRoundtable/Huddle Staff Progress Record for the Scouter's Training AwardRoundtable/Huddle Commissioner Progress Record for the Arrowhead Honor/Commissioner KeyDistrict and Assistance District Commissioner Progress Record for the Commissioner Key/Arrowhead Honor AwardUnit Commissioner Progress Record for the Commissioner Key/Arrowhead Honor AwardDistinguished Commissioner Service AwardThe Doctorate of Commissioner Science Award KnotNational Commissioner WebsiteUnit Visit Tracking SystemRoundtable SupportThe Commissioner NewsletterCommissioners at the Philmont Training CenterPack Self-AssessmentTroop/Team Self-AssessmentCrew/Ship Self-AssessmentUnit Commissioner Worksheet (Pack)Unit Commissioner Worksheet (Troop)Unit Commissioner Worksheet (Crew)Unit Commissioner Worksheet (Post)Bachelors ClassesBCS 101 — The Commissioner ConceptBCS 102 — Unit Charter RenewalBCS 103 — Commissioner and the DistrictBCS 104 — Unit VisitationBCS 105 — Practical Solutions to Common Unit NeedsBCS 106 — Commissioner's PrioritiesBCS 107 — Unit Journey to ExcellenceBCS 108 — Effective Roundtables IBCS 109 — Effective Roundtables IIBCS 110 — Commissioner StyleBCS 111 — Health and Safety TrainingBCS 112 — What Would You DoBCS 114 — Good Commissioner and Professional RelationshipsBCS 115 — The Commissioner and DiversityBCS 116 — Using the Unit Self-Assessment ToolsBCS 117 — Selecting Quality LeadersBCS 118 — Serving Scouts with Special Needs (Disabilities)BCS 119 — Webelos to Scout TransitionBCS 121 — Intro to Venturing Commissioner ScienceBCS 124 — Venturing Crew VisitationBCS 127 — Personal Safety Awareness for VenturingBCS 128 — Venturing Monthly ProgramBCS 129 — Emphasizing Duty to GodBCS 130 — Commissioner and AdvancementMasters ClassesMCS 301 — No Lapse - No Drop CommitmentMCS 302 — Unit and Council FinanceMCS 303 — Commissioner Lifesaving IMCS 304 — Commissioner Lifesaving IIMCS 306 — Counseling SkillsMCS 308 — Venturing and the CommissionerMCS 309 — Good Commissioners Need Both Head and HeartMCS 311 — All About Assistant District CommissionersMCS 312 — Recruiting New CommissionersMCS 313 — Orienting and Training CommissionersMCS 314 — Administration of Roundtable StaffMCS 315 — Effective Unit Service in Urban CommunitiesMCS 316 — Effective Unit Service in Rural AreasMCS 317 — How to Remove a VolunteerMCS 318 — Top 10 Ways to Ensure Good Commissioner ServiceMCS 319 — District Commissioner BasicsMCS 321 — New Unit ServiceMCS 322 — Advanced Special Needs ScoutingMCS 323 — Mining UVTS for GoldMCS 324 — Preventing Commissioner BurnoutMCS 325 — Consider Your Spouse and FamilyDoctorate ClassesDCS 501 — Selecting a Thesis TopicDCS 502 — Limiting the Scope of the TopicDCS 503 — Developing the Thesis or ProjectDCS 504 — Thesis Project WorkshopDCS 505 — Being a Thesis Project AdvisorDCS 508 — Administering Commissioner LifesavingDCS 514 — The Commissioner and the ProfessionalDCS 515 — District and Council Journey to ExcellenceDCS 520 — Assessing District Health