Charter Organization Representative Training – At the October Roundtable – Oct 4, 2018 7:00PM

Beginning in 2010, all direct-contact leaders in our district are required to be fully trained in their responsibilities within the first six months of their service. While you as Chartered Organization Representative (COR) are not a direct-contact leader, what better way to set an example for others than to receive the training available for your position.

As a registered Scouter, you are required to complete Youth Protection Training every two years.

Taking The Youth Protection Training Course

To take Youth Protection Training visit and login if you are an existing member, or create a new account if you are new and about to register with the BSA. Once on, click on the Youth Protection icon, add the Mandatory Training as a refresher. Click on the My Learning tab and select the training from your Plan. Once the training is complete, existing member’s training records will automatically be updated with the certification. All new to Scouting wishing to register must print their certificate and submit it with their application to the council service center.

Taking the COR Basic Training

Lake Minnetonka District is offering COR Basic Training at the October Roundtable, located at the Wayzata Community Church, 125 Wayzata Blvd E, Wayzata, MN 55391. map  However, prior to taking this course, you should  take the COR Fast Start Training course. This online course is designed to present you with the basics you need to carry out your responsibilities as a chartered organization representative. It consists of a couple of short videos with a few questions after each to emphasize important concepts. It will take no more than 15 minutes of your time, and you can print a certificate of completion following the course.

  • Click here to go to the COR Fast Start Training course.

To register for the COR Basic Training course, please use the button below

COR Basic Training Course


Please contact me with any questions.

Thank you

Tony Schuft
Training Chairman




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