Wood Badge Alabama
Wood Badge is…
The ultimate leadership training program for the adult leaders of the Boy Scouts of America. Established in 1919 by Robert Baden-Powell, Scoutings founder, Wood Badge has been the training ground for hundreds of thousands of Scouters around the world. Wood Badge brings together leaders from all areas of Scouting — Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Venturing and all levels of BSA professional staff. The course draws upon the most current leadership models used by corporate America, academic circles, and successful outdoor leadership organizations throughout the country.
All Wood Badge courses in the Greater Alabama Council are 5 days long. The first weekend is Friday-Sunday and the second weekend is Saturday-Sunday. Both weekends start promptly at 8 am the first day and last until late Sunday afternoon. Participants are required to attend all days on both weekends. If you would like more information on the course or would just like to speak with the scoutmaster, the contact information is below.
Course WB14-124, 2024
Both weekends at Camp Comer
Wood Badge Course WB14-124 Starts In
Why Join Wood Badge
Whether you are a new volunteer or a crusty old scoutmaster, there is something at Wood Badge for you. With every course comes decades of Scouting knowledge, a skilled and committed staff and a guided tour of the Scouting program from Lions to Venturers. You will work hard, you may get stressed out, the exact same things your scouts are going through as they advance in the program. Click on the “Reasons To Join” button to read about some of the skills you can use in your unit, your business and your home. The button “Our Reasons” will take you to a list of quotes from Wood Badge participants and staff members.
Wood Badge History
Wood Badge is full of symbols, totems, critters and a legacy of scouters who have taken the course and some who have come back to serve time and again. Click on the buttons below to find out more about our history.
There is a lot of singing at Wood Badge
I was organizing some of the drawers in my house that contained scout memorabilia. Yes, I have more than one and shelves, and I came across my Wood Badge songbooks. The Assistant Senior Patrol Leaders have created these pocket-sized songbooks for each Wood Badge...
The origin of the neckerchief color
https://youtu.be/_wR-IDUV1DU What is the real story of the color of the Wood Badge neckerchief? Learn about it from Scout Historian Colin Walker. You will also learn a little more about the beads. If you want to learn more about the history of Wood Badge from Mr....
ScouterWiki.com, a resource for Scouters
Vulcan Wiki has changed its name to Scouter Wiki. I changed the name to make it easier for people, Scouters, to find information to help them do their scout job easier. And I changed the name because the site if for more than just those of us in the Vulcan District. ...
Take The Wood Badge Quiz
You’ve taken the course, you’ve completed your ticket and you wear your beads proudly. How well do you think you really know Wood Badge? Take this quiz and test your knowledge. It is 50 questions long but it won’t take you any time if you’ve done your homework.