The Training category in MyScouting has been enhanced with two
reports that provide listings of the training courses completed by unit
volunteers. Unit Key 3 adults (CR, CC, and Unit Leader) will have access to
Unit Training Detail. Council and district volunteers in selected positions
will have access to Unit Training Tracking that provides the selection of units
For a unit Chartered Organization
Representative, Committee Chairman and Unit Leader:
Unit Training Detail has been added to www.myscouting.org.
The Unit Training Detail report is provided to unit adults holding
the Unit Leader, Committee Chairman, and Chartered Organization Representative
positions in their units. Unit Training Detail will provide each unit with a
listing of adults and display all BSA training courses shown as completed on
the person records. Key unit adults who are affiliated with several units will
select each unit individually for viewing. For example, a chartered organization
representative for a pack, troop, team, and crew will view units based on this
role in those units. The adult training information may be exported for the use
of the unit to provide an inventory of training courses completed by adult
If you go to www.myscouting.org
and log in, on the next page, in the left column under "Training" is
"Unit Training Detail".
Click it. A new page opens with the detailed training of all
courses recorded in the council database (ScoutNET) for the unit you are
Note: For online training to show up in this report, members must
have their membership ID in their profile at www.myscouting.org
For select district members:
Unit training tracking has been added to myscouting.org.
The Unit Training Tracking report is provided to council and
district volunteers. Unit Training Tracking will provide the units in each
district and will list adults with BSA training courses completed on the person
records. The data display is controlled by the District pick list and when a
District selection is made the result will display the Unit pick list allowing
the selection of each unit individually for viewing. Once a unit is selected,
the action of refresh report must be taken to display the unit. The adult
training information may be exported for the use of the council and district to
provide an inventory of training courses completed by adult leaders.
If you go to www.myscouting.org and log
in, on the next page, in the left column under "Training" is
"Unit Training Tracking".
Click it. A new page opens. Select a district (It will redisplay
with a list of units (may take a minute). Select a unit and press "View
Report". You'll get a list of everyone registered in the unit who has
training recorded. This can be exported as a PDF file or as a
Comma-Separated (CSV) format. The latter will open in Excel and can then be
saved as an Excel file if desired. So you can get the list for every unit in
your district, just one at a time. The list contains the individual BSA ID's,
so this can be linked to other Excel files that have other information if
This does not give access to merit badge counselors and district
or council people who are not registered with a unit, but it's a great tool.
Note: For online training to show up in
this report, members must have their membership ID in their profile at www.myscouting.org
The report will give you a list of what training is
in ScoutNET for each person, not a "Yes" or "No" for
trained status. It is an interim report, and the first like this that report
has been available to volunteers and/or professionals. A
"trained" report is coming in MyScouting tools - the first will be
for Youth Protection and others will follow.