How long is Ypt good for?

How long is Ypt good for?

Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer’s Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be re-registered.

How do I print my BSA youth Protection Certificate?

How to print your Youth Protection training certificate

  1. Log in to
  2. Click “Menu” at the top left.
  3. Click “My Dashboard.”
  4. Make sure you’re under “My Training” and “YPT.”
  5. Next to “YPT Status,” look for a small blue printer icon.
  6. Your browser will open a PDF that you can print or save to your computer.

How long does it take to complete Ypt training?

Completing Youth Protection Training, the BSA’s three-module course covering the safety and well-being of our youth, isn’t merely a good idea. It’s a requirement. As a registered BSA volunteer, you must take the full 72-minute Youth Protection Training, hereafter known as YPT, every two years.

Where is my Ypt certificate?

The date of your most recent Youth Protection Training (YPT) can be found in your account. You can also print your YPT training certificate from there.

How long is Ypt training?

How do you verify an Eagle Scout?

The Eagle Scout Service gladly provide this verification in writing or over the phone for employers wanting to know if a person has indeed earned the highest youth award in the Boy Scout Division of the BSA. You may call 1-972-580-2000 and ask for the Eagle Scout Service; or you can write to the address listed above.

What are the 6 Protect Yourself rules?

Grades 4-6

  • RULE 1: Tell an Adult.
  • RULE 2: Unsafe Touches.
  • RULE 3: Smart Choices.
  • RULE 4: Doesn’t Matter Who it Is.
  • RULE 5: Hitting is Wrong.
  • RULE 6: Tell Them to Stop.

Can Scouts text each other?

As a safety precaution to protect youth and leaders, we require all interactions (e.g., texting, email, instant messaging, etc.) to be copied to a parent or other registered leader. While we understand that this may present a challenge to some, we feel that safe interactions are of prime concern.