The BSA is continually making it easier for leaders to get trained by offering many training modules online at the national site. Included in this training are:
- Fast Start for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, and Venturing Leaders
- Troop Committee Training
- Youth Protection Training
- Various Safety Training modules (Safety Afloat, Safe Swim Defense, Hazardous Weather, etc.)
It would be great if the Church allowed use of its computers to Scout Leaders who have no other internet access, or who we could invite in and to supervise in the completion of this training.
I fail to see how allowing the scouting.org domain to the list of approved sites could be a risk.
Can stake technology specialists add this to the allowed sites, or is there some guideline that they and the wards must follow? Right now, our ward computer is limited to lds.org and its subdomains.
If this is a new idea, can it be passed along to the "decision-makers?"