WELCOME Maritime Education & Training SummitCollaboration for Industrys

WELCOME Maritime Education & Training SummitCollaboration for Industrys

WELCOME Maritime Education & Training SummitCollaboration for Industrys Future Securing Maritimes 21st Century Workforce Sea Scouts, BSA October 2015 Sea Scouts, BSA is organized: To promote better citizenship; Improve boating skills and knowledge in water safety;

To provide outdoor, social, and service experiences: and Knowledge of our maritime heritage. Future Edition of Sea Scout Manual Expected in 2016 Revision of Sea Scout Manual last version released fall 2012

Catalog # 33239Available through Scout Shops, Council stores, and order online www.scoutstuff.org Online version on www.seascout.org Next revision anticipated in early 2016

Sea Scouts, BSA Providing three tracks of participation and knowledge Recreational Boating Maritime Industry Careers Military Careers 4 High School (Sea Scouts) Skills application Navigation Practice (Sea Scouts)

Math for the Mariner Use of bearings for lines of position Use of geometry to advance a position Use of trigonometry for position determination Use of multiple math skills to determine: Estimated time of arrival Course made good Speed made good Effects of current/ tide / wind on vessel position High School (Sea Scouts) Skills application Seamanship & Engineering

Math for the Mariner Mechanical Advantage (block & tackle) Buoyancy / Reserve Buoyancy Stability & Trim Breaking Strength & Safe Working Loads Advance & Transfer Fuel requirements Time and distance of arrival Sea Scouts Survey Results 25% of youth members of the Sea Scouts state they have an

interest in going into a maritime or military career. All others involved for recreational boating interests. Sea Scouts Support Engagement EVALUATION OF PROGRAMS OF EMPHASIS TO STIMULATE GROWTH: STEM evaluate ways to engage our youth in the offerings of science, technology,

engineering and math Current advancement requirements do they match what a youth needs to go into one of three tracks (Maritime career, military career, or recreational boating as a hobby) Sea Scouts Support Engagement EVALUATION OF PROGRAMS OF EMPHASIS TO STIMULATE GROWTH:

Paddlesports Development of this program to engage more youth in the program, providing new options Creation of Marine Transportation Merit Badge Creation of Seamanship Merit Badge or award

Create relationship with Sea Scouts and Maritime Education and the Maritime Industry Building to Teach Workshop 3 day hands on workshop at SUNY Maritime March 2014 8 middle/high school educators and 12 Sea Scout adult leaders

brought together Learned about teamwork, math skills, and building a boat Safe Boating Partnerships Memorandums of Agreement/Understanding Continue to build on our relationships with organizations outside of Scouting in support of a quality program: United States Coast Guard Auxiliary *

United States Power Squadrons * Army Corps of Engineers * National Safe Boating Council National Water Safety Congress National Boating Federation BoatUS NASBLA (National Association State Boating Law Administrators) US Sailing

Recreational Boating Leadership Council NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) MARAD and SOCP * PADI * Others in boating safety *MOA/MOU already in place Enhance Web Site Support www.seascout.org

WHAT IS AVAILABLE: Resources for youth and adults Online Sea Scout manual available Promotional videos accessible Skills development resources Forms to use for advancement Links to organizations to support training Awards and requirements for earning Online calendar of events around the country Recruitment tools In, On, Around, and Under the Water

Sea Scouts, BSA National Council Key Contact Keith Christopher National Director, Sea Scouts, BSA Outdoor Programs/Properties Department SUM 102 1325 West Walnut Hill Lane Irving, Texas 75038 Office: 972-580-7810 Cell: 214-364-8791 Fax Number: 972-580-2563 E-mail: [email protected]

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