The Opportunities – White Pine Council – Camp Samac Wood Badge II and Quartermaster Advance

Two great learning and networking opportunities.

Improve your skills, make new friends, and join in together for two fun-filled weekends of Scouting fellowship. Both programs consist of two full weekends. In order to receive your recognition there are prerequisites, self-directed learning, and requirements to be completed outside of the two weekends. For full details select a program below.

April 9-11 and June 11-13, 2021 at Camp Samac, Oshawa, ON


Wood Badge II Residential

Wood Badge Part II offers a more in-depth look at programming for your Section and will help you run successful programs. You will also have an opportunity to network with other Scouters allowing you a chance to learn from each other, share ideas and team building.​


Quartermaster Advanced

Develop skills including menu planning, food purchasing, safe food handling, sanitation, food preparation and how to do food services in a variety of settings (indoor, outdoor). Hands-on experience, theoretical, and network with other Scouters. The course includes the National Food Safety Certification exam.

Have Questions?

If this is your first time as a Scouter attending a two-weekend workshop program or you have been to many of them you may have questions for us. We are happy to answer them and to help make your experience as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. So please reach out to one of the team members listed below and we will be happy to help.

Limited Space – Register Soon

We really would like to see as many people as possible at these events but unfortunately, we are limited by space and resources thus we have to limit the number of participants. While we do not have an exact cut off date, we have a participant limit, so it is recommended that you register early. We expect there to be a higher number of participants for the 2021 course since the 2020 courses, both of which were full, had to be cancelled due to all of us doing our part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.