If you have further questions or are looking for tips on filling out a Tour & Activity Plan check out the video and Tour & Activity Plan FAQ below:
The tour and activity plan is an excellent tool that should be included in preparation for all activities, even those not requiring it. It guides leaders through itineraries, travel arrangements, two-deep leadership, supervision qualifications, and transportation, and helps assure that the outing will be safe and well-planned.
The Tour and Activity Plan is managed online. In order to use the online Tour and Activity Plan site you must 1) have a my.scouting account and 2) have your account linked with your member identification number, and 3) be a registered leader for the unit in question. To view a list of registered positions that have the accessibility, click here.
Please complete and submit your plan at least 21 days in advance of your trip to ensure your council has enough time to review the plan and assist as necessary.
When is a Tour & Activity Plan required?
The Ore-Ida Council requires Tour & Activity Plans whenever a unit outing or trip meets any of the following criteria:
- Travel more than 10 miles away from your regular meeting place.
- Unit is away from your regular meeting place longer than 2 hours, including travel time.
- When conducting any of the following activities: aquatics activities (swimming, boating, floating, scuba, etc.), climbing and rappelling, orientation flights (process flying plan), and/or shooting sports.
- Any overnight experience.
- Any activities involving motorized vehicles as program elements (snowmobiles, boating, etc.)
Ore-Ida Council also requires all responsible leaders of each trip (adult leader and assistant leader) to be Youth Protection trained. This training can be completed online via my.scouting.org. If you are unsure that your record reflects this information or are not a registered leader, please submit a copy of your certificate of completion along with the application to ensure an approval on your submission.