Moose Training Information.

All checks are made out to: MD-DE-DC Moose Association

If you should have any questions or need training, please feel free to contact
Patricia F Cihak, Technical Trainer
[email protected] or (443) 388-7878

Lodge Leadership/House Committee Training

Women of The Moose Training Session

Administrator School Training Course

8/26/23-7/27 Camden Registration  Flyer

Moose Legion MLEC & SEC School

7/22/2023 MLEC School Annapolis Lodge  Flyer Info  Registration Form

Online - Lodge Leadership/House Committee Training

Online Training Info

The Lodge Leadership/House Committee Online training is now available at  Alternatively, go to the Members Area at , then go to “Moose Training” and select “Online Training”.  While this training is required for lodge officers, ANY Loyal Order of Moose or Women of the Moose member may take these modules.

These online training materials provide an additional opportunity for lodge officers in need of completing the Lodge Leadership/House Committee training to do so within 60 days after taking office requirement, even when no sessions are scheduled locally.

There are two modules - one covering our Order and Lodge functionality and the other reviewing essential House Committee functions and responsibilities - comprising the training as well as a required assessment test.


The assessment test may be taken without completing the training modules.  This will allow members with prior officer experience and/or knowledge of Moose rules and processes to receive Lodge Leadership/House Committee certification without the need to take an in-lodge training session or complete the online training modules.

There is no cost to take the online course or the assessment test.  The test may be taken as often as needed to achieve certification, but each subsequent test will not be identical to the first test.

The training modules typically take about two hours each to complete, but actual durations will vary with each student.  Upon completing the two training modules, most students will be able to pass the assessment test with the necessary score of 80% or better.

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