Rover Scouter Training Award

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You are required to demonstrate knowledge of the principles of Scouting or Cubbing. The content and standard required is that of a Permit Phase course and a Warrant Course in the Branch (Cub Pack or Scout Troop) in which you seek a Warrant.

These courses are usually run under the auspices of the Adult Leader Training Team.

  1. Demonstrate your willingness to be of service to a Scout or Cub unit by attaining a Warrant or completing the relevant training.
  2. Plan and run a minimum of 4 Pack or Troop programmes. The programmes need to demonstrate practical Scouting/Cubbing skills, to the satisfaction of your Crew Council or Rover Scouter.
  3. Report back to the Crew Council or Rover Scouter on your experiences while volunteering with youth members. Attention should be paid to the challenges faced, and lessons learned in regard to the leadership, motivation and training of youth and what you feel you accomplished.