Rover Section can be started in 17 years and 6 months to 26 years
- Scout Motto : “We Serve”
- Colour : Red
- Units : Rover Crew – Each Crew consists of Clusters
Clusters : Each Clusters consists of 4 – 6 Rovers.
Objectives of Rover Section
- Molding one’s life as a disciplined and valued person through spiritual development
- Making the right mental and physical progress to take responsibility for socializing as a mature person
- Personality and character development, good citizenship and building self-confidence
- Improving the principles and training methods acquired through books and scout training, and making opportunities to study them further
- Getting help to strengthen their own future by encouraging further education.
- As soon as they have identified their academic limitations and talents, they should be able to reap the benefits of the vocational training opportunities and make their lives a success.
- Continue the work of advising and contributing to the progress made after starting a career.
METHODS OF TRAINING
Rover Crew meetings shall be conducted at least once in two weeks with the supervision of a trained Rover Scout master ( at least Phase 01) at a convenient place. It is compulsory to practice Crew method, Cluster method and Crew in Council in line with Youth program hand book of the Rover Scout Section.
Rover Scouting – Introduction
- Rover Scouts are the Young Adult Learners of the Scout Movement. The youngsters. Between 17 ½ – 26 years old usually meet every other week for about 2 hours.
- Rover Crews can be comprised of Rovers who are invested, non-invested or the new comers from the local area, town or city, or at high school, university or vocational institution level or further afield.
- Rover Crews are self-governing units that plan and carry out programs and activities of their own Rovers. The Adult Leaders are simply by their side to advice and guide them when necessary.
- Each Rover is unique so he or she can find a group of young people that shares interests of each other, such as rock climbing, camping or hiking in the woods, swimming and diving, canoeing, driving and so on, so many activities.
- Rovering provides great opportunities for adventure, exploration and service with full of fun and satisfaction. They might find happiness through social activities, gathering of youth such as „Moots‟, hence there are many of opportunities to socialize and meet new people.
- Rovering, as the direct continuation of Scouting, finds first and foremost its application to the personal development and character growth of youngsters; for them to be inter connected to the world‟; to lead a home life with real value and virtues as good citizens.
- Rovering leads young girls and boys to self-discipline and self-reliance, to an honest pride in work, to a clean patriotism, and to the relating of all these to their service to your religion.
- Rover Scouting for youngsters includes the Scout Promise and the Scout Law, a Motto, Scout craft knowledge and the Scout Spirit.
- Rovering is the final stage in the system of learning and training as a Scout in the principles and practice of citizenship in which Cub Scouting and Scouting, each in turn plays its part. All of these sections share the common aim; the development of good citizenship on the basis of a Promise and a Law. In other words, Rovering is a continuation of Scouting with same ideals and the same high aims in an advanced form, or adapted to the needs of young people.