Presentation on theme: "Smartness & good order CREW LEADER TRAINING COURSE"— Presentation transcript:
1 Smartness & good order CREW LEADER TRAINING COURSE Course Recognition no. ____
2 The SCOUT UniformThe Group FormationThe MANUAL OF THE STAFFSILENT SIGNALSWHISTLE CALLSSCOUT SIGNSALUTE
3 What our Scout Uniform Means Signifies your membership to the world brotherhood of the Scouting Movement – The Boy Scouts of the Philippines, and WOSM.It proclaims you as a person of character with high and noble Scouting Ideals which reflect our Scout Oath, our Scout Law and the Senior Scout “Slogan” – Once a Scout, Always a Scout.It stands for Preparedness for Service to others, which exemplifies our “Motto” – Laging Handa.Symbolizes democracy – breaking the barriers of poverty and social standingReflects the meaning of the great Outdoor Life.
4 WHEN TO WEAR THE UNIFORM The Scout uniform must be worn with pride, honor, respect, and distinction. The following must be observed by all:The Senior SCOUTS:In all Scouting activities such as Crew and Outfit meetings, hiking, camping,Community involvement projects, jamborees, parades, ceremonies, etc.At special religious service for Scouts.During Scouting monthWhen prescribed for special Scouting service.On such occasions as may be prescribed by the Local Council, Region or the National Office of the BSP.
5 WHEN TO WEAR THE UNIFORM The Scout uniform must be worn with pride, honor, respect, and distinction.The following must be observed by all:The OUTFIT ADVISOR:In all Scouting activities of the OutfitIn formal Council, Regional, or National Scouting affairsIn special church service for ScoutingIn training courses, conferences, seminars, workshops, and other gatherings Sponsored by the Scouting movement.Whenever appearing before the public with uniformed Boy Scouts.The Type A uniform must be worn during formal Scouting activities and other specified Scouting activities. The Type B uniform should be worn during informal Scouting activities.
6 WHEN NOT TO WEAR THE UNIFORM When soliciting funds or engaged in any selling, marketing or promotional campaign, or in any commercial venture not related to Scouting (This does not however, forbid Scouts in uniform from selling tickets for Scouts benefit shows, rallies, and similar Scouting events);When engaged in any endeavor / activity of a political party;When appearing professionally on stage, in motion pictures, or modeling without specific authority from NEB of the BSP.When taking parts in parades, except for the purpose of rendering service as a Scout/er or when representing officially the BSP, and;When one ceases to be a Scout/er through failure to register or leaves the Scout Movement for any other reasons.
7 The Neckerchief and the Carabao Slide Our Neckerchief…The Universality of the Scout MovementServes as many practical purposesBandage and tourniquetSignal Flags during emergenciesIn absence of ropes, may also be joined together to be used as one.Protects the head from the heat of the sun.The Wooden Carabao Head as Slide… The symbol of hard work, humility, perseverance and strength…An animal of burden which is so valuable, an asset to the Filipino farmerExemplifies kindness, friendliness, hospitality, patience and persistence which are held highly by every FilipinoOur national animal – that possesses “good character”, which also render selfless service to all
20 LEADERSHIP & ORDER“…It is said of Napoleon… the most autocratic of men, that he never gave an order without explaining its purpose and making sure that this purpose was understood. He knows that blind obedience could never ensure the intelligence of any order…”