What Is RRIT?
The Rover Review Implementation Team (RRIT) is a group which was created as a result of the recommendations of the Rover Review; Rovering Toward 2020.
This team, made up of current and recently booted Rovers is tasked with working on the finer details of some of the Review recommendations and preparing them for implementation.
You can check out the Recommendations that the Rover Review team made here.
Rovering Towards 2020 Recommendations [View Here]
RRIT Recommendations Fact Sheets
In 2010, a review was undertaken of the Rover Scout Section. The full report Rovering Towards 2020 made 19 recommendations for enhancing the Rover Scout program.
In early 2012, a Rover Review Implementation Team (RRIT), chaired by Leah Bach, and consisting of Shaun Sandilands, Matthew Ray, Ayden Mackenzie, Mathew McKernan, Andrew Tremain, and John Clarke and Reg Williams (ex-officio members) was appointed. The RRIT were tasked with implementing 16 of the review recommendations.
Guidance and information on the outcomes of the work taken to implement the recommendations are captured in the Fact Sheets below.
Recomendation #1 Purpose and Aims
Recomendation #2 Section Name Change
Recomendation #3 Young Adults
Recomendation #4 Rover Scout Age Range
Recomendation #5 Links with Groups & Districts
Recomendation #6 Deleted Recommendations
Recomendation #7 Rover Governance
- Recommendation 7 became an NRC review into the structure and function of rover governance. A March 2014 interim report is available for people to read and comment on.
Recomendation #8 More flexable programing
Recomendation #9 Award Scheme
Recomendation #10 Training
Recomendation #11 Rover Advisers
Recomendation #12 Knighthood Theme
Recomendation #13 A Definition of Service
Recomendation #14 Attracting existing members
Recomendation #15 Pathways out of Rovers
Recomendation #16 Effective Communication
Recomendation #17 A Web-based Network
Recomendation #18 NRC Advisor
Recomendation #19 The Rover Review Implementation Team