Designed in conjunction with the Association for Citizenship Teaching, these 3 separate workshops focus on the Army’s role during a national emergency (flooding).
These sessions offer a time-relevant and eye-opening experience into just what the Army can do for the UK in terms of public service and citizenship.
3 science based challenges (biology, chemistry and physics) focused on a humanitarian mission scenario. These show the real outcomes of practical science as part of the Army. The activities have been expertly designed and developed in collaboration with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory and the Institute of Naval Medicine.
To help bring to life the opportunities that are available in the Army including job roles, routes of entry and education and training, we offer an interactive, multimedia presentation to engage, excite and inform students. The presentation can be adapted to suit the audience and time available.
Resilience, Team Building and Leadership Activity (formally known as Personal Development Activity)
These activities involve students completing a variety of mentally and physically challenging activities (team tasks and physical fitness). The aim is to develop resilience, leadership, teamwork, confidence and communication skills in them – whilst giving them the opportunity to speak to soldiers and officers serving in the British Army.
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