The annual Cadet STEM Camp is running on SPTA between 21 - 26 October 2018 and CFAVs are needed to accompany cadets. It's a great opportunity to support regular army units who are delivering inspiring activities using the latest Army kit.
Applications must be approved via CoC, and added to WM activity 575142 and the closing date is 14 September 2018.
The course details for cadets are as follows:
What they'll learn
How drones are helping the Army’s battlefield surveillance and information gathering.
More about the Army's high-tech aerial surveillance systems, thermal imaging sights, radars, guns, and precision rockets as well as how to FIND and STRIKE the enemy.
How the Army uses its construction engineering skills to assist the infantry or Armoured Corps and to rebuild vital infrastructure post-conflict.
The camp, run by the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers with input from technical experts, civilian professionals and teachers, will combine theory with practical sessions and give cadets a real insight into how the Army uses STEM in its day-to-day work of defending the nation.
During the camp, cadets will be able to see the STEM theories that they have covered in school demonstrated in an exciting real world way by soldiers from six of the Army's most technical regiments. They include: