Calling all Explorers Scouts! Discover where engineering can take you, from the comfort of your own home, on this online engineering supported course based on true to life humanitarian type missions undertaken by RAF personnel.
Working with the RAF, our expert team of Education Officers have developed a series of humanitarian engineering challenges hosted within an online learning platform; RAF personnel are also on-hand to offer support and guidance. Practically explore how engineering can have a positive impact on the world with all the resources provided for you.
Course timings: 1 – 4 June, day one 9.30 am - 1.00 pm, remaining days 10am – 1.00pm. Content delivered by The Smallpeice Trust.
This course is only available to Explorer Scouts aged 14 or 15 on 1 June 2021. The closing date for applications is 12 April 2021 and places will be offered out week commencing 19 April 2021.
01 Jun - 04 Jun 2021
Start time: 09:30 hrs
Finish time: 13:00 hrs
Smallpeice Education Team
FREE - online course
Humanitarian engineering uses STEM to promote the wellbeing of communities facing grand humanitarian challenges and demonstrates how engineering is a force for good.
Experience what it takes to be an engineer by designing and creating prototypes for a series of challenges set by our own in-house team and the RAF, hosted within an online learning platform.
Meet new people and work through practical challenges in the comfort of your own home, with kit sent to you by The Smallpeice Trust.
Put your lateral thinking to the test by finding solutions to problems currently faced by real life engineers.
See first-hand how this dynamic industry can overcome the many challenges which face the world.
By taking part, you can also achieve your Explorers Science and Technology Activity Badge and a British Science Association Bronze Crest Award and Industrial Cadet Bronze Award.