PARTNERSHIPS Current Partners The British Army We are excited to announce that The Scout Association has partnered with The British Army. The British Army are sponsoring the Scout Mechanic badge and are passionate about engaging young people in STEM activities and are champions of 'learning by doing'. As the third largest employer in the UK, the British Army has a huge occupation structure that spans the recruitment and training of dozens of career routes, such as chefs, musicians, engineers, communication specialists, drivers, animal carers, teachers and mechanics. Scout Mechanic Activity Badge The British Army have created a fantastic leaders guide to help you complete the Mechanics badge with your group. To find the badge requirements, click on the badge image. Scout Mechanic Leader's Guide Additional resources: Make Do Share - Summer 2017 - Under The Bonnet Make Do Share - Spring 2018 - The Fix-it Quiz Make Do Share - July 2018 - Make A Piston Engine (Make Do Share Pages) Make Do Share - July 2018 - Make A Piston Engine Step By Step Instructions About The Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) The REME maintain, repair and manufacture equipment to keep the British Army vehicles and aircraft in working order. REME has an exciting set of eight trades: Armourer Recovery Mechanic Avionics Technician Electronics Technician Metalsmith Vehicle Mechanic Aircraft Technician Technical Support Specialist The REME is proud to assist in the delivery of the Scouts Mechanics Badge. Find out more: REME Homepage The REME Museum The REME Museum displays the proud history of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. The Museum's unique collection includes an extensive weapons display, historic repair and recovery vehicles, uniforms, medals, tools and test equipment. The collection is enhanced by interactive and immersive displays and enables the visitor to experience how REME uses its resourcefulness and ingenuity to keep the British Army operating. The REME Museum is proud to offer group rates and special workshops to The Scout Association. The Museum can deliver activities to suit a variety of desired outcomes. To find out more about the workshops, visit their website here.