Resources

Listed below are a few useful resource sites.

The Royal Engineers Continuous Personal Development (RE CPD) Team

The Royal Engineers Continuous Personal Development (RE CPD) Team aims to provide expert support and guidance on qualifications and training for serving soldiers within the Corps of Royal Engineers. All members of the Corps should have access to training and qualifications that enable them to excel in their military career and which also supports them in their eventual transition to
civilian employment.

The RE CPD Team is the operating arm of the Royal Engineers Vocational Education and Training Trust (REVETT). The charity began providing qualifications and awards for Corps personnel in 1997 and has expanded it’s activities over the intervening years.

Based in the HQ RSME building at Chatham, RE CPD is the driving force behind Royal Engineer personal development activity and is directly involved in over 40 qualification and award schemes for the Corps.

Website: http://www.re-cpd.org.uk

The Institution of Royal Engineers (InstRE)

The present objects of the Institution are to promote and advance the science of military engineering and to promote the military efficiency of the Corps of Royal Engineers. In pursuit of these objects the Institution provides a forum for debate through its sponsorship of joint professional meetings; the publication of articles in its Journal; the maintenance of a Museum and Library for the Corps’ heritage and archive collection; and the administration of prize funds, a memorials fund and a scholarship fund. The Institution is a licensed member of the Engineering Council and can currently award Engineering Technician (EngTech), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Website: http://www.instre.org/

Royal Engineers Association

The Royal Engineers Association (REA) is the Regimental Association of the Corps of Royal Engineers. The motto of the Association is “Service – Not Self”
The Associations promotes and supports the Corps among members of the Association by:

  • maintaining a feeling of pride and a spirit of comradeship from shared service
  • by maintaining an awareness of Corps traditions and by acting as a link between serving and retired members of the Corps.
  • providing financial and other assistance to serving and former members of the Corps, their wives, widows and dependants who are in need.
  • making grants, within Association Guidelines, to the Army Benevolent Fund and to other charities that further the objectives of the Association

Website: http://www.reahq.org.uk

Army Sappers

Website: https://www.armyengineer.co.uk