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Our Partners

We work in partnership with many organisations including:

CVQO We work with CVQO to deliver our BTEC qualifications which show employers and educators the wide range of skills including leadership, teambuilding, problem-solving, communication, health and physical fitness that young people learn through Challenger Troop programmes. http://www.cvqo.org/

Young Kent provides youth organisations with essential support, guidance and advice. Young Kent represents the interests of their membership organisations and is committed to helping young people reach their full potential. www.youngkent.org

St John Ambulance is a volunteer-led, charitable organisation dedicated to the teaching and practice of first aid. www.sja.org.co.uk

Young Navigation Award Scheme (NNAS) is a personal performance, non-competitive, incentive scheme for all ages to learn navigation skills and gain confidence to get out and enjoy the countryside. www.nnas.org.uk

National Small-bore and Rifle Association (NSRA) is the national governing body for all small-bore rifle and pistol target shooting in the United Kingdom, including airgun and match crossbow shooting. www.nsra.co.uk

TBAP Residence: Broadfield Park is a new and innovative approach to meeting the needs of some of the most vulnerable children and families in TBAP’s care. Challenger Troop provides a bespoke military ethos programme to the students and works alongside the residential staff supporting the day-t0-day care of the residents. http://www.tbap.org.uk/residence/about-us/index.php

Battersea Crime Prevention Panel works to promote the encouragement of greater public participation in the prevention and solution of crime, assist the police in measures designed to reduce the level of crime, provide recreational and leisure time activities for young people, in the interest of crime prevention and social welfare, promote for the benefit of the public partnership with the Police and other organisations including the Council, the protection of people and property from, and the prevention of, criminal acts. www.batterseasummerscheme.org/bss-bccp.html

Firepower: The Royal Artillery Museum which is a military museum in Woolwich in South-East London, which tells the story of the Royal Regiment of Artillery and of the Royal Arsenal. www.firepower.org.uk

Burning2learn aims to transform young people’s skills, attitudes and life chances by developing enterprising and entrepreneurial learning within education. Buring2Learn works with schools, businesses and community partners to develop programmes that enable young people learn about the world of work. www.burning2learn.co.uk

Our programmes are endorsed by a wide range of organisations including:

  • Department for Education
  • Kent County Council
  • YOU – Youth Organisation in Uniform
  • Kent Police

If you are interested in helping us change the lives of young people, please get in touch 01892 543150 or enquiries@challengertroop.org

Our thanks

Our acknowledgments and grateful thanks go to the following for their support

The Department for Education for endorsing our programmes and grant funding which is allowing us to help more young people.

Royal Tunbridge Wells Round Table whose generous donation enabled us to purchase a new sumo suit set for our West Kent Team.

Members of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council who by joining forces have provided us with e grant to purchase new mountain bikes, a fit for purpose trailer to store and transport them and match funding which enabled us to purchase a new minibus.
and to those others who are helping us but not not wish to be named here. Your support makes a huge difference to us.

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