A pioneering new pilot project has been launched that aims to tackle the UK’s digital skills shortage by drawing on the talents of Service leavers to fill skills gaps in areas such as cyber security operations, project management and engineering …
A non-profit organization is aiding former military personnel in entering the truck driving sector, aiming to lessen homelessness and joblessness among veterans.
AHEP provides an excellent opportunity for Army Officers, non-graduates and graduates, to complete a fully funded degree pathway in conjunction with a top global institute.
The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust will award grants of £75K to £500K, across four rounds of funding, to projects that contribute to the aims of the Government’s ambition to reduce Veteran homelessness and end rough sleeping.
The Trust will award grants of up to £70,000 on behalf of the Office for Veterans’ Affairs, to projects that will enable Veterans and their families to enter stable long-term employment, by delivering qualifications and training.
Bloomberg is excited to host an in-person insight session on 28 November 2023 between 2.30PM - 6.30PM.
The Forces Employment Charity is delighted to announce that it is helping record breaking numbers of veterans, service leavers and reservists to find civilian career success.
Google UK re-signed the Armed Forces Covenant, and announced a new scheme of four weeks paid reservist leave to support UK Googlers with their military duties.
This training bursary is targeted at British Army veterans. It is funded by ABF The Soldier’s Charity and is one of a suite of awards and bursaries offered by Heritage Crafts to support and celebrate craftspeople.
The reviews have offered recommendations to improve the experience of those requiring veterans’ welfare or compensation services.
The Government has launched a refresh of the Veterans’ Gateway, which will improve access to welfare services for ex-forces personnel.
Higher education at a college or university is about more than bachelor’s degrees. It refers to qualifications and courses you can take after the age of 18. That includes diplomas, foundation years and more – in fact, a range of options, many of which have a vocational slant. So, if you’re ready to aim higher, HE could be the option for you …
If your future plans call for a higher-level qualification, or you want to try something new and change direction when you make the transition from Service life, an Access Diploma could be just what you need to open wide your window of opportunity …
Military Veterans transitioning into a policing career with Thames Valley Police will be supported with a one-off resettlement payment of £2,500.
The Forces Employment Charity will be marking the Month of the Military Child this April, with a brand new set of resources to help young people of those who Serve and have Served with their next career step.
BFBS provide a fully-funded course to help get you into one of the industry’s most in-demand roles!
This programme is designed to allow The Royal British Legion to assist people who need help in a quick and easy way with everyday essentials such as kitchen appliances, clothes, and energy costs.
More than £8.5 million of funding has been announced in order to ensure no veteran should sleep rough this Christmas, and veteran homelessness is ended in 2023.
TechVets Receives £75K Workforce Development Grant from Splunk
There are several stages to the ELC process. Full details are set out in Joint Service Publication 822 (JSP 822).
New programme launched to fund innovative new support for partners of those who are Serving.
Mission Motorsport, The Forces’ Motorsport Charity has announced that the National Transition Event (the NTE) will take place on the 27th February 2023 at ‘The Wing’, Silverstone Circuit’s state of the art conference centre.
Since May, the RFEA and Officers' Association have been working to combine their
employment services to create a single organisation able to provide
exceptional, through life career support.
Capita joins forces with social impact firm WithYouWithMe to help military veterans fill UK’s chronic digital skills gap
If your CV includes an MBA, it’s likely to focus employers’ attention. It’s a highly respected qualification, sought after in a wide range of career sectors, and the routes to achieving it are eminently flexible. Make it your business to find out more …
Under the ELC scheme, most courses of study undertaken by individuals still serving are exempt from taxation, either as income or as a benefit in kind, if they can be justified as ‘work related’ …
How to claim your ELC if you are no longer serving …
Don’t let queries or rejection slow down your claim – get it right first time!
If you use your ELC wisely while still in uniform it will also be of benefit to your Service …
Once your ELC claim has been approved, you’ll find plenty of study and training course choices open to you …
Need to know more? Here’s who can help …