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Study Active signs Armed Forces Covenant
Study Active is the latest big-name education provider to announce that it has signed the Armed Forces Covenant, pledging to acknowledge and understand those who serve or who have served in the Armed Forces …
The Armed Forces Covenant supports Service personnel, Service leavers, veterans and their families. The focus is to ensure that the Armed Forces community has the same access to government and commercial services as any other citizen. It is the belief of the Covenant that such individuals and their families should be treated with fairness and respect. This support can be in a number of sectors, including healthcare, careers advice or, in Study Active’s case, education. Any member organisation agrees to align to these values when engaging with the Armed Forces Community – something that Study Active is proud to be doing.
Says Study Active managing director James Luscombe: ‘We are delighted to have signed the Armed Forces Covenant and to show our commitment to the Armed Forces community. As an ELCAS provider we engage regularly with serving personnel and those going through resettlement, so it’s good that our commitment has been formalised in this way.’
Study Active is an established provider of personal trainer qualifications, which is approved to offer funding to eligible MoD personnel through the ELCAS scheme. Signing the Covenant further strengthens these ties and shows the commitment that Study Active has to both existing and former serving personnel.
For further information on Study Active’s ELCAS-funded PT courses please click here to visit its website
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