Friday, 20 March 2015

Career Transition Partnership - Resettlement Support for up to Two Years Post-Service



Resettlement support continues
Resettlement support doesn’t end when you leave the Armed Forces.You can seek help if eligible from your Regional Resettlement Centre for up to two years after your discharge date.


Career advice and guidance
If you attended a Career Transition Workshop or worked with a CTP Career Consultant on a one-to-one basis prior to leaving, you’re eligible for advice and information from your Career Consultant for up to two years post-discharge.

You can contact them by phone, email, or in person, whether it’s to discuss a job application, get feedback on your CV, or simply review your career direction.

You may also be able to attend CTP Employment Fairs or seminars, interview techniques workshops or other events, depending on availability of places.

If you didn’t access resettlement services prior to leaving, you may still be eligible for job finding assistance. To check your eligibility and find out more, contact your nearest Regional Resettlement Centre.

Information extracted from https://www.ctp.org.uk/continued-support. Please visit this link for further details.

Thursday, 19 March 2015

Military Families - Adopt With SSAFA

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Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Domestic abuse - Guidance and support for the armed forces community

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A new Gov.uk webpage has been launched to provide information and guidance for those affected by or dealing with cases of domestic abuse in the armed forces community.

This site is for members of the armed forces community who are male or female victims, perpetrators looking to change their behaviour, military or civilian practitioners, chain of command or concerned family and friends.

To visit the website please click HERE

Thursday, 5 March 2015

Domestic Abuse Website

A New Government website has been launched regarding information on domestic abuse -

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/domestic-abuse-guidance-and-support-for-the-armed-forces-community