We can help you return to education and employment after your service in the Armed Forces, working across a range of partner organisations to signpost you to the people that can help.
Royal British Legion
Exceptional support to return to civilian life, re-train, secure a new vocation and more.
For more information please visit: British Legion
If you want to get back into work, training or education, this is your first stop! It can help you with careers advice, pathways into your dream vocation and more.
For more information please visit: Careers Wales
Your local job centre will also be able to signpost you to training and advice so you can secure qualifications and a step towards your new vocation.
For more information please visit: Jobcentre Plus
Promotes learning in the community and can help you gain new skills and qualifications, such as IT, or develop hobbies.
For more information please visit: Adult Education Section
The Poppy Factory has become a specialist employability charity for disabled veterans – helping them to find work with civilian companies throughout the UK. The Poppy Factory’s strategy is to become the employability provider of choice for wounded, injured and sick ex-Forces clients seeking work and also for employers who can offer life-changing jobs.
For more information please visit: Poppy Factory
University of South Wales Recognition of Prior Learning
The groundbreaking scheme (funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Grant Scheme) helps ex-forces personnel who have served in the last 10-15 years to gain higher education credits by placing a value on the knowledge, skills and experience they achieved while serving or since leaving service. This academic credit can be used to study a higher education course at the University of South Wales.
For more information please visit: University of South Wales
Supporting Service Children in Education Wales Project
Their mission is to provide the best possible educational support to children, by ensuring education professionals understand the issues Service children in Wales may face. The first ever Supporting Service Children in Education Cymru: Guide for Schools and parents and was launched in 2015.
For more information please visit: Supporting Service Children