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For Service-leavers the Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) scheme can provide a useful fund towards the costs of undertaking approved courses.

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Dubai has been a popular tourist destination for sun-seeking Brits for many years, but more and more people from the UK are choosing to pack up their lives and move there permanently, making it the eighth most popular destination for people relocating from the UK.

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Personnel returning from Service with an injury or disability not only face dealing with physical and mental trauma, they also need to adjust the way they live.

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The defence industry kicked into gear around the time of the First World War when it was realised that the country needed a more integrated approach to the manufacture of munitions bound for the front. Nowadays the UK’s defence industry is worth billions of pounds both domestically and in...

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After being severely injured in a skiing accident whilst a Physical Training Instructor Sean Rose was determined not to lose sport from his life after Service. He has since become the most successful seated skier in British sporting history.

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Civil engineering deals with the construction of massive projects in the built and natural environment. Roads, bridges, canals, dams and even buildings fall under its auspices but despite the scope of the discipline, the UK is currently suffering a massive skills shortage.

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