British Military Fitness, which was founded by three former Army colleagues who pooled their money to pay for equipment and an advert in the London Evening Standard, is celebrating its coming of age – and booming business!
Teaching is a popular retraining choice for people from all walks of life. The Troops to Teachers non-graduate programme offers eligible Service leavers the opportunity to qualify as a teacher in just two years.
A new community group to support serving and out of service emergency service and military personnel has been established to serve members across Cornwall and Devon.
Via East Midlands Ltd. has its own training centre that is available to the public to train in specialised Highways, Construction and Utilities training, The main course we run is the NRSWA (Streetworks) 5 day course which anyone wanting to dig on the highways or footpaths need, we also cover all plant training ie 360 diggers, Telehandlers fork trucks Hiab 2 CX etc.
Andy returned to the NHS after a 27 year career in the Princess Mary RAF Nursing Service. A desire for adventure and to travel prompted him to leave his staff nurse role and sign up. After Serving in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq, Andy finished his Military career as a Wing Commander Nurse in October 2015. He is now Associate Chief Nurse at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in King’s Lynn.