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.
Evaluation of RBLI’s employment support programme, LifeWorks, by New Learning & Work Institute finds 83% of Military veterans achieved positive career outcomes.
Interact Medical are a renowned medical recruitment agency. Here, we have an Interview with Richard Moses of Interact Medical, Richard Moses traces briefly over his career and explains why he values Service-leavers so highly as candidates.
For Service-leavers the Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) scheme can provide a useful fund towards the costs of undertaking approved courses.
Acquiring catering qualifications (either as kitchen staff or ‘front of house’) could give you a start in a diverse industry sector.