New company, Crucial Academy is offering free training, qualifications — and jobs to ex-forces heroes. It’s a personal mission for the team behind The Crucial Group who are nearly all ex-military themselves. Chief executive Neil Williams joined the Royal Marines in 2009 and served for eight years before leaving last year to spend more time with his family.
Mental Health training company Drawing and Talking is collaborating with Services’ charity, the Annington Trust, to offer the first dedicated Foundation to Drawing and Talking Therapy Training day for staff and volunteers working with, or supporting, children and young people from Service families. The event will take place on Friday 6 April and will be hosted at the Trust’s office in central London.
Sea Cadets makes exploring the world feel safe and exciting at the same time. Sea Cadets is different from school. There’s a lot of learning. But it’s done through activities – on the water, on land and in the unit – and their volunteers leading by example.
It’s also different from home, a break from screens and being cooped up inside. The platform they offer youngsters is built on the foundations of a Royal Navy ethos. Their customs and traditions inspire our work and focus our commitment to supporting teenagers today.
MRHQ are dedicated to supporting Armed Forces service leavers’ transition into a civilian career with their Armed Forces Technician Training programme.
Within their Network they are dedicated to supporting Armed Forces service leavers’ transition into a civilian career with their Armed Forces Technician Training programme.
The Forces Pension Society are proud to be associated with the launch of a new programme offering training in business skills to service widows and dependents.