CMVES respects the diversity, skills and knowledge brought to civilian life by ex-military and emergency services personnel. We work with the veteran community, emergency services and families to empower and motivate all in reaching their full potential in work, education, business and the transition to civilian life.
This will be achieved by providing multi-layered educational options, leadership, employment and apprenticeship opportunities whilst underpining this through innovative, high quality research. This initiative will include national and international collaboration with academic partners, businesses, third sector, charities and the Armed Forces.
Lancashire County Council (LCC) are keen to hear from ex-Service personnel (Armed Forces) to work with them as mentors in secondary schools across Lancashire.
Then why not attend the NHS Career Insight Day that St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is hosting on Thursday 8 March 2018.
Thanks to Trafford Partnership for sharing their Winter Newsletter with us. It's packed full of advice and information to help you through the winter months. There's also a timely reminder about looking out for elderly and vulnerable relatives, friends and neighbours.
Join the Royal British Legion GM and Lancs in Manchester on the 27th April for a fascinating insight into the work done by the War Dogs of World War 1.
Open Day at Preston People Plus College in Preston, Lancashire.
Are you setting up a business? Is self-employment right for you?
This free 6-day course (spread over 2 months) is an ideal starting point for wounded, injured and sick Veterans or those who have developed an illness due to their service, who are looking to set up their own business now or in the future.