Support and Training

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JC Social Media

JC Social Media’s training department has delivered bespoke sessions to hundreds of companies, large and small, in virtually every sector. They also train other digital marketing and PR agencies in social media! If you’re looking for true social media experts, you’re in the right place.

Some of the courses include:
• General Social Media
• Facebook Ads
• Content Creation
• LinkedIn Training
• Instagram Training
• Twitter Training

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South Thames College

South Thames college provide a workforce training and development course. The college have been responding to business employment and training needs for over a decade and provide a range of funded, flexible and bespoke training services to upskill the workforce across south London and beyond.

They support individuals by:
• Working with Job Centre Plus, employers, local associations and councils
• Delivering vocational qualifications and industry accredited training and certification (such as SIA)
• Providing professional development interview techniques and help with job applications
• Giving guidance on career aspirations and increasing earning potential opportunities
• Helping with personal development and well-being

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Lord Kitchener Memorial Holiday Centre

The Lord Kitchener Memorial Holiday Centre (Kitchener's) is a registered charity (230090) which comprises a grade 2 listed building overlooking the sea in south Lowestoft on the Suffolk coast.

It has been established for 100 years this year and provides serviced holiday accommodation in ten en suite twin bedded rooms to ex-members of the armed, merchant and emergency services. It is open from April to October and offers bed and breakfast or bed, breakfast and an evening meal.

Kitchener's is run by a board of trustees with the help of a management committee and a resident manager and housekeeper are employed to look after the Centre on a day to day basis.

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Minds at War

MINDS AT WAR team operate within a network of veterans groups to provide a safety net for those most vulnerable due to the debilitating symptoms of PTSD, a war wound that is invisible and seemingly overlooked by the Government & MOD, yet claims the lives of suffering veterans on a weekly and often daily basis.

1st Battalion (UK) Armed Forces Veterans

The 1st Battalion (UK) Armed Forces Veterans is a home for our Veteran community. Our ambition is to create a voluntary space for former serving members of the UK armed forces to continue their service. By organising the veteran community we aim to bring comradery, Team Spirit and a continuation of service to your life as a civilian. When joining 1UKAFV you are joining the ranks with like minded veterans who want to continue working for the greater good. 1UKAFV will look to utilise your skills within the battalion to create a self sufficient veteran community. The MOD may no longer pay your wages, but this doesn't mean you have to stop serving. ENLIST NOW.

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UCL Veteran Research

The Centre for Veterans’ Health at King Edward Vii’s Hospital in London is carrying out research into the relationship between the mental health of veteran fathers and the mental health of their children. The work is being done in collaboration with University College London and the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. We want to understand more about the important father-child relationship, so we can develop more effective ways to help veterans who are struggling with their mental health while also trying to raise their children.

We are looking for veterans (Ex-Military/Service Leaver/Armed Forces Leaver) who have one or more child between the ages of 4 and 17 years to fill in some questionnaires online that will take around 20 minutes to complete. You or your child(ren) do not need to have any mental health problems to take part in the research.

Once you’ve completed the questionnaires, your e-mail address will be entered into a lottery and you could win up to £50 in amazon vouchers.

If you are interested and would like more information, please email the researchers, Benjamin Shanmugam or Emma Jones, at veteranresearch@ucl.ac.uk or Dr. Louise Morgan, Lead Researcher at the Centre for Veterans’ Health, at louisemorgan@kingedwardvii.co.uk

Thank you!

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Nomad Construction Training CIC

Our flagship programme, Project RECCE has been created to provide a proven pathway into construction for ex-service personnel. Through a free 4 week course, we provide individuals with everything they need to commence a new career within the construction industry.

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Welsh Veterans Partnership

The Welsh Veterans Partnership is volunteer organisation based in Wales housing veterans, service leavers and their families. Providing a #whole_of_life_approach (helping the family as a unit) we achieve this by working closely with our partners offering not only safe/affordable/new housing but benefits, well-being, educational opportunities, employment opportunities, advice and referrals. Aiding transition for the Veteran and the family creating positive outcomes.

Charity No:1159921