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Helping Army families find the missing link
RBLI LifeWorks employability courses
Recruit for Spouses
Information for spouses requiring CRB checks
CV & Interview Tips

 

Helping Army families find the missing link

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) Jobcentre Plus has compiled a comprehensive factsheet especially for Army families, including Reservists and veterans, with useful links covering employment, education & training, housing and finance. Read more

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RBLI LifeWorks employability courses

RBLi Lifeworks Families LogoIf you are looking at restarting your career, or going out to work for the first time, then these employability workshops could be perfect for you. The RBLI programme, delivered in partnership with the Ministry of Defence, is a vocational assessment and employability course that gives you the tools to enable you to get the job you want, you are going to succeed in and enjoy. Click here for more details and course dates.

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Recruit for Spouses

The Not-For-Profit organisation Recruit for Spouses is an independent organisation designed specifically to recruit the spouses of Service men and women. Recruit for spouses can help with CV writing, interview techniques and they can introduce you to businesses who support the military community. To find out more, visit www.recruitforspouses.co.uk  

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Information for spouses requiring CRB checks

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) has replaced Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) checks, which allows employees to take their DBS certificate with them from role to role. Read more

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CV & Interview Tips

Having a good CV is essential, no matter what kind of employment you are seeking. As an Army spouse who probably has a chequered career history or postings-induced career breaks, itís even more important that your CV makes you stand out from the crowd. Read more

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