Place Category: Charity
The RFEA is a military charity which assists men and women of all ranks leaving the Armed Forces to find and remain in employment. The RFEA is the employment arm of the MOD’s successful Career Transition Partnership (CTP). CTP support is provided to Service Leavers from two years prior to discharge, and up to two years after. To be eligible for this, individuals must have served a minimum of 4 years. Beyond the two year point after discharge, as a registered charity, the RFEA is then also available to assist Veterans with employment support for the rest of their working lives.
The make-up of the RFEA’s employment arm is as follows:
1. Key Accounts Team. They engage with national employers and promote the benefits
of employing Service Leavers and Veterans.
2. Regional Employment Consultants. Through the RFEA’s UK wide network of 24
employment consultants (including one based in Northern Ireland), they also provide
employment support within the regions where Service Leavers settle.
3. Central Employment Team. They provide administrative support and a telephone help
desk for Service Leavers and Veterans.
The RFEA Early Service Leaver Service of Care Programme
The RFEA, in their charitable role, also offers a Service of Care programme for Early Service Leavers (ESLs), specially designed to help them find employment (Early Service Leavers are those who have served less than four years and are not entitled to the full resettlement package). This service is delivered by a team of Specialist Employment Consultants based throughout the UK (support is also available in Northern Ireland). It is a needs based service focussed on job finding, career advice and CV writing.
The Specialist Employment Consultants can also refer individuals to other charitable organisations depending on their specific needs.
Wounded, Injured and Sick Specialist Employment Consultants The RFEA employs an 18 strong team of Wounded, Injured and Sick Specialist Employment Consultants throughout the UK (including Northern Ireland), who can provide direct one-on-one employment support to those Service Personnel who, due to the nature of their injuries, face the most significant barriers to employment.
Tel: 028 9445 6220
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