Thursday, 10 December 2015

150 Regt RLC Band

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Hull Armed Forces Money Advice Project


Employment Opportunities for Service Spouses

As part of the New Employment Model (NEM) the MOD has teamed 

up with a number of separate organisations to address barriers to 
employment for spouses of those serving in the Armed Forces.

The Partner Employment Programme (PEP) provides a range of

 opportunities to spouses and civil partners including job 
readiness and self-employment support, career consultation 
and training grants. PEP comprises three elements: the 
Spouse Employment Support (SES) trial, Royal British 
Legion Industries (RBLI) LifeWorks Families and the 
Business Start-Up Programme.

The SES trial is being held between October 2015 and 

October 2017. It aims to provide tailored employment 
and employability support. Trials are being run in
 Cyprus and across selected UK locations and the trial 
is open to eligible spouses of Regular service personnel
 and FTRS Full Commitment, but places are limited. 
JSP 534, Section 10 specifies the policy guidance for 
the SES trial including details on eligibility, support 
provided, funding, taxation, governance and 
administration and an extract of the policy is 
available at this link.

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Big White Wall-Support for Armed Forces, Veterans & Families

CLICK TO ENLARGE
For further information, visit their website:

Thursday, 12 November 2015

Service Families Section of RBL CivvyStreet Website

Please note: There is a  Service 
Families section of the 
CivvyStreet website.

The Royal British Legion's 
CivvyStreet service recognises
 that having a family member
 in the Armed Forces can present 
unique civilian employment 
hurdles for the rest of the family. With that in mind, we have developed 
a new section on the website to highlight the services we offer to the 
partners/spouses and working age dependents of anyone who is 
serving or has served in the British Armed Forces.

WHAT CAN THEY BENEFIT FROM?

Partners/spouses and working age dependents have access 
to all of the employment services on the CivvyStreet site, which include:
  • CivvyStreet Jobs
  • 150+ free learndirect training courses
  • CivvyStreet Careers Advice service
  • CivvyStreet Funding Advice service
  • Employment Support Grant funding
  • CivvyStreet online CV builder
  • CivvyStreet Virtual Careers Fairs
  • Access to entire CivvyStreet knowledge base

HOW TO REGISTER?

Partners, spouses and working age dependents can 
register with CivvyStreet by clicking here. 
Please note, they will need their family member's Service number.

Joint Casualty & Compassionate Centre (JCCC)

Joint Casualty & Compassionate Centre (JCCC)

When families experience incidents at home while loved ones are
serving overseas it is very important that everyone is aware of the
process in place that can facilitate their immediate return home.


This short Families Brief is to explain the role the Joint Casualty
and Compassionate Centre (JCCC) undertakes 24 hours a day,
7 days a week, 365 days a year to help families when incidents
occur involving Service Personnel or someone at home.


For further information contact:
Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre
Imjin Barracks
Gloucester
GL3 1HW
Tel: 01452 519951  Email: dbs-jcccgroupmailbox@mod.uk

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Employment Support - Recruit for Spouses

Click on image to enlarge

Friday, 18 September 2015

Magazine Equipped Sep /Oct 2015 Issue 

Resettlement Magazine-Quest Sep 2015

To View the September
 edition online, please click on the link below:
http://www.questonline.co.uk/quest-sept-2015/

You can view the online magazine in the following formats: •iPhone •iPad •Android •Kindle •PC/Mac •and also via our facebook app- www.facebook.com/questmagazine 
If you would like Quest delivered directly to your inbox - Click HERE

 And donot forget that in-depth articles on all the career areas covered by Quest during the course of the year are always available on our website: visit www.questonline.co.uk and click on 'Careers A-Z' for the full list. 

Royal British Legion Support
























GET SUPPORT
The Royal British Legion provide practical support to serving 
men and women, veterans (ex-Service of all ages) and their 
families. Explore how we can help you and get in touch for advice, 
information and guidance at 
http://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-support
We're here to serve you

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Easy Resettlement Magazine

Easy Resettlement magazine was formed for the sole purpose of giving service leavers the assistance, help, support and advice they required when making the transition back to civilian life.

To view the latest edition online, please click on the link below:
http://www.easyresettlement.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/ER_Autumn_2015_1.pdf

Please note: Copies are available from the HIVE.


Disability Support


Welfare - Equality & Diversity

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

AFF Army & You Magazine - Autumn 2015 Edition

CLICK TO ENLARGE
A FREE copy of "Army and You" should reach every Army family 4 times a year (seasonally).  If you are not in receipt of a copy please contact:
The AFF distribution team on Tel: 01264 382313 Email: opcomms@aff.org.uk

Pick up a copy of the current edition from the HIVE or view it online at the link below:                                  Army and You Autumn 2015

Army You - New Issue

Pick up your copy from the HIVE 

Ticket for Troops


Thursday, 27 August 2015

Big White Wall

How To Maintain A Good Credit Record When You’re In The Military
Are you a good or a poor credit risk? You may not know until you submit an application for a loan or credit. Here are some top tips on how to maintain a healthy credit score, regardless of your location.
The result can sometimes be surprising. Moving around with the military doesn’t always help your credit score, although significant effort has been made in recent years to improve awareness within the financial industry of the circumstances of military personnel.



How does a credit rating score work?
Your credit score measures you as a financial risk. A poor credit score can make it difficult to borrow money. This can affect your application for credit cards, motor finance, a mortgage and other services such as mobile phone contracts.


How is your credit risk measured?
All lenders want different things and have their own ways of scoring but are likely to take into account the following:

  • Occupation
  • Address history
  • Length of employment
  • Annual Income
  • Previous and existing creditors and your credit payment history
  • County Court Judgments

Thursday, 30 July 2015

Housing Matters
Pick Up a copy from the HIVE or Community Centre

Thursday, 23 July 2015

New Home Office Email Assistance with New F&C Immigration Rules

There is now a dedicated enquiries mailbox for all email enquiries

 about the changes announced on 4th July. All enquiries should 

be sent to the following address: 

armedforcesenquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

You need to include your name, date of birth and nationality.
 You should receive a response within 14 days. 

If you do not receive a response or it does not answer your 

question then please contact the F&C Assistant
 fcassist@aff.org.uk

Information extracted from AFF F&C Specialist webpage 
'New Immigration Rules' at http://www.aff.org.uk/army_family_life/foreign_
commonwealh/newimmigrationrules.htm

Friday, 10 July 2015

ABF -The Soldier's Charity - Frontline Walk


CLICK TO ENLARGE

CLICK TO ENLARGE




























For further information, visit:
www.soldierscharity.org/frontlinewalk

Thursday, 9 July 2015

The Princes Trust





















THE PRINCE’S TRUST NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Are you a Co-Operative store card holder or member?
If so, you can help The Prince’s Trust become The 
Co-operative Group’s Charity Partner and enable them
to reach and support 176,000 disadvantaged young 
people across the UK.

All you need to do is click here and cast 
your vote: www.co-operative.coop/vote

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Adopt with SSAFA



Welfare - Defence Medical Welfare Service


Thursday, 7 May 2015

Calvert Trust

CLICK TO ENLARGE
The Calvert Trust’s three centres in Exmoor, on Kielder Water and in the Lake District have a fantastic offer for armed forces families from across the UK, thanks to support from the MOD’s Armed Forces Covenant (LIBOR) Fund.

The offer is open to Serving, Reserve and Veteran armed forces families with a disabled Service person, partner or child* in the family, from any part of the UK, for any weekend in 2015. The break is available to people of all abilities, including: physical or learning disabilities, ADHD, autism and challenging behaviour, visual or hearing impairment and post-traumatic stress disorder.
For further information, visit:
http://www.calvert-trust.org.uk/home/unite

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV)
Please click this link for more information NCDV Website
DST Volleyball


Hull Domestic Violence Accommodation Project (DVAP)

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Discount - Cineworld Hull

Monday, 23 March 2015

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

HULLDAP - Hull Domestic Abuse Project

Beverley Fit Mums & Friends