Living

Your Mind Matters

The Royal Caledonian Education Trust (RCET), Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity, has a new service supporting military youngsters across Scotl...

The right to learn

AFF’s F&C team often gets enquiries from those of you who are non-UK nationals and wish to study in the UK. Some of you, and your children, have h...

Staying put for your studies

Cat goes through the retention rules if you need to stay put for study or training… One of my first successes on joining AFF nine years ago (is it re...

Discover your enterprise

In March, X-Forces Enterprise (XFE) adapted all face-to-face training and networking sessions to become virtual events in anticipation of the COVID-19...

Bolster your business

Heropreneurs is a charity that provides free business mentoring to entrepreneurs from the military community. We pitched a few questions to find out h...

Easing the way to civvy street

How can you ensure you fulfil your potential in civvy street when your soldier leaves the army? SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, provides a mentoring ...

Connected in business

Jess Sands is no stranger to the challenges of starting a business. After giving up her career to live the military life, she set up her own company a...

Career confidence

The importance of training and development for entering, or reentering, the workplace should not be underestimated but for many of you it can be hard ...

What’s your bright idea?

Supporting the Unsung Hero, the free business start-up programme from the University of Wolverhampton and Black Country Chamber of Commerce, is helpin...