Veterans of the Armed Forces bring the leadership, teamwork and technology skills learnt in the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, the Army and the Royal Air Force with them into their new civilian careers. Employers benefit from the veterans' typically practical, reliable and adaptable approachable to a new job.

Veterans Norfolk signposts to the following national organisations to help with your career at any point after your service.

NATIONAL ORGANISATIONS

From the Self Help page choose Employment to see the options available to you including education and training, job seeking, self-employment and support for ex-offenders.

A Veterans Norfolk’s partner that recognises that employers need the skills, knowledge and experience ex-Service men and women bring to the jobs market and provides support to both veterans and potential employers.

People leaving the Services in recent years will have been offered elements of the MOD’s CTP which provides resettlement services for those leaving the Services.

A member of Norfolk’s Armed Forces Covenant and is committed to supporting veterans.


Member charities

 

The Royal British

Julian Salute My Job ABF Charity
BLESMA Combat stress Stand easy
Royal air forces association Royal marines association RNA Walking with the wounded Hypnotherapy directory

 

1914-present day... the need is as great now as it was then

Veterans Norfolk brings together all Norfolk’s Service Charities and, in conjunction with the County and District Councils, works to look after the welfare and well-being of Norfolk’s Armed Forces and Veterans community. If you know of someone who needs help, get in touch. 

General the Lord Dannatt, President of Veterans Norfolk