Forces Families Jobs welcomes new training provider – Imployable

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Imployable has joined the Forces Families Jobs website to offer their completely free, accredited qualification during lockdown. Here former military personnel, Peter and Kieron talk to us about their business:

The lockdown has put a lot of things into perspective for most people and for the time being we are staying put. Some are still getting used to it and some are now thinking about what to do once the lockdown is over.

During these times it is important to stay mentally active, have a goal and achieve it. We have partnered with the Study Academy to bring EVERY registered imployable user a completely free qualification which is CPD & Birmingham University accredited, for the duration of the lockdown. With nearly 30 courses to choose from, maybe now is the time to achieve a new skill, explore a new career or work towards that promotion.

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Our commitment to the Armed Forces community

11% of our users are veterans or military family members. The App was originally built to help veterans transition in their career, but now it helps everybody. The journey to a more fulfilling career starts here. The imployable App gives you control of every step so that you can identify, map and track your way into the career that you deserve by building your digital CV with. Identify the career you want, see how you fit and what you need to break in to that career. Get access to the qualifications and experience you need, once you are ready use our in-built job board to apply for jobs that suit you. The app is packed with coaching videos, support features and access to exclusive perks. We exist to make a difference.

Visit the Imployable website to find out more.

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Inclusion on this platform does not suggest that Forces Families Jobs endorses the products or services detailed here and you should seek appropriate professional guidance where required. 

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