Understanding Military Culture and Transition course

This free study day is for anyone who is a first point of contact to the general public, giving you a greater understanding of the issues facing veterans, reservists or dependants. It acknowledges that the combat experience of veterans may be very difficult to comprehend for some, so adopts a unique ‘military human’ experience approach to understanding military culture, ethos, values, sense of belonging and transition to civilian life.

A timeline following a new recruit through the emotional human journey is utilised, comparing ‘similarities’ and ‘differences’ between military and civilian life, the possible challenges of psychological, physical and emotional transition for some service leavers and their families, and issues around help seeking and stigma.

This course is part of the Military Human CPD Series.

These two dates are being delivering for Health Education England in Birmingham and Chelmsford. Please ensure you select the correct venue when you book.

    Course fees: No charge – it’s a fully funded course
    Duration: One-day study day
    Date: Tuesday 25 September or Thursday 25 October 2018

Book now – BIRMINGHAM – 25 September 2018

Book now – CHELMSFORD – 25 October 2018

For more detailed information

Go online to York St John University’s website.

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