On the event of the 2019 Armed Forces Day, the Welsh Ambulance Service want to reiterate its assist to the courageous British veterans who select to pursue a brand new problem in a civilian position.

Since its inception, the Welsh Ambulance Service has constructed its popularity of being a welcoming organisation for veterans. Through the years, many former members of H.M. army have chosen the Belief to start out a brand new profession, discovering consolation in the best way they’re welcomed but additionally within the work the organisation carries out, caring for these in our communities.

This 12 months is not any completely different and to show our assist the Welsh Ambulance has now signed not solely the Step Into Well being pledge but additionally the Armed Forces Covenant. This highlights our dedication to supporting veterans on the lookout for a job throughout the well being sector. 

In actuality, because of this former army women and men can have entry to Taster Days, Coaching programs and also will be robotically be enrolled in our Veterans Champions scheme. The Belief has additionally dedicated to supporting the households of Forces Personnel, into work the office, by making an attempt to take away any boundaries to them securing employment.

The Veteran Champions scheme signifies that, when becoming a member of the Belief, veterans can be matched with considered one of our Veteran Champions who’re from an analogous background. These Champions will assist recruits and assist them to adapt to their new setting.

The Belief may also be supporting plenty of profession festivals and occasions throughout Wales which goal army personnel and their households, in addition to internet hosting Perception Days at numerous MOD websites throughout Wales.

Those that want to know extra about what the Welsh Ambulance Service has to supply to veterans or would love extra details about the Veterans Champions scheme can contact Catherine Mulligan, Recruitment Supervisor on the Welsh Ambulance Service by emailing Catherine.Mulligan@wales.nhs.uk.

We hope that in years to come back, many extra veterans will be a part of our staff and proudly put on our uniform on the front-line, supporting the folks of Wales.


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