The new edition of Homeport is now out, with a focus on Scotland. You can also find out more about our regional liaison officers, we’ve also got some great survival tips for parents of trainees, information about spousal employment and a chance to win a 4 night summer getaway in the French Alps. You can have a look through online here.
NFF Vacancy- Regional Liaison Officer
Regional Liaison Officer – West of England and Wales (Home-based) Applications are sought for a part-time (30 hours per week) position as the Regional Liaison Officer for the West of England and Wales. The vacancy will initially be for a 12 month period. Salary will be £23k Per Annum (£19,167 pro-rata).
Results of the Tri-Service Families Continuous Attitude Survey: 2015
The Tri-Service Families Continuous Attitude Survey (FAMCAS) 2015 has been released. Statistics from the FAMCAS are used by the MOD and external bodies to inform the development of policy and to measure the impact of programmes such as the New Employment Model and the Armed Forces Covenant. The NFF also uses the results to inform…
New NHS England Constitution includes the Armed Forces Covenant
NHS England have published the new ‘NHS Constitution For England’. The 16 page document establishes the principles and values of the NHS in England. It sets out rights to which patients, public and staff are entitled, and pledges which the NHS is committed to achieve, together with responsibilities, which the public, patients and staff owe…
Guidance for head teachers on term time absence
Since September 2013, by law, head teachers are only able to grant requests for leave during term time in “exceptional circumstances”. In July 2015, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) released additional advice for head teachers regarding school term time absence for the children of Armed Forces personnel. The purpose of this advice is to give…
Prime Minister David Cameron has announced support for the armed forces and their families with finding work when they leave the forces
We are pleased to hear that the Prime Minister has announced that the government will extend its employment support programme to the whole of the Armed Forces (including eligible partners and spouses, under a trial).