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Recruit for Spouses (RfS), is an award-winning social enterprise dedicated to returning military spouses to the workplace. They have now partnered with the Google Digital Garage to deliver digital skills training to those with connections to the military. The initiative will launch in Helensburgh, Scotland, on...

The Naval Families Federation has a vacancy for a full-time fixed term position to cover a maternity leave period of up to a maximum of one year, located in Portsmouth. Salary £22k per annum. Here’s who we are: the Naval Families Federation exists to speak up for...

You may have been asked by your serving partner to complete the Families Continuous Attitude Survey (FAMCAS).   The survey asks questions about key welfare areas including family life, childcare, deployment, education, employment, healthcare, and housing.  It provides spouses/civil partners with an opportunity to share their...

The Naval Families Federation (NFF) is pleased to report that on 19 March 2018, a new on-line service for Foreign and Commonwealth Armed Forces personnel and their family members seeking entry to the UK was launched by Visa4UK.  This followed extensive tri-Service Family Federation, Ministry...

Service children's sporting activities - Kings Camp Portsmouth is back Two weeks of sports and activity programmes have been organised by The Kings Foundation and discounted by Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity funding. Kings Camp is the leading provider of holiday sports and activity day camps...

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) announced last month that Service personnel will be able to apply for enhanced flexible working opportunities after the Armed Forces Flexible Working bill became law on 08 February 2018. If you wish to undertake Flexible Service, there will be proportional...

UPDATE 06/03/2018: Normal service has resumed. CarillionAmey are having issues with their telephony system. It is a service provider issue and is being managed by Amey. They have encouraged customers to contact them using their digital channels while they work to get the issue resolved. You can also raise a non-urgent job...

Service personnel will be able to apply for enhanced flexible working opportunities after the Armed Forces (Flexible Working) Bill became law on 08 February 2018. Surveys have found that Service personnel want more choice over the way they work when their personal circumstances change, such as having, or looking after...