The BFRS Virtual event will provide the Armed Forces Community with a great opportunity to meet and network with employers. The event combines real world services with technological and virtual solutions.
Attendees can access in-house information from exhibitors virtually.
These events connect attendees with exhibitors, giving access to exhibitors websites, social media channels, videos, jobs, courses, downloadable company information, it allows appointments, sending messages and viewing live and on demand webcasts.
By registering, you will be able to create an online career profile and upload your CV(s) and links to your professional social media. It also allows people to engage with companies, no matter their location or situation. From Cyprus to The Falklands people will be able to engage with companies whenever or wherever they need to.
The Armed Forces Community can access in-house information from these companies, even when there isn’t a person to engage with, in real time. This means, you view their videos and get the same value of information ‘on-demand’.
The virtual event connects the Armed Forces Community with online exhibitors, all in one virtual place.
social media channels
downloadable company information
viewing live and on demand webcasts
Essentially, it brings together employers, training providers, and career advice for the Armed Forces Community.
Unforgotten Forces project supports older military veterans in Scotland . The initiative has been created by a collaboration of 15 organisations to deliver a range of services to former armed forces members age 65 and over.
To find out what support is available, see the Unforgotten Forces Newsletter. Further information re referrals and contact details are included on the final page.
Our housing staff from Dewar House gathered together with our Provost Cllr Ronnie Proctor in front of the Library in Arbroath on Thursday to salute the people in the armed services for the work they do throughout the year.
On the photo: Housing staff with Housing officer John Finn a reservist Battery Sergeant Major of 212 (Highland) Battery RA, 105th Regiment Royal Artillery, and Provost Cllr Ronnie Proctor, who served as a Major in the Black Watch.