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Education & Resettlement Royal Navy
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The ERC will be open as normal during the Summer Leave period.
For information: There is an updated list of FTRS job vacancies for June/July 2014 at the NETS(W) ERC Enquiries Office.
From Wed 20 May 14 NETS(W) will provide email access to all Education & Resettlement Centre staff in HMS Drake via a general internal address (DII): NAVY TRG HQ-NETS W ERC MULTIUSER or via NAVYTRGHQ-NETSWERCMULTIUSER@mod.uk from any external account.
There are still places available on the following 2 training courses which are taking place in HMS Drake next week; 1. Presentation Skills: this course is aimed at first line managers through to middle managers who (as part of their roles) would like to improve their presentation skills. The 2 day course will take place on the 11th and 12th March 2014. This course will take place in Classroom 2 in the ERC and names should be submitted to the Navy Base Learning and Development Officer on (01752) 557106 or Mil;9375 67106. 2. Managing Stress Risks at Work (half-day): This course will be run as a half-day workshop in the Conference Room in the L&D Centre in HMS Drake (B046). This course has been designed to equip managers with the tools to identify stress and to use strategies and measures to manage stress at work. There are still 4 place available for the afternoon session (1330-1630) on the 12th March. Again, names should be submitted to the Navy Base Learning and Development Officer on (01752) 557106 or Mil;9375 67106.
Don't forget that when you are in Resettlement you can use the Standard Learning Credits (SLCs) for your course of choice and not just for the benefit of the Service.
A gentle reminder: SLC funded courses need to be completed by the end of March 2014 in order for your SLC funding to be used in the 2103-14 financial year. If you can complete your course in this financial year it will allow you to claim another SLC for the financial year 2014-15.
STARTING A BUSINESS? To find out more, contact the Education and Resettlement Centre on 65300 *service permission is required before starting a business. Thinking of starting a business but not sure where to begin? Whether in service*, preparing for resettlement or for dependants this interactive presentation at 1330 on 26 Mar will deliver the information, advice and support you need. Come and find out what to do and how to succeed.
Philip Doyle-Ditmas from the White Ensign Association will now be attending HMS Drake Education and Resettlement Centre at 1300 on the 25th March. The White Ensign Association provide personal help and advice for all serving and former members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, their Reserves and Families. If you would like to book a one to one appointment please contact HMS Drake Education and Resettlement centre on 9375 65300.
PLANNING TO LEAVE THE SERVICE??? SPEAK TO US !!!! Mr Phillip Doyne-Ditmas of The White Ensign Association will be visiting HMS Drake Education & Resettlement Centre (ERC) on 13 Jan 2015 presenting a brief ‘YOUR FUTURE’ at 1100. He is also available for 1 to 1 interviews (45 minute slots) to discus Civilian Employment, Finance, Personal Administration or Civilian Transition. The ERC holds Resettlement Briefs for those considering or facing leaving the service on the second Tuesday of every month at 1300. The aim is to help you make informed decisions on your departure date and to get the most from the resettlement process. For those facing MBOS Gareth Thomas of the Institute of Naval Medicine (INM) visits the centre monthly to brief service persons on the process, entitlements and assists them with paperwork required for their forthcoming board, his next visit is on the 15 Jan 2015 starting at 0900. If you wish to book any brief or have an appointment please call 65300. This is YOUR opportunity to take charge of your future post service.
E- LEARNING The E-Learning Centre within HMS Drake Education & Resettlement Centre is now Open from 0800-2100 for the extended use of computer facilities which have internet access, ideal for discreet online Christmas shopping.
CAREERS EVENT: OAKHAM 29th JANUARY 2015-GREETHAM VALLEY GOLF & CONFERENCE CENTRE, WOOD LANE, OAKHAM, RUTLAND, LE15 7SN TIME: 0930-1400 Who is it for? Service Leavers, Reserve Forces, Veterans, Civilian Employees of the MOD. What's on offer? Jobs, Training, Self Employment, Franchise Opportunities, CV Advice, Employment Advice and Business advice. Career Opportunities in : Rail Engineering, Security, Logistics, Hospitality, IT, Energy, Utilities, Defence & Aerospace, Facilities. Register at WWW.bfrss.org
Are you considering or leaving the Military? Phillip Doyne-Ditmas of The White Ensign Association will be visiting HMS Drake ERC on the 26th November and giving a brief plus offering 1 to 1 interviews to discus Civilian Employment, Finance, Personal Administration or Civilian Transition. The ERC hold a Process of Resettlement Brief for those considering or leaving the service. The aim is to help you make informed decisions on your departure date and to get the most from the resettlement process. For those facing MBOS, on a monthly basis Gareth Thomas of INM visits the centre to brief service persons on the process, entitlements and assists them with paperwork required for their forthcoming board. If you wish to book any brief or have an appointment please call 65300. This is your opportunity to take charge of your future, post service.
The following courses are available to all Service and MoD employees. Please contact the Naval Base Learning & Development Team for further details on Mil:9375 67715 or Civ: 01752 557715; IOSH Managing Safely Course, 16-19 June 14: Aimed at Line Managers and Supervisors (Service and Civilian). It is designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and tools to tackle the health and safety issues within their respective areas. Importantly it focuses why health and safety is such an essential facet of line management responsibilities. The course consists of eight modules including one on Environmental Protection. There is a closed book end of course assessment and a project to be completed within 2 weeks of the end of the course. Successful delegates will receive a nationally recognised level 2 qualification in health and safety. Accident & Investigation Course 12 June 14: Aimed at First Line Managers and Supervisors, this course is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills to enable them to investigate and analyse the root causes of accidents in their workplaces and to be able to make recommendations for avoiding similar accidents. It will also explain the requirement to produce accurate and timely reports, both internal (MoD) and external (HSE) when required.