Going forward with Highland Reserve Forces and Cadets Association
Considering leaving school and unsure of which path to take? Thankfully, with help from the Highland Reserve Forces and Cadets Association (HRFCA) you’re sure to put your best foot forward.
SUPPORTING THE ARMED FORCES
Fulfil your potential and make a difference by becoming a Cadet Force Adult Volunteer (CFAV) with one of HRFCA’s Cadet organisations.
The cadet movement has been making waves since 1860, and you can get involved, too. With a range of CFAV opportunities, including Sea Cadet Corps (SCC) – including the Royal Marines Cadets (RMC) – Army Cadet Force (ACF), Air Training Corps (ATC) and the school-based Combined Cadet Force (CCF), you’re guaranteed to be supported to excel and move in a positive direction.
Becoming a CFAV is an outstanding way to develop essential skills that will be utilised in an upcoming career, and to be empowered to overcome challenges and take on your future with confidence.
Not to mention, making a positive change to your local community and gaining recognised qualifications and transferable skills in areas such as leadership and management and first aid.
Or, consider signing up to become a reservist. With almost 30,660 Volunteer Reservists in the UK coming from a range of backgrounds, it is an excellent step forward to gain a wealth of skills and training, whilst making friends and providing a service to our country.
Are you ready to take your future further? Find out more by visiting their website.
Are you a college, university or other business that would like to be involved in supporting our Armed Forces? If the answer is yes, then think about signing the Armed Forces Covenant (AFC).
The AFC is a commitment to support servicemen and women and to ensure no member of the Armed Forces should suffer any disadvantage as a result of their service. Covenant signatories can then qualify for the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).
This encourages employers to support defence and inspire others to do the same.