Follow the below link to view information on Core Recovery Events
Core Recovery Events (internal system only)
Any application to attend a Core Recovery Event should be discussed in the first instance with your designated Personnel Recovery Officer.
Recovery Career Services
An individualised and inspirational career service which empowers wounded, injured and sick to achieve a sustainable and fulfilling careers.
They offer a range of vocational opportunities for wounded, injured and sick who are working with Specialist Employment Consultants as part of the Defence Recovery Capability to aid their transition from life in the military to a civilian career. There are ten different opportunity types including volunteering, training and education, work attachments and employment.
Remploy (PDF, 1.65MB) (specialist employment and career transition)
Further Employment Support for Injured Veterans (PDF, 310KB) (RBL Get You Back To Work)
Housing for Service personnel and families
Advice about finding housing when you leave the Service, including help with housing association or council housing, renting, buying and homelessness can be found on the JSHAO Website here.
Locate NHS Hospitals and GP Surgeries and other NHS Services using the link here.
Power of Attorney - Office of the Public Guardian (OPG)
The OPG is an agency with responsibilities that extend across England and Wales (separate arrangements exist for Scotland and NI). It supports the Public Guardian in the registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPA) and Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA), and the supervision of deputies appointed by the Court of Protection. It also helps attorneys and deputies to carry out their duties, and protects people who lack the mental capacity to make decisions for themselves. It works closely with other public organisations to ensure that any allegations of abuse are fully investigated and acted on. The OPG also has responsibility for mental capacity policy, and provides guidance to public, legal and health professionals.
Flying Scholarships for Disabled
Flying Scholarships for Disabled People (FSDP), previously known as Flying Scholarships for the Disabled (FSD), is a charity that provides a ‘once in a lifetime’ challenge for disabled people to help them realise their abilities through the medium of learning to fly.
Whilst not a direct objective of the scheme most scholars do fly solo (or ‘ghosted’ solo) by the end of their training programme and some go on to achieve their Private Pilot’s Licence.