Employability and Training

Glasgow's Helping Heroes can help you to identify services that can help you to achieve your education and employment goals/aims

We have employability advisors that work closely with our organisation to support veterans and their families into work or training be it a career change,  starting a new business or getting back to work after a period of unemployment.

Below you will find links to the organisations in Glasgow that can also help you to identify and access education, learning, training and employment:
  • Career Transition Partnership (CTP) provide career transition services to service leavers as part of the resettlement process.
  • Regular Forces Employment Association (RFEA) employ Employment Consultants to help service leavers find and secure employment.
  • Jobs & Business Glasgow can help you to access education, training and employment in your local area.
  • Remploy exists to improve the lives of disabled people and those with complex needs (i.e. Veterans) through the power of work.
  • Jobcentre Plus issue welfare benefits and work with claimants to find jobs.
  • Skills Development Scotland has details of careers advice, learning opportunities, training programmes and funding.
  • Colleges.co.uk has details of all colleges and universities in the UK together with information on the various courses available and how to apply for them.
  • Glasgow Life can support your employability plans. View their website for information about libraries and opportunities to learn IT skills.
  • Glasgow Caledonian University - GCU can help you identify and develop the skills and experiences you need for continued professional development within the forces and for a successful transition into your future civilian career.

Work for GHH - There are currently no vacancies at Glasgow's Helping Heroes but your local SSAFA branch are always looking for volunteers. For more information visit: Volunteer For Us