At Conduit Engagement we offer an integrated recruitment and transition support program to wrap around the veteran and their family and offer a full range of psychological, family and community inclusion, and educational and employment ready services. Our unique coaching and assistance services ensure that each veteran is ready for employment on ‘civvy street’ with a CV which matches the very best design and ATS software compliance.
While there are many issues that make it difficult for veterans to reintegrate back into the community it is clear that the key issue is around the process of transition from military life back into the civilian community and how each individual feels equipped to face the challenges of Civvy Street.
The transition journey is frustrating and often stressful for veterans as they leave behind their unit, their community, and their job. For many, the journey of transition provokes and contributes to family relationship break down and compounds mental and physical health and wellbeing issues. Transition does not just mean leaving the armed services, it can be a lifelong process of re-integration back into everyday, civilian society.
The transition journey is unique to each veteran. Here at Conduit Engagement, we continue the process commenced by the Career Transition Partnership and deliver a dynamic and complex process ensuring an agile service delivery capable of responding to unexpected and sometimes critical circumstances.
A critical component of the transition journey is productive and purposeful employment resulting in a career. Conduit Engagement is committed to working with UK organisations, SME’s, the Department for Work and Pensions, the Government and other Service Organisations to create and deliver policies and programs that facilitate veteran friendly workplaces and are committed to assisting all organisations in pledging their support to the UK Armed Forces Covenant.
The incredible skills and expertise of our veterans are vastly underestimated by many organisations and we believe that through our work, not only will veterans benefit from realising their potential in new careers but UK businesses will significantly benefit from employing such personnel.