Are you a former Service man a woman? Have you thought about a career in Heath and Safety? Or are you an employer looking to fill health and safety roles? If so, read our case studies with G's Global and find out more about how ex-military personnel are well-suited to forge a career in Health and Safety.
In this month's special edition newsletter we are looking at the success of our partnership with IBM and the Corsham Institute, where we offer free cybersecurity training to former and transitioning military personnel. We have now helped qualify 100 veterans and to celebrate this milestone, in this special edition newsletter, you can find out more about the unique programme, ex-military success stories and meet our 100th qualified veteran.
Gary Cullen served for 25 years with the 1st Battalion Scots Guards and reached Regimental Sergeant Major (RSM). He is now a Senior Safety and Risk Advisor at G’s. SaluteMyJob chats to Gary about his military career and why he believes ex-military personnel are well-suited to health and safety roles.
G’s is one of Europe’s leading fresh produce companies, supplying salads and vegetables to all major UK and many European supermarkets. G’s has farms in UK, Spain, Poland, Czech Republic, Senegal and the USA. At any one time, there is 7,000 people employed in the company, with 3,800 employees in the UK. SaluteMyJob chats to Beverly Dixon, Group HR Director about the roles ex-military personnel and reservists are most suited for within the company - and why they add value to the business.
SaluteMyJob has launched its latest cybersecurity training course for military veterans in the UK, with the 100th veteran passing through the doors of the Corsham Institute. Here we look at some of our success stories - three ex-military personnel who excelled in the training and have landed successful employment in highly sough-after roles.
Neil Luke is a former Sergeant in the Royal Marines who left in 2015 after 13-years of exemplary service. He left not knowing what career path to take but came across the free Cyber Security Training Course, run by SaluteMyJob, in partnership with IBM and the Corsham Institute. After completing the course, he knew he wanted to pursue a career in cybersecurity. The former Royal Marine Commando is now working as a contractor at Satisnet on a large scale project to implement an information security management system.
Carl Rowley, a former Royal Navy air traffic controller, has struggled to find a fulfilling career since leaving the Navy. The former Petty Officer has found it a challenge to translate his transferable military skills and find the right job that complements his valuable skill-set. But with a strong interest in IT and ambitions to work as a SOC Analyst, Carl, with hopes of turning his fortune around, has self-taught himself a number of cybersecurity skills and is our 100th veteran to pass through the doors of the Corsham Institute (Ci), completing both theIBM Cyber Security Training Course andIBM's i2 Analyst Training Course.
SaluteMyJob launched its latest cybersecurity training course for military veterans in the UK last week, in partnership with IBM and the Corsham Institute (Ci). During the five-day course, a number of journalists from local media and the national press visited the Corsham Institute to meet with the students and chat to SaluteMyJob, IBM and the Corsham Institute about their unique partnership.
Wesley Freeman was a Rifleman in the British Army for five years. He left this year not knowing what he wanted to do and despite having no IT or cybersecurity experience, he enrolled on the free Cyber Security Training Course, ran by SaluteMyJob, in partnership with IBM and the Corsham Institute, where students learn how to navigate the IBM QRadar user interface. During the week long course, he landed one month’s work experience at Satisnet and has since been offered a permanent role with the leading IT Security Reseller.
SaluteMyJob has launched its latest cybersecurity training course for military veterans in the UK, in partnership with IBM and the Corsham Institute (Ci). This free certification in IBM security and analytics solutions teaches cybersecurity software skills to former and transitioning military personnel, and 100 veterans will complete the course by 8th September.