SaluteMyJob, IBM and Corsham Institute Cybersecurity training ex-military success stories

SaluteMyJob has launched its latest cybersecurity training course for military veterans, 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. 

Pete Durbin

Pete Durbin always wanted to join the Army and enlisted in the Intelligence Corps when he was 19. He left in 2016 as a Sergeant after 11-years exemplary military service. Pete is now working as an Intelligence Analyst at a leading UK insurer - and credits completing SaluteMyJob, IBM and the Corsham Institutes i2 analyst training as a reason for gaining such a highly-sought-after role.

Wesley Freeman

Wesley Freeman was a Rifleman in the British Army. 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. 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. 

Neil Luke

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. After completing the course, he knew he wanted to pursue a career in cybersecurity. He is now working as a contractor at Satisnet on a large scale project to implement an information security management system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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