Life after leaving UK's Armed Forces

Updated: Feb 4, 2019




Being ex-armed forces myself & serving overseas on several operational tours I found making the transition from the military to civilian career a daunting experience. With many ex-service men & women unsure as to what their next career move can be. You may not of realised your career in the armed forces has provided you with a wide range of skills and abilities that can be readily transferred to a number of other vocations.

Your leadership skills and ability to instill confidence in others and get the best out of your team will make you an invaluable asset to our organisation. Your vision to see the bigger picture, analytical skills, quick-thinking and problem-solving ability will make you an ideal candidate for a new career with Court Enforcement Specialists Ltd.


Those of you who spend your time in the forces working in a technical capacity can use your experience and knowledge to launch a new career as a Level 3 Certificated Court Enforcement Agent.


Government Statistics show that, on average, 20,000 personnel leave the British Armed Forces each year. This could be due to redundancy, medical discharge or the fact that they have come to the end of their commission so where do you go after that?

The Career Transition Partnership (CTP) provides resettlement solutions for all those personnel and also acts an intermediary for British Companies who are positively championing recruiting ex-Military into their business including retraining through schemes like the MOD’s Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC).


The MOD's Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) promotes lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces. The scheme provides financial support in the form of a single up-front payment in each of a maximum of three separate financial years. ELC funding is only available for pursuit of higher level learning i.e. for courses that result in a nationally recognised qualification at Level three or above on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) (England, Northern Ireland and Wales), a Level six or above on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) or, if pursued overseas, an approved international equivalent qualification with an approved learning provider.


Court Enforcement Specialists work with many military leavers, offering a Level 3 training course via our approved learning provider to provide the skills and confidence and allow for a smooth transition into a civilian job role within Court Enforcement Solutions growing team.


Our approved learning provider particularly specialist's in a course designed to allow you to work within the Enforcement Sector.


Our approved learning provider's most popular course is the Level 3 Certificate for Enforcement Agents (Bailiffs) Taking Control of Goods Package. This 5 day certified course includes the Court Certification Process and can be achieved using your ELC funding.


Once you have been Certificated Court Enforcement Specialists will provide you with work.


Contact us if you have any questions about how to use your ELC Funding at or to find out more:


https://www.courtenforcementspecialists.co.uk/elcas


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