Wiltshire College resettlement family

Take the Next Step to Your Career

The transition back into civilian life can be a difficult one for service personnel. Wiltshire College offers a variety of courses to assist you in making that change. Use your Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) to start your training programme 2 years before your intended leaving date, and for up to 10 years after leaving. Combine it with Individual Resettlement Training Cost (IRTC) and get more for your money.

Project JEMS – Jobs and Education for Military Families South West

In order to find out which of the education, training or job opportunities match your interests and qualifications, we need to collect some information about you in this survey. If you provide your email address as part of this survey, we will keep you updated with relevant opportunities.



Specialist Advice

With 2 years to go before you join Civvy Street, it’s time to think about what career you would like to pursue. Wiltshire College delivers hundreds of training courses and accredited qualifications from Engineering and Garden Design, to Management and Health and Social Care - and much more besides. We also offer a range of courses at degree level. If you already have your career path mapped out, speak to us about how we can help you to achieve this through training.

If you’re still unsure about what you want to do after life in the Armed Forces, Wiltshire College has a team of Adult Careers Advisors based at each campus who will give impartial advice and guidance so that you can make an informed decision about your future career path.

The team also regularly visit Warminster Garrison Community Centre, Warminster campus and the Bulford Community Learning Centre to offer the same FREE service. Careers advice and guidance at these locations is also available for military wives, partners and dependants over 19 years of age.

Be Prepared

Remember, you can start preparing to leave the Armed Forces, using your ELC to start your training, 2 years before your leaving date. Contact us on 01225 756286 or email resettlement@wiltshire.ac.uk and speak to the Resettlement Team about funding and grants.