First Response First Aid Sign Armed Forces Covenant

The ceremony, which took place on Wednesday, 20 December 2023, marks a public pledge from FRFA to support veterans, reservists, and their families, ensuring they face no disadvantage in accessing public or commercial services.

Armed Forces Covenant signed by First Response First Aid

Kelly-Marie Harris, Chief Growth Officer of FRFA, emphasised the company's commitment during the signing. "The covenant is more than a commitment; it's a testament to our belief in the potential and value of every veteran," she said. "As we welcome these heroes into our team, we are not just offering jobs; we are fostering an environment where their skills, experience, and dedication can thrive."

The Armed Forces Covenant represents a crucial step for businesses, public bodies, and charities willing to support the Armed Forces community. It reflects a nationwide moral obligation to members of the Armed Forces and their families, ensuring they receive fair treatment in various aspects of life.

Ben Buxton, Head of Business Development at FRFA, highlighted the significance of the covenant. "Signing the Armed Forces Covenant is a milestone for First Response First Aid, reflecting our deep respect for the Armed Forces and our commitment to ensuring veterans have meaningful career opportunities," he stated. "Their extraordinary skills are an invaluable asset to our team and the clients we serve."

First Response First Aid Ltd, renowned for its family values and customer-focused approach, has been a trusted training provider for over 20 years. The company has made strides in recognising the value ex-forces bring to the workforce, implementing policies that encourage their employment and acknowledging their military skills and qualifications during the recruitment process.

In addition to its commitment to veterans, FRFA offers a wide range of accredited courses across the UK in first aid, mental health, fire marshal, manual handling, people handling, food hygiene, and eLearning, having awarded hundreds of thousands of accredited certificates since its inception.

For more information on First Response First Aid Ltd and their range of courses, please contact https://www.firstresponsefirstaid.co.uk/contact/

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