Tips to Prepare for Your Comp TIA 220-901 with Exam Dumps

General Overview CompTIA is a world-renowned non-profit organisation that offers various IT certifications. Their credentials come in five categories including Core, Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, and Additional Professional. The certifications offered are intended for candidates of different skills level, and the A+ credential is the main one – as it opens doors to launch your career in… Read More

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The (Military Pension) X-Factor Explained

A brief article to help you understand that ‘extra’ cash in your monthly pay. What is the X-Factor? It is an addition to basic pay that recognises the particular challenges of military life. Brief history The X-Factor was introduced in 1970. Male soldiers received 5% whilst female soldiers received 1%. The rates were not equalised… Read More

Ultimate Performance Fitness is Looking for Ex-Soldiers

Ultimate Performance fitness is expanding across the globe, and is looking for more ex-soldiers to join its team. The first Ultimate Performance gym, UP City, was opened in May 2009 with a team of just two full-time Personal Trainers. By January 2014, they had 65 Personal Trainers as well as four personal training gyms, and… Read More

Military Leavers: Fancy Working in the Network Cable & Data Centre Sectors?

Service leavers interested in working in the network cable and data centre sectors can now use enhanced learning credits to access more courses. The funding can be spent on programmes delivered by CNet Training, a technical education provider for the digital infrastructure industry. CNet offers packages from a level three Business and Technology Education Council… Read More

Military Leavers: Fancy An 8-Week Forestry Course?

An eight-week forestry course is now available to those transitioning out of the military. The Royal Forestry Society certificate in arboriculture and forestry is the first land-based skills programme to be approved by the Career Transition Partnership, the official provider of resettlement support for the Armed Forces. The first courses begin in September 2019. Visit… Read More

Leaving the Services Report (2007)

“The Ministry of Defence (the Department) needs to recruit around 20,000 men and women each year to the Armed Forces. The Department draws its workforce from a broad section of society including from areas of high unemployment and people with few qualifications. Recruits are required to adapt to military life and ethos and, where it… Read More

Who Pays Your (UK) Armed Forces Pension?

All UK Armed Forces pensions are paid for, on behalf of Veterans UK, by the Armed Forces Pension Payment provider, Equinti Paymaster. Since 2015, Equinti Paymaster has been a subcontractor of DXC Technology. For overseas veterans, Equinti Paymaster pays pensions on the date they are due, with payments then routed to overseas bank accounts via… Read More