Throughout your career in the Military, you will have gained valuable experience which is directly relevant to a management career in the civilian workplace. When making the transition to civvy street, or progressing through your chosen career, good quality Learning and Development can help you to translate your existing skills and learn the terminology and procedures necessary to succeed.
There is benefit in seeking employment with an organisation that understands the value of continuous learning and development. Also remember that your ELC funding can be used towards recognised qualifications which will increase your chances of securing your perfect role. Whether you are eligible for upper or lower tier ELC funding, you can make up to 3 claims (one per financial year) for up to 5 years after leaving Service.
Bristol Management Centre
Bristol Management Centre has been offering high quality Resettlement training for over 40 years and can offer ELC-eligible courses and course packages in Project, Programme and Portfolio Management; Change, Risk and Benefits Management; Business Management and Improvement; Finance; Marketing; IT Governance and Service Management; Cyber Security and Resilience.
The Bristol Executive Management Programme (BEMP)
Their flagship Resettlement programme is the Bristol Executive Management Programme (BEMP) which has been widely regarded as the Gold standard advanced management appreciation course since 1975. BEMP is the perfect ELC-approved course, designed to give you the business skills necessary to prepare you for your future career, covering all of the essentials including Business Strategy, Accounting (for Non-Accountants), Business Operations, Employment Law and Marketing.
Success in Financial Management
The first topic covered on the 3-week BEMP course is Success in Financial Management because the accounts show the monetary outcomes of all the business operations. The course is designed to enable managers and aspiring managers to demonstrate a better understanding of financial management and accounting process, strengthening their decision making and allow them to play an active role in helping their organisation to achieve its objectives. It explores in depth the Accounting function and its relationship with other business activities. Accounting has an undeserved reputation of being a dull subject but BMC’s course gets the information across in a stimulating and entertaining manner, without losing any of the required rigour.
“What you will learn is what I use to analyse the financial aspects of my business clients in my consultancy. Everything is practical and you will leave with a good knowledge of the subject and an effective toolbox.” Philip Avery, Lead Trainer