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Monday, 15 August 2016


CTP Future Horizons

CTP Future Horizons has been developed in response to the recognition and commitment from The Ministry of Defence, to improve resettlement provision to Early Service Leavers (ESLs). The programme is open to ESLs across all the services, regardless of how long you have served or the reasons you have for leaving. The programme has been designed and is delivered by the RFEA, The Forces Employment Charity with the support of the CTP.
You can meet with a CTP Future Horizons Employment Advisor at the following locations:
  • RRC Catterick: 01748 872900 / 01748 872949
  • ATC Pirbright, Sword Company: 01483 798614
  • RC Plymouth: 01752 557635
All ESLs should be registered with the programme automatically when they are discharged by their military unit discharge staff. If you are unable to visit one of the locations above, an Employment Advisor will be in touch with you following your discharge to discuss your support needs.

To speak to a member of the CTP Future Horizons team, please call us on one of the numbers above.

Specialist Advice

Once registered with the programme, a member of the team will contact you on a regular basis to find out how you are getting along and to check whether require further support from one of our partners.

You can also speak to one of our advisors on 0121 236 0058 if you feel you require further support with any aspect of your transition back into civilian life.

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