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Resettlement News

National Insurance Tax Break for Employing Armed Forces Veterans

The Government has designed a new policy to provide a holiday from employer National Insurance contributions for a full year for every new employee leaving the Armed Forces.

Read more here -  https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/supporting-veterans-transition-to-civilian-life-through-employment

CNet Training is working further to support The Royal Signals and inspire Communications Infrastructure Engineers within 241 Signal Squadron to consider a career within the data centre sector after their military service.

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CNet Training, the global leader in technical education for the digital infrastructure industry, has pledged to support the armed forces community by signing the national Armed Forces Covenant.

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CNet Training's new technical developer, Clint Sherratt spoke to Quest Magazine about his time in the Armed Forces and how he knew his hard work to accumulate skills and qualifications during his time in the Forces would stand him in good stead of leaving and starting his new career...

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CNet Training is continuing to expand its Technical Development team, with the new appointment of Clint Sherratt to the role of Technical Developer.

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CNet has been announced as an Approved Provider by ELCAS, allowing ELC to be used towards its range of technical education programs across its Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework.

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CNet has been announced as an approved provider by ELCAS allowing Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) to be used towards its range of technical education programs.

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Quest Magazine has announced CNet's ELCAS approval for its full range of programs spanning the network cable installation and data centre sectors.

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The first Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCI®) certification for the Royal Corps of Signals has been awarded today, at their base camp in Blandford, UK. Leaders in IT and Communications in the Digital Age for the British Army, the Royal

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