Our residential course encourages participants to consider their future and realise their worth to potential employers. It offers the chance for delegates to look at options that can be adopted to effect change and become at ease with their life. We look at mechanisms for coping with stress as well as the cause, symptoms and effects it brings. We work to strengthen perceived or real weaknesses and to encourage awareness of talent, alongside better understanding of the skills and qualities gained during an individual’s military career. Adjustment for some feels like an impossible mountain to climb and our courses are aimed at reflection, realisation and action towards a new life as a civilian.
Delegates have the option to be supported by mentors who attend the same course who, if wanted, remain available for up to 12 months: we hope to develop life changes that can take time to complete. At the end of the course with F4H, if desired, delegates will have completed a personal development plan with their mentor.
The Defence Recovery Capability sanctions serving wounded, injured and sick in resettlement attending our course whilst on duty. We are registered with Cobseo and the Institute of Leadership and Management has accredited our course.