Employer Engagement event on board HMS Victory Part.2

Councillor Frank Jonas the Armed Forces Champion accepted the MOD Silver Employer award on behalf of Portsmouth City Council.

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Denise addressed the Silver Award winners which included her own Hospital NHS Trust. She said, “I am so proud to represent the Royal Naval Reserve.”

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Royal Navy Reservist Denise Wright, who works as a Nurse t the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, is a member of HMS King Alfred based on Whale Island in Portsmouth 

Mr Heppenstall addressed the Silver Award recipients and said, “Three years ago QinetiQ accepted the same award, I congratulate you all, continue to do what you have signed up for, and remember the challenge – Silver is good but there is much more to do, Gold is the next step!”

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Mr Joe Heppenstall, Resourcing Lead at QinetiQ and the company’s Reserves Champion 

Captain Matt Loughrey, Commander of Brompton Academy Combined Cadet Force said, “We have been set up now for around 18 months and our contingent Army section is up to 40 – 50 strong.”

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Matt Loughrey accepted the Silver Award on behalf of Brompton Academy, a forward thinking and vibrant Academy based in Gillingham Kent. One of the first state schools to establish and develop a thriving Combined Cadet Force. 

More photos can be seen here http://www.serfca.org/Links/Media/Gallery/ID/16/HMS-Victory-Silver-Awards


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