Officers Association Scotland

Working with former officers to build better futures.

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Opportunities for 2016

Get ready for 2016 with our employment services and events.

Welfare Services
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We aim to relieve financial distress for ex-officers who were commissioned into the Regular, Reserve, Auxiliary, or Territorial Forces.

Employment Services
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We offer employers the best possible access to officers who are leaving the Services, and to ex-officers looking for employment.

Key Partners
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Find out more about our partners, including the Regular Forces Employment Association and the Career Transition Partnership (CTP).

Testimonials
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In the last year over 80 of our clients found jobs in high status professional employment with world class organisations.

Latest News

Education & Training ::  | February 3, 2016

Great Offer of free training courses from an OA Supporter

Future Sales Factory provide high quality training courses for a variety of commercial organisations.  They have offered OA Scotland clients the opportunity to have one place on each of their courses – these courses normally cost from £300 – £600 per course. The next course in February 2016 is Sales Skills – this would be ideal […]

Events ::  | May 25, 2016

The Combat Stress in Scotland Summer Lecture 2016
Craiglockhart Campus, Edinburgh Napier University. 12pm, Tuesday 14 June

Combat Stress is the UK’s leading mental health charity for veterans. We provide free specialist clinical treatment and welfare support to ex-servicemen and women across the UK with mental health conditions. We treat conditions including Post Traumatic Stress. Please see details below for the lecture at Craiglockhart with Tim Collins. Combat Stress in Scotland  

The Officers Association Scotland (OA Scotland) exists to relieve distress for all those who have at any time held a Sovereign’s Commission with embodied service in HM Naval, Military, or Air Forces, and among their wives, widows, husbands, widowers, children and dependants.  This includes ex-officers who were commissioned into the Reserve, Auxiliary, or Territorial Forces.

Applicants must be resident in Scotland at the time of their initial application or have been members of a Scottish Regiment or intend to settle in Scotland.

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