HRH The Duke of York officially opens the Forces Media Academy

Anthony Bart-Appiah is one of fifteen service leavers and veterans who have embarked on a new media career at the state-of-the-art Forces Media Academy… More information

Ex-service men and women take steps towards a career in media

On the 26th September, 15 service leavers and veterans will embark on a free one-year Higher National Certificate (HNC) Media Production Course… More information

Film clip showing the Service Pupil Premium at work

State schools, academies and free schools in England, which have children of service families can receive the Service Pupil Premium (SPP). The SSVC Forces Welfare Team shares a film clip providing one great example of how that funding is put to good use… More information

Forces Media Academy – open for applications

ssvcApplications are now being accepted for the Forces Media Academy’s unique media course… More information

Service Leavers and Veterans Offered Free Media Course

ssvcThe Forces Media Academy has launched a unique media course for service leavers and veterans which will be taught in a live media environment… More information

Ex-forces offered chance to launch media careers

ssvcThe Chancellor of the Exchequer has awarded the Services Sound and Vision Corporation (SSVC) a grant for £1.8. million over three years to set up and run a Forces Media Academy… More information

TV Channel for the Armed Forces

TV CHANNELA new and unique television channel all about the armed forces launches today. It’s called ‘Forces TV’ and will be broadcast free to air on Sky satellite, Virgin Media and Freesat. The new factual channel focuses on the work of the armed forces and… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

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