Walking With The Wounded beneficiaries supporting COP26
This month, several Walking With The Wounded (‘WWTW’) beneficiaries secured employment with Security company, RSM Securus. They are now supporting the security detail at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow
WWTW has been working in partnership with security company RSM Securus, a veteran-owned business, for a few years and recently WWTW Employment Advisor, Jon Scott Laws, worked with the company to secure paid employment opportunities for 4 WWTW beneficiaries. Furthermore, RSM Securus generously paid for the SIA training and SIA badge for the beneficiaries so that they could work at the event.
RSM Securus is run and owned by four Directors who have either served in the British Army, the Royal Navy, the Ambulance Service and HM Prison Service. The company solely recruits ex-military and ex-emergency service personnel.
RSM Securus Company Director, Dan, commented, “Walking with the Wounded always provide RSM Securus with a pool of talent which I can use for my security business. I always approach Jon when I need to recruit, and he always puts forward high calibre candidates. It’s an honour to be able to give back to those who served our country.”
WWTW Employment Advisor, Jon Scott-Laws, added, “A career in the Armed Forces provides you with a wealth of transferrable skills which can help to secure rewarding civilian careers. It is incredible to see a number of those I support working at such a high-profile conference. Thank you to Dan and RSM Securus, for supporting WWTW and those who served.”
To find out more about how WWTW supports veterans and their family members, click here.