We are very proud to announce that the brilliant charity CVQO has chosen the Valiant team to define their website strategy, design and development. The organisation does an amazing job helping 13-18 year olds achieve vocational qualifications. These qualifications cover BTEC, City & Guilds through to ILM and cover those skills that so many employers look for; teambuilding, leadership and initiative. As part of our “getting to know them” process we were invited to a graduation ceremony at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. The graduates were some of the adult volunteers who run and inspire young learners through the combined cadet forces and Duke of Edinburgh schemes. Many of these people have selflessly given their time whilst learning and demonstrating significant skills which have previously not been recognised. CVQO realises that there is a place in society for more than just academic qualifications. A young learner Alex, the recent recipient of the CVQO Westminster Award, spoke at the ceremony. Alex has Asperger’s and he gave a moving account of his journey from an introverted and awkward young man through to what he has achieved today through the young adult uniformed organisations. He was articulate, funny and confident in front of a large crowd. How inspiring.

This is why we are delighted to have been chosen by CVQO to clearly articulate their benefits in a digital environment – so that we can help engage, encourage and educate more young adults to take this path if it’s right for them.

The new website will launch early 2019. If you’d like to learn more now you can visit CVQO here.