Modules may include: Public Service Skills Employment in the Uniformed Services Improving health and fitness for entry to the uniformed public services Sport and recreation in the public services Crime and it's effects on society Career planning for the public services Citizenship, the individual and society The course also includes trips and visits, examples of which include an Army training camp and a Fire brigade training venue.
Public services courses are designed to make you a more attractive candidate for employment in many of the uniformed public services - Police, Fire Brigade, Ambulance Service, British Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Prison Service - and to ease the transition between school and the life in the services. In addition, you could use your qualification to progress onto Higher Education.
The course is designed to introduce students to the foundations of pursuing a future career in Public Services ( e.g armed forces, police, fire, ambulances services) through developing personal skills and qualities such as leadership and teamwork.
The level 2 Public service course provides the ideal stepping stone into a wide range of exciting careers in the uniformed services, including the Army and police force. You will benefit from the expertise of teachers who also have backgrounds in the armed forces and other Public services.
This course gives students the opportunity to enter employment in the Public Services sector: police, fire service,ambulance service and local government.
This course offers an opportunity for progression to enter employment in the uniformed public service sector. The units have been developed to gain a vocationally specific qualification to enter employment in the public service sector.
This course is ideal for you if you'd like a career in either the Armed Forces (Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines), Police, Fire Services, NHS (Including Paramedics/Emergency Services), Prison Service, Security or Coast Guard. Modules on this course include: Leadership, Employment within Uniformed Service, Fitness, Map-reading and Public Services Routine.
A Public Services course allows students to develop the skills and abilities to enable them to contribute towards and work effectively in a pluralistic society. It also prepares students for a range of jobs in a variety of public services organisations.
The course is aimed at students who are interested in a career in one of the uniformed services such as the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Army, Royal Air Force, Police, Fire Service and Prison Service. The course is aimed at students who are interested in a career in one of the uniformed services, and are looking for the first step.
This one-year programme is an ideal introduction into the public services, which will enhance your interpersonal communication skills, improve your understanding of the uniformed services and help develop your personal qualities to begin your journey in seeking employment in any of the uniformed or emergency services. You will need to show a high level of commitment and motivation to succeed in the various elements of this course, including being able to participate in a weekly physical training regime.
This course is an introduction to the public services – one of most varied career options you could choose. You’ll learn a variety of life and employability skills, preparing you for further study and new opportunities.
In this course students will study the following topics: improving health and fitness for entry into the uniformed public services; practical teamwork in the public services; map reading using ordnance survey maps; planning and participating in an event; introduction to expedition skills; developing personal skills for leadership; public service incidents; public services careers and searching for a job; personal skills for the public services and working as a volunteer.
The Entry to Sport and Public Services course is designed specifically to enhance the skills and qualities of the learner to help them progress on to either the next level of course or employment. Units include: Skills for leadership; Group project; Well being and Fitness; Introduction to security and Working in a team.
This course is mainly for school leavers, or anyone wishing to pursue a career in one of the Uniformed Public Services, such as the Police Service, Fire Service, Royal Navy, Royal Marines, British Army, Royal Air Force, Prison Service, and UK Border Agency. The course also has links to wider public services such as HM Revenue and Customs and the Ambulance Service.
Who is the course for? This course is aimed at anyone considering a career in the uniformed Public Services. It provides background information, experience and direct contact with Public Services including police, fire service, ambulance crew and the army.
This course will teach you some of the basic knowledge required for a career in the public services, including the police, military or prison service. Health and safety, teamwork, time management and communication are just some of the skills you will develop, alongside employability, business and personal life skills.
This is a practical, work related course, which develops the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to provide a sound, basic public services grounding. This qualification will give you experience in a wide range of skills from leadership, teamwork and verbal and non-verbal communication.
This programme provides a starting point to explore career options in the uniformed services, such as the Police, Fire and Rescue, Prison or Armed Forces. Subjects Covered: Core Units: The Role and work of the public services (external exam), Working skills in the public services, Employment in the public services, Health, fitness and lifestyle for the public services.
Designed for students who wish to pursue a career in the Armed Forces, Emergency Services or other uniformed public service, this course will develop your basic knowledge as well as practical skills. You will explore how teams develop, gain an understanding of the necessary leadership skills and learn about managing health and public service fitness.
This course will introduce you to the intermediate skills which you will need for your chosen service. It will be a mix of theory and practical sessions and you will need to buy and wear the course uniform during your time at college.