You can go on to work in the uniformed services, such as the armed forces, fire andrescue service, PCSO, prison service or progress to further study at a higher level on Level 3 Diploma for Entry to the Uniformed Services course (dependant on GCSE English results).
What can this course lead to?
Who is it for?
If you’d like to follow in the footsteps of many of our students and join the Armed Forces, Fire and Rescue, Police or Prison services to name just a few, this course will prepare you for just that. Linking with local uniformed services for experience of service routines and the Armed Forces careers office for development of teamwork, you’ll learn the important elements of many roles, one of which could be your future dream job. As s no uniformed services job is without its own challenges, you’ll also face yours in a variety of adventure based indoor/outdoor activities.
What is covered?
Included in the course are visits from external speakers, trips to bases, meeting various public services personnel and expeditions and residential camps. You will study subjects such as:
- Health and hygiene
- Uniformed service routine
- Equality and diversity for the uniformed services
- Map reading
- Navigation skills
- Adventurous activities.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
4 GCSEs at grade 3/D or above and must include English and maths or a relevant level 1 qualification.
Assignments, practical demonstrations and tests.
You will be required to purchase the course uniform from Total Clothing (Peterborough) which costs approximately £160, this will need to be worn every day that you are in College. There is also a course cost of £150 which covers the cost of residentials, day trips, visits and other activities associated with the course.