The course is designed for students who wish gain knowledge of the public services, with a view to potential employment. It provides the skills and knowledge relevant to roles in the police, fire, prison and armed services. The course provides a balance of practical and theory-based lessons to prepare you to work in the public services. Good links to the relevant services ensures that learners get to experience some aspects of the work conducted by our public servants. Links with universities provide an insight to what courses are available, whilst using their facilities to conduct assessment work. Twitter @CollegeOutdoor Instagram tcmtpublicservices Tik Tok @tcmt_sps
Entry is by interview: students must have a desire to work in the public services. 4 GCSE’s graded D-E are desirable
Modules: Public Service Skills & Support for the Community, Activities & Teamwork for the Public Services, Expedition and Land Navigation Skills, Employment in the Uniformed Public Services, Crime & its Effects on Society, Driving in the Public Services, Security Procedures in the Public Services, Cybercrime & Security
• Fully assessed via coursework for each module studied • A mixture of written and practical assessment
• Progression to L3 Uniformed Protective Services • Apprenticeship / Traineeship • Armed Forces
04 September 2023 - 31 July 2024
Senior police officers plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the resources and activities of a specific geographical or functional area of generalised or specialised police work. Senior officers of the British Transport Police direct the specialised police service for the railway network across Britain.
Fire officers plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the activities and resources of a specific physical or functional area of a statutory or private fire brigade/service and the resources necessary for the protection of property at fires within a salvage corps area. Ambulance officers plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the resources necessary for the provision of ambulance services. Prison officers (principal officer and above) plan, organise, direct, and co-ordinate the activities and resources necessary for the running of a prison, remand or detention centre. Customs officers plan and direct the work of customs, excise and immigration staff in the monitoring and inspection of goods and persons crossing national borders.
Job holders in this unit group plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the administration, support systems and activities that facilitate the effective running of a university, college or other educational establishment.
Job holders in this unit group manage and oversee major projects across all sectors of modern industry, commerce and the public sector, in areas such as e-commerce, business analysis, finance, product development, marketing, human resources.
Social workers provide information, advice and support to those who are socially excluded or are experiencing crisis; they protect the welfare of vulnerable groups including children, young people, people with disabilities, elderly people and people who are mentally or physically ill, and they may specialise in specific areas of work.
Probation officers work to rehabilitate offenders. They supervise, counsel and help them before trial, during any prison or community sentence and on release from prison.
Those holding jobs in this unit group are full-time members of the armed forces of the UK, the Commonwealth and other foreign countries and perform military duties for which there is no civilian equivalent.
Police officers (Sergeant and below) co-ordinate and undertake the investigation of crimes, patrol public areas, arrest offenders and suspects and enforce law and order. Officers of the British Transport Police operate within the specialised police service for the railway network across Britain.
Workers in this unit group co-ordinate and participate in fire fighting activities, provide emergency services in the event of accidents or bomb alerts, and advise on fire prevention.
Prison service officers (below Principal Officer) direct, co-ordinate and participate in guarding inmates and maintaining discipline in prisons and other detention centres.
Public services associate professionals supervise, manage and undertake general administrative work in national and local government departments, organise the activities of local offices of national government departments, and promote the image and understanding of an organisation and its products and services to consumers and other specified audiences.
Job holders in this unit group undertake a variety of administrative and clerical duties in national government departments, and in local offices of national government departments.
Job holders in this unit group undertake a variety of administrative and clerical duties in local government offices and departments.
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