Public Services Courses

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), more than 5.4 million people work in the public sector across the UK – accounting for 17.1% of those in employment. Our Public Services courses are delivered by highly qualified tutors with a wealth of experience in the private and public sectors.

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Further Education programmes in public sector services enable students to develop the relevant employability skills for their chosen career. Our further education qualifications are targeted at learners who would like to gain employment in the uniformed services sector. The qualifications are suitable for those who would like to enter employment in an operational role or in an office-based role supporting the uniformed services.

If you’re active and passionate about helping others, Public Services courses provide an ideal opportunity to prepare for employment in a wide range of public service occupations such as the Police, Fire Service, Royal Navy, Army, etc. Students may also progress to public service-related higher education courses and general business courses.

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Full-time Courses

Public Services Level 2
Public Services Level 3
Georgina ChristieWhat Our Students SayQuotation Mark

Georgina Christie

Course: Public Services Level 3
Progressed From: The Stanway School

"I like that my course is both written and practical learning. The teachers are very supportive. I chose this course because it would give me knowledge and skills, such as expedition, team work and communication skills, these could help me get into my intended career."

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Annie Wright

Course: Public Services Level 3
Progressed From: Hedingham School and Sixth Form

"I enjoy all aspects of the Public Services course. I want to be a Police Officer and the course has allowed me to research the various job opportunities and has helped me with the application process for the Special Constabulary."