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Level 1 in Public Services (Uniformed)

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Course CodeS0230
Academic Year1819
Dates10th September 2018 to 28th June 2019
Location NameNuneaton Campus
AreaPublic Services
Mode Of ProvisionFull Time
IntroductionThis is a one year full-time course for school leavers interested in a career in any uniformed service, eg Army, Navy, RAF, Prison/Probation Service, Fire or Police.
Study OutlineStudents will study the following areas/units on this course: Investigate Employment Opportunities in the Uniformed Services; Well-being and Physical Fitness; Develop Team Working Skills; Self-Discipline and Development; Carry Out Essential Map Reading and Navigation; Health, Safety and Emergency Care; Participate in Competitive Sports; Participate in Adventurous Outdoor Activities.
Entry RequirementsGCSE grades between E-G
EquipmentYou will need indoor and outdoor sports kit/footwear
AttendanceOne year, full-time course.
AssessmentThe course is assessed through a variety of methods, and is designed to give you a working knowledge of the Public Services.
ProgressionNCFE Level 1 Diploma course is a nationally recognised qualification, designed to give learners a good understanding of the working practices of and skills and aptitudes required by all of the main Public Services. Following this programme you may wish to seek employment, or progress onto a BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services course.
Awarding BodyNCFE
Available Full-time?Y
Available Part-time?N
Suitable for Higher Education?N
Suitable for Individuals?Y
Suitable for Employers?N
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