Level 3 Public Services (Uniformed)
A one year course (90 Credit) leading to a 2nd year (Extended Diploma) based in the Learning Exchange , City of Liverpool College.
Over the two years you will develop practical skills and theoretical knowledge relevant to public services, including teamwork, citizenship, law, criminology, discipline and politics.
The course has an industry focus delivered by staff with recent industry experience.
Assessment is via coursework.
BTEC Level 3 90 Credit Public Services
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Public Services (Year 2)
This course leads to...
The course can lead to a wide range of career pathways including Police, Fire & Rescue, Ambulance, Prison, Armed Services & Customs & Excise.
Many students go on to university after successfully completing the course.
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• You must be aged 16-18 and have 5 GCSEs at Grade C / 4 or above, including English, Maths or alternatively at least a Merit in a BTEC or OCR 1st Diploma or equivalent.
• All applicants will need to complete a satisfactory interview and initial assessment.
• You should show a genuine interest in the study of public services, be disciplined and committed to working hard.
Why study with us?
Excellent grades within the Public Services department
Range of practical activities offered including water and land based.
National Citizenship Award - includes a week residential
Duke of Edinburgh - nationally recognised award.
Guest speakers from industry - army , police & fire service.
Links to Merseyside Police - public order training, cadets, police specials.
Trips to London and Houses of Parliament.
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