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Public Services Level 2 Diploma at College of North West London (FE)

Course description

The objective of this qualification is to provide informed and prepared potential recruits to the uniformed services (eg armed forces, police, fire service).

Course content

The Level 2 Diploma for Entry to the Uniformed Services will provide learners with an understanding of the uniformed public services sector. It will give learners the opportunity to understand and develop the skills and qualities needed to work in a range of uniformed services, e.g. Teamwork, communication, problem solving, navigation and drill. This is an exciting and practical course with learning activities including: - Investigate employment in the uniformed services - Physical fitness for the uniformed services - Develop team working and problem solving skills - Health and safety in the uniformed services - Health and hygiene in the uniformed services - Follow uniformed service routine - Exploring equality and diversity for the uniformed services - Carry out map reading and navigation - Undertake adventurous activities - Participate in competitive sports - Explore the use of telecommunications in the uniformed services - Explore volunteering and volunteering opportunities Learners will have to complete 2 Residential Expeditions camping and hiking (4 days each) plus 5 activity days and 7 hiking days.

Entry requirements

Applicants will need to attend an interview and assessment.

Future opportunities

The course will enable learners to prepare to make a recruitment application or provide a basis for further study and progression towards the entry qualification of a specific service.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact College of North West London (FE) directly.

Last updated date: 04 March 2016
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Contact details

    • Contact name:
    • Course Information Centre
    • Contact telephone number:
    • 02082085050
    • Email address:
    • cic@cnwl.ac.uk

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