East Riding College

Level Two BTEC Extended Certificate in Public Services

East Riding College
In Beverley

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Important information

Typology BTEC
Location Beverley
  • BTEC
  • Beverley
Description

This course gives you the opportunity to find out more about the roles, responsibilities and purpose of the public services and is aimed at giving you an insight into a career in public services such as the Army, the Royal Navy, the Royal Air Force, the police, the fire and rescue service, HM Coastguard, the prison service or the ambulance service. There is a fitness element and various team working activities as part of the course. You will have the opportunity to meet people working within the public services.

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Beverley (East Riding of Yorkshire)
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Gallows Lane, HU17 7DT

Starts

On request

To take into account

· Requirements

  • A minimum of four GCSEs at grade D (preferably one being English)
  • A satisfactory interview
  • An initial assessment

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What you'll learn on the course

Public
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Course programme

  • Career planning for the public services
  • Improving health and fitness for entry into the uniformed public services
  • Public service skills
  • Employment in the public services
  • Adventurous activities and teamwork for the public services
  • Driving and the public services
  • Sport and recreation in the public services

This course is assessed practically and through written coursework. Coursework and practical assessments are based on realistic workplace situations.

Our values
  • Quality Focused quality is at the heart of all we do, we are all accountable for performance and results.
  • Ambitious achieving success for our learners, staff, businesses and communities.
  • Enterprising innovative and responsive, encouraging new ideas to generate developments, income and efficiencies in our operations.
  • Resilient embracing change and being determined to succeed.
  • Respectful to each other, advancing equality of opportunities and promoting diversity
  • Caring safeguarding young people and vulnerable adults, providing a safe, inclusive and considerate environment for all members of the college community.

Additional information

One year

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