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Level 2 NCFE Diploma in Public Services

Full Time

Course Overview

This course aims to make you an informed and prepared potential recruit for one of our many uniformed and public service organisations. It will prepare you to make a recruitment application or provide a basis if you want to go on and study at a higher level, or towards the entry qualification of a specific service.

It will provide you with an insight into the practical qualities you will require, not only for uniformed services, but also for employment in general.

Course Content

The course covers a wide range of subjects including:

Investigating Employment in the Uniformeed Services

Physical Fitness for the Uniformed Services

Develop Team working and Problem solving Skill

Health  and Safety in the Uniformed Services

Health and Hygiene in the Uniformed Services

Follow Service Routine

Exploring Equality and Diversity for the Uniformed Services

Undertake Adventurous Activities

Participate in Competitive Sports

Learners will have the opportunity to visit a variety of public services and will also gain knowledge of the industry from a wide range of speakers. To enhance employment opportunities the course may also have additional qualifications built into the programme.

Entry Requirement

You should have 4 GCSEs at grade 3 or above, including English and Maths.


The course is continuously assessed with assignments, projects and case studies.Learners will develop a responsible and co-operative approach to working on your own and in groups, using practical activities and presentations.

Where does this course lead to

This course is a recognised route into a Level 3 Extended Diploma course.Learners should aim for a merit or distinction grade at the end of the course to ensure progression.

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Course Outline

Course Code: JF76
Study Mode: Full Time
Location: Basingstoke
Start Date: 10/09/2018
Duration: 1 Year
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