A practical course featuring, in no particular order... specialist emergency role-play scenarios... water-based activities including sailing and canoeing... a week-long residential trip to Wales... and the chance to do paid college and department representive work at events!
On this course you'll develop your teamwork, problem-solving, decision-making and effective communication skills further.
You'll also develop higher-level analytical skills. emergency response skills and competence in outward-bound activities.
There are a range of assessments for this course:
- Group work
- Written assignments
You'll need to have successfully completed the Public Services Level 3, Year 1 course before starting this one.
Tim Bamforth-White (Head of Department and ex-police), Ryan Karrer (ex-military), Gwen Edwards & Steve Burge (ex-fire fighter).
There's the opportunity to do voluntary work alongside your course, which will help your learning and your job prospects.
After you've completed this course you can either head into full-time employment or move on to further study at university.