Certificate in Uniformed Services
This course covers aspects including: Physical Fitness (boot camp, water-based fitness, circuits, resistance & CV training), Adventure Activities (Mountain Biking, Hill Walking etc.) Fitness Testing, Leadership, Teamwork and also Communications, Numeracy and ICT. In addition, learners will develop their vocational knowledge and employability skills through the on-going input of industry partners in the civilian and military services, which provides a unique insight to the real-life experiences of those working in the uniformed services. Throughout the course learners will be supported through the application process by a variety of uniformed and emergency services.
During the interview, in a one-on-one or small group setting, applicants will be asked to describe their experience, interests, knowledge, and skills relevant to their desired career in the emergency services or uniformed services. They must demonstrate their ability, understanding, and commitment to succeed. Fitness tests will be conducted to assess the fitness levels of all applicants. Details regarding fitness testing will be provided to applicants before the interview.
Method of Assessment
Assessments are integrated throughout with no formal exam at the end.
Supports application to a range of services: Ambulance Service, Prison Service, Fire & Rescue Service, Police, Royal Navy, RAF, Army or Royal Marines. Progression to a relevant Sports & Fitness course may also be applicable.
26 Aug 2024
- Tuition fees may be paid for full-time students in Scotland subject to meeting residency requirements, applications should be made to the appropriate funding body. International Students please refer to our International fees page