People who choose to work in the Uniformed Protective Services, whether this be the Emergency Services or the Armed Forces, often choose to do so because they like variety and a challenge. These jobs are not always conventional desk jobs, and staff working in them support each other in order to fulfil their roles successfully. All courses start with a ‘boot camp’ to ensure that both teamwork and discipline, particularly self-discipline, are embedded into the course. There are a variety of trips throughout the year in the UK, depending on the level you are studying. Students are required to wear a uniform one day a week and on any trips. You will learn drill and inspection, preparing you for all of the Public Services.
For further information, please email: Public.Services@brooklands.ac.uk
This is a combined course with our Sports Department which aims to provide students with a basic understanding of employment in the Sport, Leisure and Uniformed Public Services industries. Students will study a range of units such as: working in a team, how the body works and introduction to security, volunteering and planning.
This is a disciplined course that is designed to prepare young people for entry into the either the Emergency Services or Armed Forces.
This is a disciplined and challenging course that is designed to prepare young people for entry into the Emergency Services or Armed Forces.