NCFE L3 Entry to the Uniformed Services
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To provide an opportunity for students to: Devlop personal communication and leadership skills through involvment in the Sussex Army Cadet Force and Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. A practical, portfolio based course with the opportunity to attend 3 extremely relevant and enjoyable residential weeks away in an Army Camp, Outdoor Activity environment and ship borne and Naval Base environment. * gain insight into employment in the uniformed service
Five Reasons to Study this Course at Chichester
1. Join Army Cadet Force enabling acess to a military base and activities
2. Take part in Junior Leaders Fieldgun
3. Go on exciting residential trips
4. Enjoy a variety in teaching and learning
5. Gain a Level 2 qualification in Fire & Rescue
What will I Study?
Six mandatory units: * Prepare for entry to uniformed service * Develop physical fitness * Leadership skills * Legal implications of physical actions * Current Affairs Two optional units: * Planning adventurous activities * Participate in service routine
How will I be Taught?
Practical classes Group & individual work Lectures Project work Self Study Study Trips
How will I be Assessed?
Coursework, projects, essays, practical tasks and reports. Observation and witness statements.
What our students say?
In feedback surveys this course consistantly scores high. The students comment on how much they have enjoyed the variety included within the course and the attitude shown by the teaching staff. Totally different to school, we are treated like adults!
BTEC Diploma / Extended Diploma in Uniformed Public Services Entry into a uniformed service via application route or employment
Appropriate Level 2 qualification or equivalent - Merit or above Three GCSEs grades A - C An interest in physical fitness and sport An interest in joining a uniformed service
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