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Public Services

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Prepare for a career in the armed services, emergency services or support services with a public services course from Uxbridge College. Gain the skills and experience you need to excel in this field.
  • Supporting the UK, the Uniformed Public Services (UPS) prevent and respond to incidents, protect and serve society, provide peacekeeping, humanitarian assistance, prevent conflict PShland defend UK interests.
  • Our courses offer a range of experiences and opportunities to learn about disaster planning, emergency response, law, discussing security threats and human behaviour.
  • On completion, students look to gain direct entry into the Emergency and Armed Services or higher education including university with progression which may include emergency planning and management, terrorism studies, criminal psychology or more traditional subjects like psychology, criminology, law and more.
  • Check out our Virtual Open Day recording for Public Services & other subjects here.


Check out the video below to see why our students think their Public Services course is so good!


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To apply for a course, please click on the (i) 'Courses' Tab on the right or scroll down (if using mobile), (ii) Select your level & choose your course and (iii) Click on the 'Apply Now' button on the desired course page. 

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Thanks to my extremely supportive teachers I have been able to complete my credits and can progress to uni with my qualifications. The facilities for my course are very good but most of all I like where I spend time between lessons, like the canteen, the quiet areas, Starbucks and other common areas. Uxbridge College is a really good place to study. If you’re unsure I suggest you visit an open day, speak to staff and see how good it is for yourself!