Public Services - Dearne Valley College.
Back to Courses Community and Public Services. Course Code: UF6300, UX6301 Level: 5 Subject area: Public Services Awarding body: University of Plymouth Qualification: Foundation Degree Course type: Full-time, Part-time Time of Day: Daytime Duration: Two years (full-time), three years (part-time) When you'll study: Mondays, 9.00am - 5.00pm (part-time).
Discover the West Herts College Public Services courses. Get the skills you need with a career-focused Public Services qualification.
The Public Services Course leader Jessica Marshall is a former member of the Lancashire Hate Crime Community and Cohesion Group. Jessica was successful in securing a graduate student intern to help organise a hate crime conference to take place at UCLan. The hate crime conference was hugely successful and was widely attended by professionals.
Public service is a service intended to serve all members of a community. It is usually provided by government to people living within its jurisdiction, either directly (through the public sector) or by financing provision of services.The term is associated with a social consensus (usually expressed through democratic elections) that certain services should be available to all, regardless of.
Public Services qualifications provide the necessary skills for you to work in roles that are essential to society, whether that is as a police officer, fire-fighter or a member of the armed forces. If you enjoy a challenge, want to develop good communication skills and are motivated then take a look at one of our courses.
You will also have the opportunity to choose from a range of optional modules at Levels 5 and 6, such as Public Service Law or Disaster and Emergency Management. This BA(Hons) Public Services course also equips you with the professional knowledge and transferable skills to go on to a range of careers in a growing and dynamic sector.
Public Service. This value links to the principles of respect and selflessness from the Code of Ethics. As individuals and as part of a wider organisation, we have a responsibility to ensure that we act in the best interests of society as a whole. Improving the safety and well-being of the public underpins all that we do.