For the Diploma in Public Services your course will look at 5 main areas:
1. Finding out about public services: Explore the whole spectrum of public services in the UK, including armed forces, education, law and order, health, plus local and central government.
2. Local communities: Look at local public services, and how they differ from nationally delivered public services.
3. Health and wellbeing in communities: See how public services assess, support and promote wellbeing for individuals and communities.
4. Protecting communities: Learn why people and communities need safety and protection, and how it’s provided.
5. Skills to work in public services: Discover the range of careers in public services, and the skills you need to work in them.
If you’re doing a Higher or Advanced Diploma, you will cover more areas including paying for, promoting and influencing public services, plus legislation, people management, collaborative working, funding and many more.
These are some of the things you might do on your course:
* Explore the job roles of people in public services; those who develop, maintain and protect society
* Look at what local services are offered where you live
* Learn new communication methods to help you gather information and share it with the public
* See how important health and wellbeing is to your community
* Find out about safety and protection services, like the emergency services, trading standards and justice system, and how they work together
If you like the sound of the Diploma in Public Services, find out more at www.diplomainpublicservices.co.uk