Do you like a personal challenge? Stand out from the crowd with our public services courses.
If you feel passionate about helping those in your community or further afield and you enjoy adventurous activities as part of a close- knit team, a career in the public services could be right up your street!
Our courses are designed to prepare you for entry into the public services sector and will give you the experience, the determination and the fitness levels you’ll require.
We’ll help you to develop your communication, leadership and teamwork skills and give you an understanding of our legal systems and how legislation is applied to current global situations.
If your future lies in helping others, our public services courses could be the gateway to a challenging and hugely rewarding career!
Current job role: Special Constable with Cheshire Constabulary
Previous courses: Level 3 Extended Diploma in Public Services; Community Policing and Criminal Investigations degree with University of Chester
“Public services is a course recognised by the police force and officers within Cheshire Police have links with Reaseheath’s public services department.
“My course helped me to progress in my career choice. I learned so much from my tutors and after I graduated they were there to advise me. They offered assistance with my university application and helped me to get onto the course I always wanted to do.”
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Why study Public Services at Reaseheath?
Our courses are industry focused so we’ll make sure you gain invaluable advice from industry professionals such as police dog handlers, prison officers and custom and excise personnel.
Get career ready with us and receive tailor made fitness training in our gym to prepare you for entry into the uniformed services.
You will learn about the impact of war and conflict and may have the opportunity to apply this knowledge through a study tour to Europe.
Enjoy adventurous training activities once a week such as bushcraft, land navigation and rock climbing.
You could potentially be involved with a police video training exercise, get plastered with mud during a residential Army taster camp and join a simulated house fire search at our local fire and rescue services HQ.
You may have the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at the Houses of Parliament and take part in law making workshops; visit Safety Central and experience how prisons work.