Course Overview A subject which plays a central role in society and our everyday lives, A Level Law will provide you with the opportunity to examine,…
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Also known as Uniformed Protective Services Extended Diploma
Develop leadership and teamwork skills required by the uniformed protective services industry. If you are interested in joining the blue light or armed forces, Prison Service, security organisations or HM Customs, our motivational protective services programmes will prepare you for a range of career paths. This course is also an accepted qualification for entry into university, with more than half of our students going on to study subjects including police studies, law, sociology, criminology, and psychology. Last year students went on to a variety of destinations including university places at Portsmouth, Brighton, Central Lancashire, Hertfordshire, Bristol, Buckinghamshire and Bournemouth. You can expect to meet lots of guest speakers to challenge, inspire and develop you.
This qualification has two externally assessed units which will be in the form of written exams.
Grade 4 in English and Maths plus 3 grade 4s in other subjects
£20 for textbooks
£360 (approximately) for 2nd Year trip
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract
There are a range of opportunities for a career in the public services including roles in the police, army, fire service, nursing, RAF, security and border control and many more. Students may consider direct entry into other employment, or further training.
This course is an accepted qualification for entry into university, with students going on to study subjects including police studies, law, sociology, criminology
and psychology at universities such as Brunel, Kent, Leicester, Manchester, Plymouth, Reading and Southampton.
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Public Service student Kyle Brewer achieved D*D*D* in his Level 3 Extended Diploma.
I found the course challenging at times, but very rewarding. I decided to join The Henley College primarily due to the Rugby programme, however the variety of courses and the professional but relaxed environment was also important when deciding. The best part of my time at the college was receiving my final grade! College has prepared me for the big wide world, not everything is spoon fed to you, which will help me with my next steps in University.