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Uniformed Protective Services

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Uniformed Protective Services

Why choose a career in Uniformed Protective Services

Are you driven to help others, especially in times of crisis? Do you like to be active and enjoy following clear rules as part of a tight-knit team? If so, a rewarding career in the Uniformed Protective Services may be the role for you.

Throughout your studies, you’ll develop the skills and level of physical fitness you need as you prepare for a career in this sector. You’ll also learn and embed key fundamentals that will prove vital in your future role, including team building, how to become highly disciplined, and be better prepared to deal with challenging and unpredictable situations.

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Not only that but Cheshire College is proud to have strong links with a range of Uniformed Protective Services including the Army, Cheshire Fire and Cheshire Police. These relationships benefit our students immensely as they explore work placements, advice and employment opportunities.

Our Uniformed Protective Services students have progressed onto successful and fulfilling careers in employment within the Armed Forces, Police, Fire and Rescue, Prison and Probation Services and the NHS Ambulance Service.

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Kelsey Student Spotlight

Kelsey Wright

(Uniformed) Public Services Extended Diploma Level 3, Public Services Higher National Diploma Level 5

“In the first year, I didn’t attend or participate in classes very well. I changed my attitude and I increased my grade from a Pass to a Merit, which enabled me to progress to the HND. I have since topped-up my HND to a BSc (Hons) Degree in Police and Law Investigation and am now studying an MSc in Human Resource Management. Being at College has made me more ambitious and confident in my own abilities, and it gave me a focus and direction that I didn’t have before.”

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