Have you got what it takes to join the uniformed services? Our Military and Protective Services (MaPS) Academy provides the ultimate preparation for a career in the armed forces, emergency and rescue services, the fire, police, ambulance, UK border force as well as, non-uniformed roles, civil service,
voluntary or private security sector.
We offer two options for you to start your studies in the military and protective services depending on your GCSE results. On completion
our Level 3 course offers you the choice of university study or employment. Our Level 2 course is ideal if you would like more time to
develop your skills before progressing on to Level 3.
This one-year course offers you an insight into, and understanding of, the entry requirements for the military and protective services. Gain a wide variety of skills and knowledge from a range of units related to protective and military service. You will undertake practical military training and education in order to equip you with the necessary skills to enable you to make decisions on which service to apply for and to prepare you in all respects for initial selection.
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You want a career in the uniformed military service.
English and maths at Functional Skills Level 1.
Interview preparation, fitness testing and psychometric testing, preparing you with the knowledge and skills to succeed in your basic training.
To gain a wide variety of skills from problem solving to navigation.
Undertaking practical military training and education
The selection process for either the Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force or further study on our Entry to the Uniformed Services Diploma Level 3.
Lauren Bennatto OPERATIONAL SUPPORT GRADE (OSG) HM PRISON FORD
Lauren studied the Level 3 diploma at Duchy College Stoke Climsland and is now an OSG at HM Prison Ford.
“I loved my time at Duchy College, especially the times we spent out on exercise and our visits to HMS Raleigh, where we carried out parts of the phase one training for the navy, alongside the recruits at the time. Duchy College provided me with so many life skills that I use in my current job and really improved my confidence. It also gave me an insight into many jobs that I had not
considered before, including the job that I do now. In my role as OSG I work mostly in the communications room running the radio net, the gatehouse, correspondence, where I monitor the mail, and in the wing offices answering offenders’ queries.”
*Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The college reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility. The Cornwall College Group reserves the right to withdraw any course listed at any time.