Public Services Courses and Apprenticeships in London
Public services are provided by a government to the people it serves and include the Armed Forces, emergency services, healthcare, education, social services, national security and prison services.
You’ll learn about human behaviour, gain knowledge on social issues and develop the skills needed in many of these roles, including leadership, teamwork and communication.
Previously, our students have had the opportunity to visit the Metropolitan Police, Old Bailey, London Ambulance Service, the London Fire Brigade at Bruce Grove station, the Imperial War Museum and RAF Hendon.
Public Service Courses and Apprenticeships at CONEL
The School of Public Service offers progression routes from Level 1 to Level 4. All of our courses are taught with a variety of approaches in mind, designed to make your learning experience the best it can be.
We offer courses in:
- Public services
- Uniformed services
What you could earn
- Police Officer: Hourly Pay £18.60, Weekly Pay £800, Annual Pay £41,600
- Police Community Support Officer: Hourly Pay £12.14,Weekly Pay £510, Annual Pay £26,520
- Probation Services Officer: Hourly Pay £13.66, Weekly Pay £560, Annual Pay £29,120
- Ambulance Paramedic: Hourly Pay £18.37, Weekly Pay £790, Annual Pay £41,080
- Army Soldier: Hourly Pay £9.68, Weekly Pay £350, Annual Pay £18,125
- Army Officer: Non-graduate cadets: Hourly Pay £11.63, Weekly Pay £500, Annual Pay £26,000
- Merchant Navy Deck Officer: £11.63, Weekly Pay £500, Annual Pay £26,000
Top facts about Public Service courses at CONEL
- Educational visits have included trips to the Metropolitan Police, London Ambulance Service, London Fire Brigade, the Old Bailey, RAF Halton and the Imperial War Museum
- Many students return to the College as guest speaker to tell students about their careers
- In 2014/15 the proportion of lessons graded ‘good’ or better was 94%
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