Public Services programmes are suitable for individuals who aspire to work in the military or emergency services. You will need to have a genuine interest in a career within the Uniformed Public Services and be self-motivated, enthusiastic and prepared to work both independently and in a team. A career in Public Services gives you the opportunity to make a difference in your local community, whether that's through working in the Police Force, Fire Service, NHS or health and social services.
|Job Role||Police||Fire service||Paramedic||British Army||PCSO||Prison Service|
Students acccess college facilities such as the sportshall and gym alongside a range of external centres to maximise the student expereince and develop the technical and personal skills for progression.
Lucas wins 'Against All Odds' in Aspiration Awards
Judges in the 2021 NCFE Aspiration Awards selected Lucas Renyard from Eastleigh College as the winner of the ‘Against All Odds’ category, which recognises exceptional learners who have overcome difficult personal circumstances to achieve success in education. He wins a £250 prize to help him as he moves on to university.
94% of learners say they would recommend the College to a friend and overall satisfaction climbs
Upon completion of their courses a total of 781 learners aged 16-19 took part in the annual exit survey that benchmarked Eastleigh College positively against 1,377,178 responses from over 100 Colleges across the country.