The Protective Services Academy Launch
The official launch of The Protective Services Academy has taken place. Students who have expressed an interest in following a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Public Services from September were invited in with parents and other family members to formally accept their place in the Academy. Ashley Power, Academy Director spoke at length to explain why the academy has been set up and how it will be run. It is a two-year programme designed for 16-19-year-old young adults that are interested in a career in the armed forces, police, fire service, prison services or even the civil service. This course will provide students with the skills, qualities and more importantly the nationally recognised qualification they will need for a successful career in the protective services.
This is a really exciting opportunity for the students at The Mosslands School as the Academy is the first one in the country to offer such a bespoke course. Ashley and the team are very experienced and more than competent to deliver it as all of them have served time in the armed forces doing tours of Iraq, Afghanistan and Cyprus.
There are still places available on this course for September. If you are interested in joining or simply wish to find out more please contact Mrs Danher, Director of Sixth Form or follow the link