If you enjoy making a positive difference to the lives of others, these courses can help turn it into a career in the uniformed or non-uniformed public services, such as the police, fire service, justice or voluntary sector.
As part of the course you will have the opportunity to meet a variety of professionals working in the field such as police and fire personnel and those working in the legal profession. You will develop vocational skills and participate in a varied programme of activities, including a team building army away day and mock trials, whilst developing your personal fitness.
Entry requirements will be discussed in detail at admissions interviews for all courses. Please note, the availability of all courses is dependent on the sufficient number of students. You are advised to also consider second choice subjects.
College Question Time for local MP
Students at Macclesfield College hosted a ‘Question Time’ session with local MP David Rutley to find out more about how government works and the role of a Member of Parliament.March 2016
Public Services students get active
Students from Macclesfield College’s Public Services courses have been busy taking part in various fun, informative activities to help with their studies.February 2016
CPR activity to raise money for defib
Students and staff from courses in Health & Social Care and ?Public Services recently held a marathon sponsored ?CPR? session at Macclesfield College to raise money for a local ?defibrillator? unit.June 2015
Students quiz election candidate
Students at Macclesfield College got into the spirit of the election debates by holding a ‘question time’ style session with local Labour candidate, Tim Roca.April 2015
Students gain an insight into the world of politics
Local MP David Rutley paid a visit to Macclesfield College to help students gain a greater understanding of local and national politics.February 2015