Year 10 - Uniformed Services Programme


We are not trying to turn young people into soldiers. Rather, we simply use the best aspects of the military system and ethos to teach young people the value of being responsible for their actions, of doing on their own the work that needs to be done, and of working with others toward a common purpose.


The aim of the programmes delivered by North Wales Training at Kinmel Camp is to provide the environment and resources necessary for its learners to develop their potential in academics, leadership, physical well-being, moral character, and self-discipline so they become productive citizens in a diverse, global society.

YEAR 10 Uniformed Services Programme

(2 Year provision - Attending 1 day a week - 69 Days)

Who should attend?

  • Teamwork and Communication Skills
  • Employment Skills in Uniformed Organisations
  • Career Planning & Self
  • Assessment for Uniformed Organisations
  • Improving Health and Fitness in Uniformed Organisations
  • Personal Development through Adventurous Activities
  • Land Navigation by Map and Compass
  • Expedition Skills
  • Volunteering
  • Citizenship, the Individual and Society
  • Community and Cultural Awareness


Core Values







Selfless Commitment


  • Free use of full uniform – Boots, Combat Trousers, Belt, Polo Shirt, Fleece Jacket, T-Shirt & Rucksack
  • Educational visits during course
  • Intervention meeting by Staff at School (By exception)
  • End of Term reports
  • Open day for parents & guests (Mid way)
  • Celebration Day for students, parents & guests

Additional course Information

Successful learners are awarded:


Level 2 Diploma in Teamwork and Personal Development in the Community


This programme is suitable for pupils who are considering a career in one of the uniformed public services, such as the Armed Forces; Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force, Police, Fire & Rescue. It develops the skills and knowledge needed for a wide range of careers within the public services.


The course covers a variety of topics to give pupils knowledge and skills needed in the uniformed public service. Important parts of the programme are educational visits, practical outdoor activities, physical training, discussions and talks involving members of the public service.


Students will meet officers from the Police, Fire and Rescue Service, ambulance Service and Armed Forces.



What activities will learners do?


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These programmes are part financed by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government