Certificate in Uniformed Services

Dundee and Angus College


Arbroath Campus, Gardyne Campus


The programme covers aspects required for successful entry to the uniformed services such as Physical Fitness requirements; Health and Safety requirements; Forces Information Sessions; Knowledge of Uniformed Services; Communication; Numeracy; Swimming; Fitness Sessions.

In addition, students will develop their vocational knowledge and employability skills through the constant input of our partners in the civilian and military services, students will benefit from this unique insight and exposure to the real life experiences of those working in our uniformed services.

Entry Requirements

At interview, applicants are required to explain their experience, interests, knowledge and skills relevant to their chosen career in the uniformed/emergency services. They must demonstrate ability, understanding and a clear commitment to succeed. All applicants’ fitness levels will be assessed by gym-based fitness tests.

Progression Routes

Army, Navy, RAF, Fire Service and Police amongst others. Progression to a relevant sports course may also be applicable.

Start Date




Study Method

Full time

Course Length

32 weeks


Sport and Fitness

SCQF Level