Public Services Management

Introduction

Our Public Services Management courses aim to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the public services and their management. The courses encourage and support will allow you to gain the knowledge, understanding and skills required by the public sector and other areas of management, where higher levels of problem solving, analysis, research and communication skills are required.

Courses Available

Programme Coordinator Profile

Danielle Banyai

PGCHE; PGD IT; MA (Research) in Social Anthropology; Research in First Generation Undergraduates with CHES at UoK; BA (Hons) in Development Studies, Sociology and Social Anthropology with French; Erasmus (Socrates), Scholar at the University de la Réunion; More than fifteen years’ experience of teaching HE.

District Chair: Independent Police Advisory Group (Kent Police); former Staff Governor of Canterbury College.

Nina Guillot

CAPES; MA; BA; PGDip (Russian); Lecturer Modern Foreign Languages; Curriculum Link Learning Practitioner; Translator.

John Molloy

PGCE; MA; PGDip; Navigation Officer; Commercial/Consumer Banking; Police Officer; Home Office Ministerial Advisor; University Lecturer; Business Consultant.

Tim Wilshire

PGCE; LLM; LLB; External examiner; university Law lecturer; CILEX lecturer and examiner.

Employability

The course aims to support students to enter careers in a range of public services, including the Police, Prison Service, UK Border Agency, Fire and Rescue services, HM Revenue and Customs, the Armed Forces, and a host of other career destinations.

The courses aim to prepare students for sustained careers and many of our graduates are successful in the Police Service, Prison Service, Armed Forces, Probation Services, NHS, Social Services; whilst others have achieved senior positions in the commercial banking sector for example, or taken the opportunity to train as teachers. Others have engaged in voluntary work whilst studying with us.