Examples of Uniformed Service skills include: Problem solving, Communication, Respect & Resilience skills.
Emergency & Uniformed services are occupations to assist and protect the public. Roles within this sector are rewarding, but there can be an element of risk, with your actions being accountable. Making substantial decisions can be a valuable skill to possess.
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Army officers command, manage and motivate teams of soldiers.
Bodyguards protect individuals or groups from the risk of violence, kidnapping and other harmful situations.
Bomb disposal technician
Bomb disposal technicians identify, defuse and destroy explosive devices.
Border Force officer
Border Force officers protect UK border entry points like ports and airports, by enforcing immigration and customs regulations.
Chief inspectors manage operational teams in their districts like CID or neighbourhood policing, co-ordinating responses to major incidents.
Coastguards help prevent the loss of life at sea by supporting search and rescue operations.
Dog handlers work with specially trained dogs to help detect and prevent crime, find lost or missing people and protect property.
Door supervisors enforce the entry policy in venues like pubs, bars and nightclubs and look after the safety of the people inside.
Firefighters help to protect people from fire and other dangers, and give advice on fire prevention.
Merchant Navy deck officer
Merchant Navy deck officers look after the day-to-day running and navigation of ships, and take care of passengers and cargo.
Paramedics respond to emergency call-outs and give people life-saving medical help.
Police officers keep law and order, investigate crime, and support crime prevention.
Prison officers supervise inmates in prisons, remand centres and young offenders' institutions.
Private investigators (PIs) make enquiries on behalf of their clients to find out information and check facts
Royal Air Force (RAF) officers manage teams of airmen and airwomen. They also carry out flying duties or work in specialist ground support.
Royal Marines officer
Royal Marines officers lead teams of commandos in combat situations, at sea and on land.
Royal Navy officer
Royal Navy officers manage ships and submarine operations and are responsible for all personnel in their command.
Scenes of crime officer
Scenes of crime officers (SOCOs) find, record and recover evidence from crime scenes.
Security officers make sure that buildings, valuables and people are safe and secure.
Soldiers take part in peacekeeping missions, supporting humanitarian efforts or fighting in combat zones around the world.
Store detectives prevent shoplifting in retail outlets and shopping centres.
Drama, Music & Performing Arts