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  • Chorus Intelligence

    Open Source Research and Investigation Training

    Chorus Intelligence

    The aim of this course is to provide a comprehensive guide to conducting level 3-4 open source research and investigations enabling effective capture of evidence and intelligence... Read more

  • Fortalice

    Recognising and Responding to Domestic Abuse Level 2


    This course will equip learners with the knowledge; confidence and skills required to work effectively with clients who experience; or have experienced; domestic abuse/violence. It is... Read more


    Commissioning and Provision of Disability Equipment; Wheelchair and Seating Services.


    These one day courses are based on CECOPS’ ‘Code of Practice for Disability Equipment; Wheelchair and Seating Services’. The training is broken down into three modules: (1)... Read more


    Technology Enabled Care Services


    These one day courses are based on CECOPS’ ‘International Code of Practice for Planning; Commissioning and Providing Technology Enabled Care Services’. The training is broken down... Read more

  • Business Sprinkler Alliance

    The Impact of Automatic Sprinklers on Building Design – Commercial Sector: Offices

    Business Sprinkler Alliance

    This report;’ The Impact of Automatic Sprinklers on Building Design – Commercial Sector: Offices’ will enable contractors; developers; architects and consultants to gain an... Read more

  • Down Syndrome Training & Support Service

    Introduction to Down Syndrome

    Down Syndrome Training & Support Service

    This session will introduce Down syndrome to people who have little experience of working with children with Down syndrome and cover society’s view of Down syndrome; health... Read more

  • NWG Network

    Transitions: 16 to 18 and Beyond

    NWG Network

    This training course aims to embed in practice some of the findings of the NWG’s report into transitional support for CSE victims and will complement our transition benchmarking... Read more

  • Sheffield Futures

    Exploring professionalism and boundaries in the workplace

    Sheffield Futures

    Whether you’re working with vulnerable clients or first point of contact it’s crucial to be aware of and reflect on Professional Boundaries. What are our duties? Why do we... Read more

  • Public Health England

    Structured Debrief Instructor Training

    Public Health England

    Debriefing is the process of critically analysing the performance of a team/department/organisation during an incident/exercise and is the basis of learning from incidents and... Read more

  • Disabled Living

    Kidz to Adultz Wales & West - Seminar Programme

    Disabled Living

    These events are free to attend; dedicated to children and young adults with disabilities and additional needs; their parents; carers and all the professionals who support them. The... Read more

  • The National Children's Bureau (NCB)

    Gender matters: Gender identity gender equality and trans-inclusion eLearning

    The National Children's Bureau (NCB)

    The course is designed to support schools to address sexual bullying and promote trans inclusion which both form part of a whole school approach to tackling homophobic bi-phobic and... Read more

  • ARCH North East

    The Extent and Impact of Sexual Violence

    ARCH North East

    To help equip professionals to understand the needs of victims of sexual violence and abuse and how to respond; support and safeguard them appropriately. How professionals should... Read more

More information about Public

The UK public sector is a major component of the total UK economy. According to Open University research, public expenditure in 2008/09 amounted to £618bn and constituted 48% of GDP. The public sector employs just under 6 million personnel (approx. 19% of total UK workforce) and is responsible for the delivery of a wide range of public services including: pensions and benefits (28%), health (18%), emergency services, law enforcement, and education (13%).

According to the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), the UK voluntary sector contributes £11.7 billion to the UK economy, and employs approximately 765,000 (2.7%) of the total 27.9million UK workforce.

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