Public services students at Coleg Sir Gâr joined forces to celebrate their achievements in their annual awards day.
The course, which is available from level one to level three, provides students with an insight into the work of the emergency, military and voluntary services and develops their knowledge of the public sector.
After college, many students will further their education to university level in subjects relating to public services, law and policing or they may look into directly joining the public services sector such as emergency call handling, the fire service or joining a military force.
The audience, which included representatives from the public services industries as well as families of students, watched a presentation highlighting the work of students throughout the year.
This included military days, charity work, firefighting training, major incident simulations, links with Dyfed Powys Police, team leadership, expeditions, Remembrance Day, counter terrorism awareness, Army and Marines visits, road traffic awareness delivered by a police officer/former student, meeting the police dog handling team and visits by local PCSOs.
Amanda Morgan, lecturer in public services at Coleg Sir Gâr said: “This is a very fitting way to end the academic year by recognising our students’ achievements.
“We are very proud of all our students and these awards honour their outstanding commitment and celebrate individuals and groups who have shown exceptional leadership and resilience, engaging in community service and demonstrating a deeper understanding of the importance of public service.”