This is What Our Learners Are Saying......
Dignity at Work training - Very well presented. Learnt things that I didn’t know before. (I) will use these skills when I’m next in the workplace
Dignity at Work training - Thought provoking and interesting topics. Really enjoyed the course and the interaction between trainers and learners
Customer Service course – I liked that the trainers seemed genuinely interested in the topic and about our workplace. They also listened to everyone’s views and made everyone feel comfortable to express their views
Leading the Team (Leadership training) – I appreciate the opportunity to ask questions and voice opinions (during training session). I found the session was a combination of confirming my current management practices and highlighting ways to evolve / improve further. Thanks
Terms and Conditions / Learner Agreement
We have taken great care to ensure our courses, the dates and their length meet most learner’s needs. However, we also recognise there may be times when you might need to change dates. Subject to availability of spaces on other courses this may be an option. However if costs are incurred then appropriate charges will be decided on an individual basis.
Achievement of the Certificate in Knowledge in Policing (CKP) will help prepare those seeking recruitment to the Police Service as a Police Constable in England or Wales. The qualification is also relevant to other related roles within the Criminal Justice Sector. The certificate is an important element of the Professional Entry into Policing Pre-Join Strategy, and accredits the knowledge and understanding which also forms part of the Diploma in Policing qualification.
The Diploma in Policing is the minimum mandatory qualification which Regular Police Constables are required to achieve to be confirmed in rank and forms part of the Initial Police Learning and Development Programme (IPLDP). All those who achieve the Certificate in Knowledge of Policing through a provider approved by the College of Policing will be able to submit this as evidence of the knowledge component of the Diploma. All awarding organisations offering the Diploma in Policing recognise and accept the relationship between the CKP and Diploma in Policing.
Successful achievement of the Certificate in Knowledge of Policing does not in itself provide any guarantee of recruitment as a trainee Police Constable. Each police force within England and Wales sets out its own recruitment process and selection policy and entry requirements vary from force to force. Prospective students are therefore strongly advised to check the specific requirements of their chosen force prior to undertaking study.
It should be noted that all candidates need to pass medical and fitness tests as well as background and security checks and undertake a series of assessments, tests and an interview at a Police SEARCH® assessment centre.
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