DaV’ange Training is offering Diploma of Policing (POL50115). The intended purpose of this course is to provide participants with a sound grounding in workplace skills, knowledge of organisations and management practice, legal knowledge to work effectively in the justice field and the research skills necessary to undertake projects. Students are required to make judgements and exercise discretion in their work.
The Diploma of Policing (POL50115) requires Ten (10) units to be completed for successful completion.
- POLGEN013 Demonstrate professional policing practice
- POLGEN018 Manage persons in care or custody
- POLGEN019 Operate safely within a policing environment
- POLGEN020 Communicate within a policing environment
- POLGEN021 Provide a policing response
- POLGEN022 Conduct an initial investigation
- POLGEN023 Apply legislation and judicial processes in policing
- POLGEN024 Deliver policing services
- POLGEN025 Deliver road policing services
- POLGEN026 Gather and review information for policing
Multi-modal Delivery Method
This program is self-paced and delivered in multiple modes. Choose the mode most suitable to your needs and experience;
Online: for student wishing to engage in an intuitive and dynamic online learning experience from anywhere they can connect
Workbook: for students who want to scribble, read, turn pages and pour over the detail
Face to face: we deliver the programs as traditional workshops for organizations and employers looking to grow staff knowledge and skill. We can contextualize to the agency’s needs and context, assist with change management and organizational messaging.
Rapid RPL™: Our rapid RPL process is for experienced workers and volunteers who require accreditation for knowledge and experience they already have. Employers, don’t pay to teach you staff things you have already taught them? Have it recognized and move onto training the gap.
Assessment is undertaken throughout the training program. It is competency based and may require the completion of written questions, projects, a portfolio of evidence and workplace observation. You will not be required to do complex assignments or exams outside of the training. Detailed information will be provided to you about your assessment during induction and in workshop sessions.
Assessment will be conducted via a combination of the following methods:
- Direct observation of your participation in the workshops
- The provision of work samples demonstrating the ability to undertake work based tasks to the required standard
- 3rd party reports from supervisors
- Interview based assessment
- Online training (if required)
Unless otherwise specified, all training days will begin at 9:30am and finish at 2:30pm. The training units are covered in a (1) day RPL Interview session. This session will be face to face.
Attendance at scheduled training days is critical for your learning journey. If you are unable to attend any of the scheduled sessions, please advise DaV’ange as soon as possible so that alternate attendance can be organised. If you do not attend a session without notice, alternate learning arrangements can be made.
We are proud of the superior quality of our training and the training team lead by Criminologist and former QUT Lecturer David Bradford. We believe we have the most flexible programs available on the market due to our unique multimodal approach. Your trainer is able to respond to any training related questions or concerns you may have as you progress through the program.
Fees vary according to government funding, please refer to www.davange.com.au
What is the Investment
The cost of the program is $4500.00. $1500.00 is payable by direct deposit when you submit your application. Three payments of $1000.00 each follows. A payment plan will be negotiated with you. Successful applicants will only receive certification when program payment is made in full. Please talk to Ange about your particular circumstances. She is there to help and can devise an alternative payment plan for you, if required. Call Ange on 0404 859 006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Coming November 2016
There are a limited number of places. Eligibility criteria applies.