Our CRC Policing course now has a Police Academy run in collaboration with Cambridge Constabulary, providing specialist police training including Traffic, SOCO and Firearms.
In addition to your main qualification in Uniformed Public Services, you will gain wider employability skills, English, Maths & IT, personal learning skills and social and community skills are highly valued by employers and will make you a more rounded, employable professional.
Recent Higher Education students have progressed onto top-up degree courses to study subjects including Criminal Justice, Public Services Management and Leadership in the Public Sector – others go directly into employment.
Assistant Chief Constable Vicki Evans of Cambridgeshire Constabulary said, “Cambridgeshire Constabulary are pleased to continue our support for students seeking to achieve the Higher National Certificate in Policing. Our long and successful partnership with the college helps local young people achieve the necessary qualifications to prepare them for future careers in policing and other public service. Working together we are able to provide valuable insight and understanding of the police service and our engagement with our communities”.
*These roles and salaries are just some of the potential opportunities for those who decide on a career in this sector and are not guaranteed. Median salary data is from our Career Coach tool which can be found by clicking here.*
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