SFJ Awards has been steadily adding to its family of approved centres from across the justice sector, with three new organisations joining in the New Year.
South Wales Police Learning and Development is an award-winning centre providing training and professional development to police officers and police staff and most recently new recruits on the innovative apprenticeship programme known as The Bridge. SFJ Awards will be working with them through a mix of QCF Accredited qualifications and customised awards accredited through the SFJ Awards Accrediting Learning Professionally (ALP) scheme.
London Probation Trust is the largest single probation trust in the UK and employ more than 3,000 staff who manage and support in excess of 40,000 offenders. In addition to the traditional Diplomas in Probation Practice (Levels 3 and 5) and Level 2 Certificate in Probation Case Administration, they will be offering the full suite of assessment and internal quality assurance qualifications as part of their operational delivery strategy.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service cover two thirds of Wales from urban areas such as Swansea through to coastal, rural and moorland areas. The centre will be offering the full suite of fire and rescue plus a selection of learning and development qualifications to their new and existing staff.