A draft version of the new SFJ Awards Level 4 Diploma in Community Policing Practice, aimed at new entrants to the Police Community Support Office role, is now available for consultation. Please let us have your feedback!
We are now inviting expressions of interest in the working group for the development of the Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) End-Point Assessment and associated qualification. Please let us know by 6 July if you would like to be involved.
The consultation on the draft Level 5 Award in Designing and Delivering Incident Command has now closed. Thank you to all who provided feedback. Further information on the qualification will be published in due course.
SFJ Awards are pleased to announce our new Neighbourhood Management qualifications. The Level 3 Award provides the knowledge for those who work, or are intending to work, in roles which require engagement with community partners and the Level 5 Award develops the skills to be able to develop, implement and evaluate neighbourhood and community plans.
The new SFJ Awards Level 3 Certificate in Knowledge of Policing has just been approved by the Skills Funding Agency for Advanced Learner Loans.
The SFJ Awards Level 3 Certificate in Knowledge of Policing (QN 600/6610/6) has now been approved by the Skills Funding Agency for Advanced Learner Loans.
Register now for our policing event on 21 January 2016 at The Studio in Birmingham, which is open to all police forces and free to attend.
SFJ Awards will be hosting an event which is open to all police forces and free of charge. The event will be held at The Studio in Birmingham on Jan 21st 2016 and will focus on delivering policing qualifications effectively in the current economic climate. The day will include updates on the new policing qualifications, presentations,…
A Detective Constable has become the first learner in the country to achieve the Level 5 Diploma in Criminal Investigation.
A specialist qualification aimed at police call handlers has been developed and launched by SFJ Awards.
A new apprenticeship specifically designed for detectives has launched.
A policeman from Northern Ireland has become the first to gain SFJ Awards’ new qualification in restorative practice.
A new apprenticeship specifically designed for detectives is to launch in December.
The first learners have registered for an innovative qualification specifically designed for detectives.
Hampshire Constabulary has joined the growing list of awarding centres offering SFJ Awards qualifications.
Awarding organisation SFJ Awards is calling on police forces to embrace a new qualification that sees new recruits hit the ground running.
A career in the police service appeals to people from all walks of life, meaning that when services take on new recruits they start with varying levels of experience and understanding of what the role entails.
Investigation is one of the key cornerstones of the Police Service and SFJ Awards is pleased to announce that it is able to offer the first competence-based qualification for Detectives investigating Serious and Complex Crime that recognises the professionalism of those performing this important role.