PTRLDP - Specialist Delivery Techniques

Overview

This module addresses a range of complex training techniques, many of which are of specific relevance to police training. Such techniques include activities that: involve community venues or community representatives; require the planning and conducting Case Studies, Case Exercises and Paper Feeds; require planning, running and debriefing Role Plays.​

Who should attend

​Those who are about to undertake, or have just embarked upon a police training role as defined in the Police Sector Standards for the Training of Trainers.

Aims

​To provide learners with an opportunity to develop, practice and enhance skills and techniques associated with specialist methods of learning delivery.

Objectives

​Learners who have successfully completed this module will be able to:

  • identify, develop and employ appropriate and inclusive specialist techniques and activities for groups within a police training context
  • explain the principles and benefits of community involvement within police training and how to integrate community involvement in learning activities.

Entry requirements

​Students must first complete the Core Skills and Values module
Or
Successfully complete a formal Exemption of Attendance on the Core Skills and Values module (see further information on this process on this web page)
They must also have attended the Enabling Learning in Practice module, or have sought exemption from this from their sending police service or organisation.
A pre-requisite of attendance on all PTRLDP modules is that the learner has a sound understanding of the issues of equality, diversity and human rights within a police training context. We emphasise the importance of this as a foundation for the whole PTRLDP programme. An introduction to the necessary learning is covered by the NCALT Introduction to Diversity e-learning package, which can be completed or reviewed, as appropriate.
Students will also need to complete the Specialist Delivery Techniques Pre-Learning Workbook prior to attending the module.

Course Dates and Venues

Course duration

​4 days in total.

Methods of delivery

​Classroom-based sessions and community involvement visits.

Assessment processes / accreditation details

​There is no formal assessment of students through the module. Assessment of competence at specialist delivery techniques should take place in the workplace after the module and such assessment should be conducted by work-based assessors.
If students are undertaking the Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) this module may assist them in gaining an optional unit towards this qualification. To access the CTLLS qualification, students would need to have already completed the Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Award (PTLLS). Any of these qualifications require a commitment to studying and completing assignments in the students' own time.

Certification

​Potentially, an optional unit towards CTLLS (see above).

Additional information

​This module will be run centrally by the College of Policing subject to demand. Please note however, that the College of Policing is also committed to facilitating local delivery of PTRLDP modules and encouraging regional training partnerships.

For any further information please contact Programme Management:
Email: BusinessSupportAdmin@college.pnn.police.uk
Tel: 01423 876741

Contact

Phone:

01423 876741

Email:

BusinessSupportAdmin@college.pnn.police.uk

Cost to HO forces

Residential:

Please contact Programme Management for details of the current cost of undertaking this module at a College of Policing site.

Non-residential:

Please contact Programme Management for details of the current cost of undertaking this module at a College of Policing site.

Cost to non-HO forces

Residential:

Please contact Programme Management for details of the current cost of undertaking this module at a College of Policing site.

Non-residential:

Please contact Programme Management for details of the current cost of undertaking this module at a College of Policing site.

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