With the requirement of all new entrants to the Police Force being qualified to degree-level by 2020, Brooklands College is set to host a Higher Education Policing event on Tuesday 5th March 2019.
Interested in a career in Policing? The new BTEC Higher Nationals in Policing is ideal if you wish to progress into the force, or for those wishing to top-up to a BA Honours Degree in Policing. A career in the force is unique, varied and rewarding, and you can expect to face challenges on a daily basis. You may be serving your local community or protecting your country against attack, with there being a range of career opportunities available to explore.
From dealing with difficult situations to responding to emergency incidents on blue lights to somewhere in between, a career in the Police Force is far from your normal ‘9 to 5’ job. Other progression routes from the course could include a career working in Her Majesty’s Prison Service, protecting the country’s borders with the UK Border Force or enforcing discipline with life as a Military Police Officer.
The event on Tuesday 5th March will run from 7pm to 8:30pm, with a key note address by Assistant Chief Constable of Surrey Police, Jeremy Burton. This is the ideal chance to take part in course-related activities and talk to course tutors to discover everything you need to know about the student experience at Brooklands College.
If you would be interested in attending, please register for this event by clicking here.