Police Lecturers (Police Education Qualifications Framework)
Full training given
Monday to Friday (Friday working from Home)
This is a great opportunity for those with Policing experience to receive training to become a fully qualified Lecturer and to use your experience to guide and mentor students on their journey to becoming fully fledged Police Officers.
Our client is the Metropolitan Police Service’s (Met Police) learning partner, working with a collaboration of four London-based universities – Anglia Ruskin University, Brunel University London, University of East London and University of West London – to support the UK’s largest police service with the training of its new officer recruits.
Due to continued growth in volumes, they are looking to recruit a number of individuals with Policing experience (ideally within the last 5 years) to deliver highly engaging lecturer led lessons, role-plays and practical sessions to the next generation of police recruits.
You’ll be part of a business that supports over 14,000 apprentices, you will be provided with all the training that you need to become a fully qualified Lecturer. During your training you will be provided with in-depth practical support from experts in this field as well as funding your PGCHE (if you don’t already have it).
What do I need to be able to do the role?
You will need to be degree educated (or equivalent) whilst also having up to date relevant operational experience in policing.
To succeed you will also need:
• Excellent literacy and communication skills.
• Be a confident speaker, ideally with experience of delivering training sessions to groups of people or individuals.
• Ideally not have left a policing role more than 5 years ago, however they will consider candidates depending on experience since leaving.
What else do I need to know?
• Successful applicants will need NPPV1 via the Met Police vetting process and an enhanced DBS through the Disclosure and Barring Service, however this will be provided during on boarding
• These roles are on a permanent basis.