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10
Sep
2024

BTEC 3 Advanced Award in Community Safety Crime & Nuisance Management for Practitioners

10-09-2024 9:00 am - 10-12-2024 3:00 pm
Online
£1045 member price / £1095 non member price

Aimed at officers who specialise in antisocial behaviour or work within the community safety sector. The course gives delegates a broad choice of modules introducing the tools and powers available to tackle antisocial behaviour and covering the skills and knowledge required to become a competent specialist.

To qualify delegates are required to complete four modules including the mandatory Tools and Powers module.

Each module is x2 parts delivered online from 9am -12.30pm.

Candidates can choose 4 modules from the list below one of which must be Tools & Powers.

Community Safety Casework  Part 1- 10th September  Part 2 - 17th September 
Tools & Powers (mandatory)  Part 1- 24th September  Part 2 -1st October 
Interviewing & Statement Taking          Part 1- 8th October  Part 2 - 15th October  
Conflict Resolution  Part 1- 22nd October   Part 2 - 29th October 
Domestic Abuse Awareness  Part 1- 5th November  Part 2 - 12th November 
Information Exchange  Part 1 - 19th November  Part 2 - 26th November 
Supporting Victims & Witnesses  Part 1 - 3rd December  Part 2 - 10th December 
19
Sep
2024

BTEC 2 Community Safety Casework Autumn 2024

19-09-2024 9:00 am
Online
£545 member price/£595 non member price

Perfect for those starting the journey towards specialism or simply wishing to consolidate and validate their knowledge. 

Suited to officers who investigate ASB reports or address community safety issues within their day to day role.

Part 1: Thursday 19th September 9am -12.30pm 

Part 2: Thursday 26th September 9am -12.30pm 

Part 3: Thursday 3rd October 9am -12.30pm

Part 4: Thursday 10th October 9am -12.30pm 

02
Oct
2024

BTEC 5 Professional Award for Managers in Community Safety

02-10-2024 9:00 am - 23-10-2024 12:30 pm
Online
£1075 members/£1125 non members

This course covers a wide range of topics with a focus on national strategic development, the wider community safety agenda and supervising casework.  Exploring the history of Community Safety strategy and the concept of Antisocial Behaviour with a focus on how partnerships operate and how historical cases have shaped current practice and strategy.

There are four compulsory modules which will run from 9am -12.30pm delivered online via Teams.

The dates and modules are:
Community Safety Agenda: Wednesday 2nd October 2024 

ASB Tools & Powers: Wednesday 9th October 2024

Supervising Casework: Wednesday 16th October 2024

Community Engagement: Wednesday 23rd October 2024