Teacher in Charge: Mrs S. AndersenRecommended Prior Learning
Achieved NCEA Level 2
A new course for 2022 (numbers dependent) the New Zealand Police have developed an innovative and creative initiative to support the transition of Year 13 students into a career in New Zealand Police.
This Programme aims to provide students with a foundational understanding of real-world knowledge, constructive attributes and positive attitudes associated with Policing in Aotearoa. In addition, the course gives students opportunity to explore physical and leadership requirements of being a police officer.
Topics include: » The role of Police in contributing to better public services and societal outcomes » History of police within the community » Diversity of policing in the community » Mātauranga Maori and police » Communication » Formal and informal interview strategies » Physical appraisal training and testing » Psychometric testing » Leadership in Police » Emotional Intelligence and policing » Community work- based experiences
Upon successful completion of the Police Pathway Programme, students will receive NCEA Level 3 credits. The year-long course also incorporates the content of the 12-week distance learning course which is a requirement for all RNZPC entrants – meaning that students will not have to complete this separately as part of their Police College application. However, they will still need to meet the other entry requirements.
Police Officer, Corrections Officer, Firefighter, Fishery Officer, Security Officer/Guard, Parking Officer, Probation Officer, Emergency Management Officer, Army Officer, Army Soldier, Ship's Officer, Marine Engineer, Navy Sailor, Navy Officer, Air Force Airman/Airwoman, Air Force Officer