Lancashire Police are currently looking for people to become police officers with their Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship Programme.Advertisement
Applications are set to open on Monday, 1 March.
This three year apprenticeship will give people the opportunity to learn on the job, while studying for a BSc in Professional Policing Practice, which is awarded by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).
This is a rigorous programme that will give you a valuable blend of knowledge and experience.
You’ll earn while you’re learning and your university fees will be funded by Lancashire Constabulary.
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It’s a great way to start your Lancashire Police career if you don’t already hold a degree.
If successful, you will combine studying with serving as a front line police officer at Lancashire Constabulary.
You’ll study across several locations:
The course takes place in three blocks of learning throughout each year and involves classroom sessions, coursework and exams.
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When you’re not in the classroom you’ll be working on full operational duties putting theory into practice.
To apply, you will need Level 2 qualifications in English and Maths (GCSEs at grade 4 (C) or above) plus at least 2 A-Level’s or equivalent level 3 qualification before starting.
The starting salary for the role is £24,780 and this will increase annually.
Applications open on 1 March. To register for job alerts, click here.
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