New specialist one day educational courses from the CSP Academy for less than £30 per delegate
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The CSP Academy (www.cspacademy.ac.uk), the national education and training provider for Community Safety Partnerships, have released details of a series of new one day modular courses. To view a list of over 1000 organisations who have already engaged with the CSP Academy click here.
The new one day courses cover the learning outcomes, skill acquisition and course content of the highly popular BTEC Advanced Award in Neighbourhood Nuisance and Anti Social Behaviour Case Working. Each taught day covers the key skills and knowledge required by effective practitioners in the field of Anti social behaviour and Community Safety Partnerships.
At a glance the new specialist one day courses are:
- Information & data exchange
- Investigation & Evidence gathering
- ASB Tools & Powers - Including Proposed Changes
- Interviewing, note taking and statement writing
- Instructing legal teams & giving evidence in court
The modules are taught at the same level as a BTEC Level 3 and can count as recognition of prior learning for individual students who wish to complete the assessment for the whole qualification later.
All delegates will receive CSP Academy course attendance certificates for continual professional development purposes.
For a limited period of time these courses are being offered at a room rate cost of just £995.00 + vat per day's training for up to 30 delegates. This makes the cost per delegate less than £34.00 for a full day's education quality training.
If more than one consecutive days training is booked at the same in-house location each day will be reduced by a further £100 to £895.00 + vat meaning the cost per delegate reduces to less than £30.00 per days training.
As with all qualifications in the CSP Academy programme, all of the new courses cover the existing and as well as any new or proposed changes to legislation or practice.
Below is an overview of the new courses:
Information & data exchange
- To develop and enhance candidates' skills and techniques in using nuisance and anti-social behaviour tools and legislative powers in partnership and to develop rigorous and ethical approaches in their successful use.
- Describe the tools and legislative powers available to lawfully exchange and share information and data with public authority partner agencies.
- Explain and evaluate when, where, why and how Information and data exchange procedures and protocols should be used to share information and data
- Examine local Information Sharing Protocols and Home Office template
- Describe the current tools and legislative powers available to tackle anti-social and nuisance behaviour
- Explain and evaluate when, where, why and how tools and powers should be used to tackle anti-social and nuisance behaviour
- Identify and compare the diverse network of organisations that provides assets, resources and powers to tackle anti-social behaviour.
- Expected changes and instruction in the proposed tools and powers
- To develop and enhance candidates skills and techniques in investigation techniques, tasking and coordination, analytical techniques and intelligence products, standards of proof, planning, preparation and collection of evidence, types of evidence and the Police & Criminal Evidence Act 1984(PACE)
- Describe the investigative techniques used to effectively carry out an impartial investigation into anti-social and nuisance behaviour.
- Recognise and apply the different types of evidence gathering processes
- Identify and compare the disciplines used within the National Intelligence Model
- Practical evidence presentation.
- Practical statement writing
- Community harm statements
- Risk assessments
- To develop and enhance candidates skills and techniques in interviewing perpetrators, witnesses and victims, develop robust note taking abilities and to be able to present evidence for court proceedings in a statement.
- Effectively plan and prepare for an investigative interview and be prepared for a number of different responses that the subject may adopt.
- Be flexible in the use of different questioning techniques
- Effectively structure interviews with suspects and non-suspects.
- To make appropriate and accurate written records and notes.
- Practical statement writing that complies with the format expected
- Community harm statements
- To develop and enhance candidate's skills and techniques in instructing legal teams and representatives to successfully obtain legislative powers needed to moderate nuisance and anti-social behaviour.
- Describe the pre and post court procedures available to instruct legal teams or representatives
- Explain and evaluate when, where, why and how the pre and post court procedures should be used to tackle anti-social and nuisance behaviour.
- Identify and compare disclosure procedures within the pre and post court procedures
- Assess and analyse the presentation of evidence techniques in relation to giving evidence on cases of nuisance and anti-social behaviour in a court of law
- Practical evidence giving in different court settings
Course content for the above can be added or adapted as required to meet the needs of your organisation, network or partnership.
To find out more about these new courses please contact the CSP Academy on 0845 299 7144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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