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Find out which Universities and Registered Qualification Providers have agreed to the College RPL Process. Course costs displayed are the annual charge for a full time year, part time costs will vary dependent on the number of modules completed in that year.

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The programme combines elements of criminology, psychology and archaeology to introduce students to a wide range of applied investigative techniques, grounded in both classic and contemporary theoretical perspectives. Subject areas include techniques of forensic investigation, miscarriages of justice in the criminal justice system and forensic psychology.

Delivery Location:University of Winchester
Assessment Style:An indicative, and not necessarily comprehensive, list of assessment types includes essays, portfolios, supervised independent work, presentations, written exams, or practical performances.
Delivery Methods:Full time / part time

Provider: University of Winchester
RPL Cost: £150
Cost: 9250
Delivery Method: Face to face

This course is designed for those in the Public Services aimed at developing knowledge, skills and competences for individuals to progress their careers, enhance their understanding of business and engage with further study in the area of leadership and management.

It is a high quality programme that adopts a blended learning approach of face to face delivery and online taught content. It is delivered by experienced academics providing the latest thinking and developments in the areas of business, leadership and management. A variety of modules ensure both academic and vocational perspectives.

 

 

This course is designed for those in the Public Services aimed at developing knowledge, skills and competences for individuals to progress their careers, enhance their understanding of business and engage with further study in the area of leadership and management.

It is a high quality programme that adopts a blended learning approach of face to face delivery and online taught content. It is delivered by experienced academics providing the latest thinking and developments in the areas of business, leadership and management. A variety of modules ensure both academic and vocational perspectives.

Workshops:

Academic Skills Induction – All participants will undertake non-credited bridging work during Induction to ensure they are prepared for HE study. This will include study skills, research and academic writing.

Finance Workshop – underpins the study of business and improves individual knowledge of financial practices and decisions within organisations. These will be undertaken in the first Semester of the programme.

Innovation and Enterprise Workshop – underpins study of business and improves individual knowledge and understanding of the principles of enterprise and innovation. These will be undertaken in the first Semester of the Programme.

Credited Modules:

Level 5

Research Methods – this will cover the fundamentals of conducting a research project including methodology, analysis and reporting.

Marketing in Business – improves individual knowledge and understanding of the principles of marketing and the relationship between marketing and customer relationships.

Level 6

Advanced Coaching and Mentoring – Students will critically examine the role and purpose of coaching and mentoring and evaluate its use within an organisational setting.

Business Leadership – Students will examine how leaders make decisions and lead teams, evaluating their own leadership practice and self-leadership capabilities.

Reflective Business Portfolio – portfolio based module whereby students reflect upon their academic, personal and professional development within their organisational context applying relevant business theory.

Contemporary Business Issues – Review and critical evaluation of the social, political and cultural issues impacting the operation of private and public sector organisations.

Honours Project – study area of choice in leadership and management.

Provider: Plymouth Marjon University
RPL Cost: £50
Cost: £9,250
Delivery Method: Online, Face to face

BA (Hons) Policing:

Year 1 Level 4: Introduction to the Criminal Justice System; Explaining Criminal Behaviour; Understanding Crime and Society; Crime Investigation (one) and Professional Practice (One).

Year 2 Level 5: Crime Reduction and Community Risk; Policing; Diversity, of Crime and Prejudice ; Crime Investigation (two ) and Professional Practice (two).

Year 3 Level 6: Police Specialisms; Professional Practice (three) and Applied Research Project

A key feature of this course is practical development; therefore, you’ll undertake Professional Practice modules during each year or stage of study (i.e. Levels 4,5 & 6). Each module will focus on developing the requisite skills and qualities necessary to commence a policing role, as stipulated by the College of Policing. For existing Police Constables RPL/APL will be applicable for these modules. For other staff you will complete a required number of duty hours as a Special Constable under tutorship with a serving police tutor.

Provider: Nottingham Trent University
RPL Cost: Refer to provider APL policy
Cost: £9250
Delivery Method: Online, Face to face

This course undertakes a critical exploration of contemporary policing issues, providing a strong grounding, that allows students to develop their knowledge and skills of policing with an emphasis on evidenced based and reflective professional practice. It moves beyond taken for granted definitions and ideas, and critically evaluates claims to knowledge within policing

Delivery Location:On site at LJMU
Assessment Style:Varied but including examinations, essays, presentations and group work.
Delivery Methods:Classroom based and Distance Learning

Provider: Liverpool John Moores University
RPL Cost: refer to Provider's APL policy
Cost: 9250
Delivery Method: Online, Face to face

This course undertakes a critical exploration of contemporary policing issues, providing a strong grounding, that allows students to develop their knowledge and skills of policing emphasising an evidenced based and reflective professional practice. It moves beyond taken for granted definitions and ideas, and critically evaluates claims to knowledge within policing. There is a particular emphasis on the application of investigation and analysis techniques to gather and preserve evidence from computing devices in a way that is suitable for presentation in a court of law.

Delivery Location:On site at LJMU
Assessment Style:Varied but including examinations, essays, presentations and group work.
Delivery Methods:Classroom based and Distance Learning

Provider: Liverpool John Moores University
RPL Cost: refer to Provider's APL policy
Cost: 9250
Delivery Method: Online, Face to face

Develop students as reflective practitioners who are able to analyse and critically evaluate their role in policing and its impact on the wider community.

Provide an opportunity for students to create and understand the contributions of sociological, criminological and psychological theories to policing.

Develop students knowledge and critical understanding of the principles of policing and the wider criminal justice sector.

Develop students critical thinking, analytical, innovative, creative, problem-solving skills in a policing context.

Delivery Location:Northampton
Assessment Style:Coursework, exams and Role-plays
Delivery Methods:Face to face and online

Provider: University of Northampton
RPL Cost: refer to Provider's APL policy
Cost: £9,250 per year full time, part time on enquiry
Delivery Method: Online, Face to face

The PPF is designed to allow practitioners in work to study for a degree in their professional field. Depending upon their experience and aspirations individual officers, managers and support staff can achieve an undergraduate degree, postgraduate certificate/diploma or Masters in their own practice. The course is offered through a blended learning provision that does not require learners to take extensive time off work but provides full support for those who may not have studied in higher education before or for some time.

The evidence based and innovative curriculum allows each learner to individually design the content of their programme (with support from their own academic adviser) to suit their own needs.  It starts with a programme planning module and a review of the learning/skills and capabilities the practitioner has developed to date.  The learner will probably be able to make a claim for this learning already achieved ‘on the job’ and evidence that it should be ‘counted against’ a part of their degree. This can reduce the number of modules the learner needs to achieve in the remainder of their programme which can be made up of:

1) Modules chosen to cover a specific technical area or a management skills. Individual modules from all courses within the University.

2) A research project (with or without research methods training). This project work is designed by the learner to achieve real impact within their work role and bring value to both themselves and their department.

Delivery Location:Carmarthen or online distance learning
Assessment Style:The framework does not require essays or tests as assessments but concentrates on tasks which add value to the learner for example: an evidence portfolio for the review of learning or a project report for the final research module
Delivery Methods:Initial induction on campus but continuing with workshops and/or tutorials

Provider: University of Wales Trinity Saint David
RPL Cost: RPL for prior certificated learning free, RPL for experiential learning £5 per credit (Max 240 credits can be claimed through RPL)
Cost: £9,000 full course cost (360 credits @£25 per credit) (course fee is reduced based on RPL awarded)
Delivery Method: Online, Face to face

The BA Criminal Justice Practice (Policing Studies) aims to:

Provide a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the core areas of criminology, with a particular focus on policing and criminal justice.

 

The BA Criminal Justice Practice (Policing Studies) aims to:

Provide a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the core areas of criminology, with a particular focus on policing and criminal justice.

Develop the skills and theoretical knowledge required to become critically reflective practitioners

Provide a dynamic and student-centred approach to learning that reflects specialist interests and student autonomy

Enable students to develop key personal and transferable graduate skills through embedded academic and professional development

This course will encourage you to evaluate a range of theoretical perspectives from the social sciences and apply them to the social and personal context of crime, victimisation and criminal justice responses to crime. The course introduces you to the principles of social research methodologies, quantitative and qualitative techniques and processes for the analysis of research findings.

Specialist areas of interest include; policing and crime prevention, penal policy, legal and policy frameworks within criminal justice, partnership working, and personal/organisational ethics.

Provider: Sheffield Hallam University
RPL Cost: See Sheffield Hallam University Website
Cost: £9250
Delivery Method: Face to face

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The current Directory contents has been produced following engagement with the HEI forum and desk based research. An application for the inclusion of additional courses can be downloaded here.