Higher Certificate In Law Enforcement Supervision

Starting at ZAR 20970.00
1 years duration

Gain an understanding of the supervision of traffic, policing and law enforcement and discover your potential in the field of professional law enforcement.

The purpose of the Higher Certificate in Law Enforcement Supervision is: To promote the development of knowledge, skills and values that are required in the supervision of traffic, policing and law enforcement officers. To help learners realise their full potential in the field of professional law enforcement supervisory practice. To provide opportunities for police practitioners to progress to higher levels of performance in law enforcement agencies. To enhance the performance of officers who are involved in police supervisory functions and wish to advance professional policing practices. Learners working towards this programme will find that the acquisition of the competencies in this programme will add value to their understanding of the sector and functioning in the workplace. It will provide for a consolidation of the broad knowledge, skills and values needed to be successful as supervisors.

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Lyceum Correspondence College
Lyceum Correspondence College
Private College ยท 75 courses
Lyceum Correspondence College is a distance learning institution based in South Africa. It offers a wide range of courses and qualifications in various fields, including business management, education, tourism, and creative arts. The college provides flexible study options, allowing students to learn at their own pace and from the comfort of their own homes. Lyceum Correspondence College is accredited by the Council on Higher Education and registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training in South Africa. It aims to provide quality education and support to students who are unable to attend traditional brick-and-mortar institutions.
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