This package includes all three Police Station Representatives Accreditation Scheme (PSRAS) assessments; the Police Station Accreditation Written Exam, Portfolio Submission and Critical Incidents Test (CIT) and online support for each assessment. This package is for non-qualified practitioners.
The Written Exam is the first stage of the police station representatives accreditation course and is designed to assess a candidate’s understanding of the role of the police station rep in the police station and the skills that are needed to perform that role effectively.
The police station accreditation scheme Portfolio contains summaries of nine cases in which you have been involved with both the giving of advice, and attendance at an interview between the police and the client, at a police station.
The purpose of Critical Incidents Test is to assess your effectiveness in advising and assisting clients at the police station and your suitability to become an accredited police station representative. The Critical Incidents Test takes the form of a role play assessment under exam conditions.
Developed by Datalaw's Assessment Board and accessible via any internet connected computer, mobile or other internet ready device for a period of 12 months, the PSRAS Written Exam, Portfolio and Critical Incidents Test online support courses are samples based and comprise the following materials:
Police Station Portfolio and Critical Incidents Test Additional Support
A 1-hour round-up of what to consider when writing up your Portfolio and when preparing for the CIT
Please click the links below for further details regarding each assessment and for a copy of our assessment timetable.
To request an invoice, please contact the Accreditations Department on 0151 236 2024.
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