Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) - Recruiting now
The Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) is a fantastic opportunity for student officers to learn how to become a Police Officer and earn a salary, as well as study towards a paid for degree at the same time.
The PCDA is a combination of full-time work and study for 3 years. On completion of the 3 years, the student will be awarded a BSc Professional Policing Practice degree. All learning is delivered face-to-face in class at the University of Salford, and compromises of block learning complimented by operational, syndicated learning. Your student journey will include exciting learning opportunities such as role play, practical exercises, simulation, input from key speakers, a varied assessment strategy and benefit from student support, wellbeing services, student union and access to the library for example, and a dedicated one-to-one Learning & Development Coach to support and encourage your progression on the apprenticeship.
The entry requirements for the PCDA are Maths & English Level 2 (GSCE, Functional/Key Skills Level 2) and 80 UCAS points (A Levels, BTEC Extended Diploma, Diploma, Certificate, Award/NVQ).