CPKN News 2011

CPKN News 2011

Technical Discussion Boards Added to Trainers’ Forum

CPKN’s Trainers’ Forum has recently been expanded to include Learning Management System and Course Development discussion areas.

Knowledge-sharing at Work: Recent Releases at CPKN

Knowledge-sharing is the foundation of the CPKN model. Whether providing Subject Matter Experts to develop new content or sharing in-house courseware, this approach gives the Canadian police community a wide range of online learning opportunities.

FIPA 2.0 Delivers an Enhanced Firearms Training Experience

The Canadian Firearms Program has created an enhanced version of Firearms Identification for Public Agents.

New Free Learning Event: Occupational Health & Safety: Frontline Officer

Until January 31, 2012, Occupational Health & Safety: Frontline Officer is offered as a free learning event to Canadian police and law enforcement personnel.

Stanhope 2011: Managing Change, Navigating Technology for Enhanced Learning

There’s a lot changing in the world of police training. Economic pressures, new technologies, and a greater focus on a sector-based competency approach are all drivers behind the need, and the capacity, to improve training efficiencies.

Halton Regional Rolls Out POIC Training

In an effort to reduce preventable collision incidents, Preventing Officer-involved Collisions (POIC) is now being used as mandatory training at Halton Regional Police Service. As reported in today’s Toronto Star (www.thestar.com/news/article/1066055--opp-officers-like-halton-police-ta...), this follows a similar training event at the OPP in 2010.

Free Learning Event: Personal Protection Strategy

Personal Protection Strategy for Infection Prevention and Control is offered as a free Learning & Evaluation event until December 31, 2011. All Canadian police and law enforcement personnel are invited to participate in this free introductory period which is sponsored by the Police Sector Council.

PSC Launches HR Management Software

The Police Sector Council has launched i-SkillSuite® – Police Edition, a free web-based application that will provide Canadian police HR managers with access to multi-functional, nationally validated competency-based tools, templates, and guides.

Protecting the Medium and the Message: Information Security at CPKN

By Brian Fleming, CPKN Manager of IT Systems

The nature of CPKN operations demands information security to be a top priority.

Free Video: Terrorism - A New Dimension in Front Line Policing

Terrorism: A New Dimension in Front Line Policing is now offered as a free learning resource to all registered police learners on CPKN's Learning Management System.

Free Learning Event: Forensic Evidence Collection

Forensic Evidence Collection is offered as a free Learning & Evaluation event until September 30, 2011. All Canadian police and law enforcement personnel are invited to participate in this free introductory period which is sponsored by the Police Sector Council.

CPC Takes Blended Approach to Criminal Intelligence Training

The Canadian Police College is moving ahead with a blended delivery model for criminal intelligence training. In recent months CPC has worked with CPKN to create two new online courses: Introduction to Criminal Intelligence and Introduction to Criminal Intelligence Analysis. These will be pre-requisites to existing CPC courses.

CPKN Renews Pricing Policy

Effective April 1st, CPKN has renewed its pricing policy to better reflect the needs of its clients and to simplify pricing procedures. A new pricing calculator has also been launched to help police services determine discount and licensing options for group registrations.

Major Events Security: New Course from the RCMP

Major Events Security, a course developed by the RCMP, was recently launched on CPKN. Police and other law enforcement professionals across Canada may now access this training which provides essential information about delivering security at major events.

New Free Learning Event

Until May 31st, Occupational Health & Safety: Supervisor is offered as a free Learning & Evaluation event to all Canadian law enforcement personnel.

BC’s Domestic Violence Training Customized for Alberta, Manitoba

Recently, at the request of the RCMP, CPKN customized the Evidence-based, Risk-focused Domestic Violence Investigations course for use in Alberta and Manitoba. These modified versions will be available to all police officers throughout those regions.

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