“Subjects are written for the needs of the students foremost”
Students electing to study in the full-time on-campus mode in the May & September 2002 intakes, will undertake Session 1 at the NSW Police College, Richmond.
- JST111 Ethical Dimensions of the Police Role
- JST112 Communication in Policing 1
- JST113 The Criminal Justice System & the Police Role
- JST115 Policing and Crime Prevention
- JST116 The Context of Policing
Session 2 of the course will be conducted at the NSW Police College, Goulburn.
The following subjects will be studied:
- JST130 Society, Law & Practice
- JST132 Communication in Policing 2
- JST136 Policing Road Safety
- JST137 Operational Safety & Tactics
- JST140 Assessment Centre
- All students must be able to demonstrate, upon commencement of Session 2, a fitness level that is approximately 80% of that required for the final fitness assessment – a fitness test will occur on or about the first day of that Session. Information on the Physical Fitness Requirements for the Diploma of Policing Practice and operational Police Duties is available in the CSU Application and Information packs or from the NSW Police Recruitment Branch (02) 9639 7977. Applicants not meeting the specified fitness level will not be permitted to start Session 2.
- An application for a Scholarship may be made by all students studying full-time on campus.
Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS): AMOUNT PAYABLE
All students enrolled in the Diploma of Policing Practice must pay Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) fees: you pay part of the cost of your higher education and the Government pays the rest.
HECS is calculated on the number of subjects enrolled in per session: for 2002, the upfront rate of HECS is $337.60 per subject; the deferred rate of HECS is $449.76 per subject.
The amount of HECS Undergraduate Students will pay each session (2002 rates):
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