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NABCP training day

NABCP held its third training day for its members in Stoke on Trent today.

 NABCP Members and other interested  parties attended to receive training on the new national accreditation process.  This follows two previous sessions delivered to members by NABCP  in Leeds and London in recent weeks where around 60 BCRP Managers received similar training.   

Today was a very successful day with attendance from far and wide including South Wales, Manchester, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Staffordshire, Leicester, Blackburn, Chester and Aylesbury.   Today training by David Wilson, supported by Julie Davies, led to a meaningful and fruitful training day with positive feedback and enthusiasm from many. Similar feedback was received from Leeds and London.  

It is intended to deliver more sessions in due course to other areas so that as many NABCP members and other interested parties can be updated on the standards and how to achieve them to the highest level.  This will facilitate the growth of confidence by business in supporting local partnerships  and the engagement of police in the knowledge that accredited partnerships deliver their objectives to the highest standards.

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Kylie Wroe