Red Snapper Learning - Female Trainers required for Overseas Deployments
Red Snapper Learning (RSL) is recruiting a team of trainers for an overseas deployment to assist in training an international police service
The deployments will be for a 17-week period commencing from late September, early October with a one
week rest in the middle of the deployment. You will have the opportunity to fly back home for the one week
rest period. The training to be provided will be a range of core policing skills and attributes such as personal
safety and fitness weapons training and core skills, (legislation and law for example)
To be considered
You will need to be from a police or military background and have had delivered training. Ideally you will
have a recognised training qualification. However, applicants which can demonstrate a background in
delivering training, whom have not attained a recognised training qualification, will be presented with the
opportunity to attend an adult education BTEC level 3 course supplied by RSL at no cost to the applicant.
(This pre-deployment training will take place in September).
The trainers will work a 5-day working week for which they will be paid £556.00 per working day.
Flights from Heathrow and full accommodation will be provided in modern style apartments, (separate
rooms with kitchens, washing machines and other facilities), in a dedicated secure compound.
Further facilities within the secure compound will be available such as a swimming pool, spas, shopping
centre and coffee shops. In addition, a high qualify Wi-Fi service will be available at no additional cost.
Interviews will take place at our Yorkshire, Midlands or London offices, subject to convenience. To find out
RSL is a market leading provider of training services to UK and International police services.
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