Diploma of Justice Studies
College for Law, Education and Training
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No minimum education
This course is intended to provide participants with appropriate training, knowledge and workplace skills for participants to work as justice professionals in admin, managerial and/or law enforcement capacity in public or private organisations within the justice industry. This course is usually offered incorporating the Certificate IV in Justice Studies.
Subjects you can Study
Research issues of concern in correctional services; Promote the values and ethos of public service; Exercise regulatory powers; Apply criminal law; Apply procedural and evidentiary rules; Analyse crime, punishment and victimology issues
About College for Law, Education and TrainingThe College for Law, Education and Training is a Registered Training Organisation, located on the Gold Coast QLD. The College is dedicated to helping people develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to be a successful Queensland police applicant and enter the academy as a recruit. RTO code: 31254
DiplomaCourse code: 39293QLD
- Flexible Delivery
6 core units
No minimum education
Life after Study
Correctional officers are responsible for the custody, care, supervision, welfare and rehabilitation of prisoners in prisons and correctional centres.
Law clerks perform a variety of legal tasks under the supervision of solicitors, barristers or clerks of court. Law clerks may assist their employers in all areas of law, including probating (proving the validity of wills), conveyancing (dealings in land and property), criminal law, family law, wills and power of attorney, insurance law, environmental law, human rights law, company law and civil litigation.
Police officers protect the community from crime and disorder by providing services to uphold the law, protect life and property, preserve the peace, prevent crime, detect and apprehend offenders, and help those in need of assistance.
Probation and parole officers supervise offenders who have been placed on community-based orders by the courts, as well as offenders released on parole from prison.