Diploma of Justice
College for Law, Education and Training
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Certificate IV in Justice
This course is designed to extend and enhance the skills gained in the Certificate IV in Justice. Students at this level are required to compile complex reports, undertake high level investigations, undertake higher level research, manage conflict, supervise staff in a number of justice-related occupations and understand, interpret and apply case law.
Subjects you can Study
Uphold and support the values and principles of the public service; Implement workplace safety procedures and programs; Apply criminal law within justice environment; Work within family violence contexts within justice environment; Work with conflict resolution and mediation processes within justice environments; Apply management and leadership within justice environment; plus more.
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: 22197VIC
- Flexible Delivery
Certificate IV in Justice
The Certificate IV in Justice and the Diploma of Justice are exit points from the Advanced Diploma of Justice.
Life after Study
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