Indigenous Police Recruiting Our Way - IPROWD
IPROWD is a specialist training program to assist Aboriginal people to gain entry to the NSW Police Academy at Goulburn which is the first step to becoming an officer in the NSW Police Force.
The Australian Government, TAFE NSW, The NSW Police Force and Charles Sturt University are working in partnership to offer IPROWD training programs at a range of locations in NSW including Broken Hill, Casino, Dubbo, Maitland, Mount Druitt, Nowra, Redfern and Tamworth.
2014 IPROWD programs
Applications are now being taken for IPROWD 2014. Courses commence in February 2014 and applications close 15 November 2013.
Interviews will be conducted in the first two weeks of December for February 2014 IPROWD courses. 2014 courses will commence in Broken Hill, Casino, Dubbo, Maitland, Mount Druitt,Nowra, Redfern, Wagga and Tamworth on Monday 10 February.
You can download a brochure and application form:
Call 1300 830 177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Support for students after completing the IPROWD course
IPROWD provides post course support for all IPROWD students for up to 12 months after course graduation to provide assistance to complete CSU and NSW Police Force applications, complete medicals and attend the fitness and psychometric tests.
IPROWD students are also supported to look for other employment while they wait to finalise the Police recruitment process, or to support students who are seeking employment in other areas.
These three forms are to be completed by IPROWD students prior to attending their medical assessment with the Recovre Doctor