NSW Police Legacy Backup for Life Expo
CLET's Managing Director Kate Martin talks to a former NSW Police Officer about the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) service CLET has been offering current and former police, military, emergency services and government personnel since 2006, working tirelessly in assisting this industry for over a decade.
CLET offers a streamlined assessment process for all police towards over 40 Nationally Recognised Qualifications.
In 2016, the NSW Government and NSW Police Legacy joined forces to develop the BACKUP for Life program, specifically to assist former police officers as they transition back to civilian life, 10 years after CLET began to recognise the need to acknowledge the knowledge and skills of police to assist them to successfully transition from policing into new employment or retirement with formal qualifications.
CLET's Directors Kate Martin and Allen Williams who has a Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education and Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice have dedicated their life's work to our police, military and emergency services with resumes full of industry experience.
Further, Kate has achieved a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Psychological Sciences plus five Masters Degrees in Social Science (Criminology), Business Administration (MBA), International Security Studies, Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism and most recently the Master of Disaster and Emergency Response, all studied at five separate Universities.
Plus, impressively, Kate is currently completing her Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) with her thesis called: ‘Moving forward – identity work post service for Australian uniformed professionals in the Defence Force, Police and Emergency Services’, dedicating seven years to ensure she works with the most current and relevant research for this industry.Posted by CLET on 15/06/2018