Met launches mobile training centre

The
Metropolitan Police is launching a mobile IT training centre to help officers
and civilian staff that work part-time or have childcare responsibilities.

The
new IT coach can seat 12 people and is equipped to offer a range of training
courses on the Met’s computer systems.

Taking
the training to the workplace will make life easier for part-time staff who
find it difficult to travel to external sessions.

Bernard
Hogan-Howe, Assistant Commissioner for HR, said the coach will offer greater
access to training for people that find travelling to Hendon a problem.

In
the coming months the coach will travel to Corydon, Merton, Chadwell Heath and
Hampton.

By Ross Wigham

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