Moving training experience for police teams

A new mobile IT training centre is being used by the Metropolitan Police to
deliver training to officers and civil staff across London.

Built into a coach, up to 12 students at a time can be trained to use the
Met’s computer systems.

The Met hopes the coach will increase access to training for part-time
staff, those with caring or childcare responsibilities, and those with
disabilities.

Assistant commissioner of HR, Bernard Hogan-Howe, said: "We will be
able to offer timely, accurate and quality training nearer to the workplace.

"The IT training coach will provide high-quality training for our staff
and will particularly benefit those south of the river who find the Hendon
Training Centre in North London increasingly difficult to travel to, especially
for short courses."

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