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Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery IPROWD
BE BOLD and build safer communities
The Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery Program (IPROWD) supports Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people to join the NSW Police Force or other Justice and Emergency Services Agencies. Since 2008 more than 700 Aboriginal students have enrolled, with many going on to gain employment with NSW Police as sworn and unsworn officers, or working in other government agencies.
The IPROWD program is designed to prepare students for the University Certificate in Workforce Essentials (UCWE), the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) offered by Charles Sturt University (CSU) at the NSW Police Academy, or other Vocational and Study Pathways.
Make a difference to yourself and your community and enrol in the IPROWD program. Find out how today.
Applications for 2020 open date
|Location||Delivery mode||Commencement date|
|Armidale||Flexible delivery||Applications closed|
|Dubbo||Flexible delivery||Applications closed|
|Kurri Kurri||Full time||Applications closed|
|Lismore||Full time||Applications closed|
|Kingswood||Full time||Applications closed|
|Nowra||Full time||Applications closed|
|Redfern||Full time||Applications closed|
|Taree||Flexible delivery||Applications closed|
|Tumut||Flexible delivery||Applications closed|
*Applications are being taken for 2020, but the delivery centres have not been determined by the number of applications received from each area and the applicants being able to meet the eligibility criteria.
Making your passion work for you
IPROWD - Making a difference
Make a difference to yourself and your community with the IPROWD program - just like Isaiah did.
Choosing another course of action
Even though Isaiah doesn’t work as part of the NSW Police Force, he firmly believes what he learned during his studies at TAFE NSW in the IPROWD program gave him a massive boost to succeed.
“The program is all about enabling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to gain access into the NSW Police Force,” he says. “I completed that, connected with the community and it helped me develop the mindset that I could achieve anything in my life.”
Proof of that is the list of achievements Isaiah has accomplished: TAFE NSW Graduate of the Year 2017, working at the Australian Human Rights Commission, Lendlease, the AFL and Tribal Warrior, as well as sitting on the Youth Ambassadors team for the Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat (ABSEC, NSW). Isaiah has also been selected as part of an international leadership exchange program within the USA.
Find out how the IPROWD program can help you achieve your ambitions.