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Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery IPROWD
Make a positive change to your life and your community’s future.
The IPROWD program is an initiative designed to assist Indigenous participants throughout NSW to attain academic requirements to join the NSW Police Force or the Australian Federal Police or to gain other ongoing sustainable employment. The principal aim is to engage Aboriginal people in training that focuses on, and prepares them for, employment outcomes and career opportunities in the NSW Police Force and the Australian Federal Police.
The long running IPROWD program has already assisted more than 1000 participants into a sustainable career in Policing, other Justice and Emergency Services or further education.
Make a difference to yourself and your community and enrol in the IPROWD program. Find out how today.
Applications for 2023 open dates
|Location||Delivery Mode||Course Dates|
|Redfern||Full time||6 February to 16 June|
|Queanbeyan||Flexible Delivery||27 March to 15 September|
|Date||Campus||Time||Location / Room||Address|
|27 January 2023||Redfern EORA TAFE NSW Campus||10:00am - 2:00pm||TBA||333 Abercrombie Street,
“I have done something that I never thought was possible.”
IPROWD - Making a difference
Make a positive change to your life and your community’s future with the IPROWD program – just like Cass did.
Connect with country, community and with Mob
“The IPROWD program at TAFE NSW is an entry level program to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the steppingstones to enter law enforcement.
The Course focuses mainly on law enforcement as well as: communication, diversity, and the cultural component. So, you get to study and learn more about your mob, where you're from, and connecting with country.
TAFE NSW helps their students not only during the IPROWD program, but also, they will assist you with your interviews and getting ready, helping you with all the fundamentals to ensure that you are ready to take the next step.”
Cass, IPROWD graduate, Wonnarua Nation.