CPKN News 2012

CPKN News 2012

CPKN Hosts Webinar Series

Later this month, CPKN will launch a Technology-enhanced Learning webinar series.

A Passion for Learning: CPKN Announces the F. Darren Smith Award of Excellence

Within Canada’s policing community, Darren Smith is well known for leading the charge to bring greater innovation to learning.

Return on Investment: e-Learning at the RCMP *

In a review of its e-learning program, the RCMP reported that by using online delivery, it was able to deliver 43% its formal training courses for just 1% of its budget. When talking about the value of e-learning in modern policing, it's hard to argue with that kind of return on investment.

ISEP Suite Offered to National Police Audience

CPKN, in association with the Alberta Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General, has released five new courses from the Investigative Skills Education Program (ISEP). Focusing on key investigative skills development, these courses will provide a solid knowledge base for all police and law enforcement personnel.

Toronto Shares 'Items of Religious Significance' Training

The Toronto Police Service is sharing new training resources with the national police community. Items of Religious Significance: Sikh Religion is now available on CPKN.

The New Landscape of Fraud – An Interac Video

On behalf of Interac Association, CPKN is pleased to host the second installment of the Interac Fraud Prevention series.

Human Trafficking Gets Top Marks from Learners

With 90% of learners reporting they learned new skills that can be applied to their jobs, the Human Trafficking course is making the grade with Canadian police and law enforcement personnel.

Latest Research in e-Learning for Canadian Police

Get the latest research on e-learning in Canadian police and public safety sectors in the Summer 2012 edition of the Point.Click.Learn. e-newsletter.

Sandy Sweet Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Charlottetown, PE – Sandy Sweet has been honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the members of the Innovation and Technology Association of Prince Edward Island (ITAP) at the 2012 IT Gala Awards Dinner.

New Release: Frontline Supervisor Series

CPKN has launched a new five-part Frontline Supervisor series. Funded under the Police Sector Council’s national e-learning program, Canadian police and law enforcement personnel will have free access to these courses until August 31, 2012.

Mental Health Strategy Recommends More Training for Police

Canada’s new mental health strategy is putting emphasis on improved education and training for police and other frontline staff. CPKN offers effective training opportunities in recognizing and responding to individuals in crisis.

NEW! Debit Card Fraud Prevention Video

On behalf of Interac Association, CPKN is hosting an Interac-produced fraud prevention video. Given this week's arrests and seizures related to a Montreal-based international debit card fraud ring, this concise awareness piece on debit terminal-based fraud is not only timely but highly relevant.

Learning from the CPKN Business Case

CPKN is now featured as a case study at the Richard Ivey School of Business (Ivey) at the University of Western Ontario. A recent review of the CPKN model has been published by Ivey and is now available for use in business programs in universities across Canada and around the globe.

CPKN Launches Online Research Repository

It’s easier than ever to access the most recent research about learning and e-learning. The new CPKN Research Repository enables trainers, managers, and other stakeholders in the public safety sector to browse and share reports, studies, and other documents about advances and trends in e-learning.

New on CPKN: Deception Detection Techniques

Deception Detection Techniques is now available on CPKN. This four hour, introductory course will provide all law enforcement personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to identify and resolve deception indicators.

Human Trafficking – Free Learning Event Now Underway

Human Trafficking is the latest free Learning & Evaluation event to be sponsored by the Police Sector Council. Until June 30, 2012, Canadian police and law enforcement personnel may access this course at no charge.

CPKN and IBC Sponsor Free Access to Staged Collisions Training

Until December 2012, CPKN and the Insurance Bureau of Canada are sponsoring free access to Identifying Staged Collisions via CPKN. This is a tremendous opportunity for Canadian frontline officers to learn more about the tactics of highly sophisticated auto fraud rings and associated service supplier fraud.

OPC Issues Certificates for Online Courses

The Ontario Police College is now issuing Certificates of Completion for select courses hosted on CPKN. Learners who successfully complete Suspect Apprehension Pursuits Basic Refresher On-Line and Advanced Patrol Training are now eligible for OPC Certificates of Completion.

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