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Course Details


BTEC Level 5 Professional Award in Strategic Management of Anti Social Behaviour


Overview

Many organisations employ staff whose roles and responsibilities are to assist in stopping anti-social behaviour. They have a diverse range of tools and legislative powers to help tackle this nuisance and criminal behaviour and allow our communities to feel safer.

These organisations are often legally required to work and share information in a joint agency performance target environment or in the practical operational case building setting.

These organisations can range from Housing Providers (public and private) to Local Authorities and Police forces. These varying organisations have different capabilities, expertise and training regimes in place to equip their senior investigative managers and staff.

There is growing recognition that they need to be equipped to perform at the same levels of expertise in the area of anti-social behaviour case building particularly as some investigations can be complex and for effectiveness reasons have to able to be led by any of the participating organisations.

This qualification is about the management of such investigations as the strategic lead person in any organisation. It is intended for those staff who have been appointed as the Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) or who manage such people. By its nature it also covers higher level skills and knowledge needed to manage the teams that conduct volume investigations in ASB.

This qualification covers the key skills and knowledge required by effective practitioners in the field. This qualification consists of 2 units:

  • Supervisor/SIO (Senior investigating Officer) Approaches to Partnership Working
  • SIO Command Approaches to Investigations

Learning Objectives

Supervisor/SIO Approaches to Partnership Working

  • As a SIO / Senior Manager identify, adapt and use the principles and definitions of information sharing
  • Identify, adapt and use relevant SIO principles, definitions, procedures and codes
  • Recognise and reflect the different types of partnership SIO approaches and what they mean to victims and offenders
  • Plan, review and communicate when, where, why and how SIO approaches should be used
  • Justify when it is appropriate to use a SIO
  • Analyse and evaluate the different types of information, legislative tools, powers and interventions
  • Summarise and discuss the Behaviour Intervention Model

SIO Command Approaches to Investigations

  • Plan, review and communicate the legislative framework available to engage in competent SIO working
  • Identify, adapt and apply the relevant legislative framework pertinent to the students’ own organisation
  • Discuss the different types of investigative, surveillance and evidence giving legislation
  • Communicate the relevant principles and definitions of relevant legislation
  • Analyse HR issues for a competent ASB case building team
  • Understand and evaluate the different mechanisms and systems available for SIO techniques
  • Communicate and evidence effective Supervisor/ SIO strategies
  • Explain and evaluate the different types of SIO systems available to assist student’s own organisation
  • Understand and evaluate truth, investigations, knowledge, responsibilities, techniques and objectivity in investigation planning as it pertains to an SIO and giving evidence
  • Explain and apply crime mapping techniques
  • Explain and apply relevant command approaches to complex and volume case building including surveillance and court attendance

Cost & Delivery options

This qualification is for candidates who either aspire to be, or are already working, in a supervisory or management role in the prevention of anti-social behaviour.

It will qualify the candidate to be become the strategic lead person in any organisation to manage case workers or investigators.

The course has been delivered to candidates from a range of backgrounds including but not limited to:

  • Housing Providers
  • The Police
  • Local Authorities
  • Youth Offending Teams
  • Fire and Rescue Service
  • Community Safety

This qualification has been adopted by a number of UK local authorities and housing providers as the management training programme for new and existing anti-social behaviour or community safety managers.

To view a full list of the organisations who have studied with us visit the clients section of our website

The course consists of 30 hours of learning, made up as follows:

  • Pre-course assignment
  • 2 tutorial training days
  • Post-course work place assignment

The one off enrolment fee for this qualification is £795 + VAT per student this includes:

  • 2 x mandatory taught tutorial dates
  • All required course materials
  • Access to Red Snapper Learning’s E-Learning Portal (which includes any relevant updates to legislation, National Occupational Standards and best practice, enabling the student to maintain their learning and continuing professional development).
  • All certification and qualification costs.

The next scheduled tutorials for this qualification are being delivered at the following dates and venues throughout the UK as part of our national open programme. See below for the next available dates and venues near you.

Booking Information 

Please view the calendar for the dates of the next upcoming event.

Please note tutorial dates and venues are subject to change.

We can also deliver this qualification to your organisation or partnership “in house” (minimum numbers required). Email learning@redsnappergroup.co.uk for details.


 

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