Police English

This Police English course is designed to equip law enforcement professionals with the linguistic tools necessary to navigate the complexities of their roles, ensuring effective communication in a variety of policing scenarios.

RECOMMENDED FOR:

– 4 weeks and up in-depth study program that enhances students’ language proficiency in English as a principal component for law enforcement professionals who want to enhance their English language proficiency to better communicate in various policing contexts. For better results, an 8-week course is highly recommended.

– Aspiring police and professional police for whom English is not their first language and who seek to improve their language skills to perform their law enforcement duties more effectively.

– Non-English speakers undergoing initial training or entering the law enforcement field who can benefit from foundational language skills tailored to the demands of policing.

WHY STUDY POLICE ENGLISH AT HLA?

  • Studying Police English is crucial for law enforcement professionals to enhance their communication skills in the unique and dynamic contexts they encounter. HLA not only provides specialized vocabulary terminology for this course (Police English Vocabulary) that students need for communication but also tailors the student’s lessons that are essential for law enforcement professionals to excel in their roles, fostering better communication, understanding, and cooperation within their communities while upholding the highest standards of professionalism and legality
LEARNING GOALS:

  • To develop clear and precise verbal and written communication skills essential for conveying information accurately in diverse policing scenarios.
  • To equip detectives and investigators with the language skills necessary for conducting interviews, interrogations, and documenting findings during criminal investigations.
  • To promote positive interactions with the community by providing the tools to build trust, address concerns, and engage in community policing initiatives effectively.

Class structure per day: 4 one to one classes, 4 group classes and 1 self-study class (Essay Writing/ Music Class)

Course Highlights:

A. Career-focused

  • Career English has its language, structure, and conventions. It is part technical, part academic, and part every day. It has a wide variety of slang, acronyms, and colloquialisms that those outside the profession find incomprehensible. So classes are designed to allow students to have an immersive educational experience that incorporates English into their chosen career studies.

B. Integrated Approach

  • Learning all the major skills with different teachers who are highly trained and with in-depth knowledge of the curriculum.

C. Learner-Centered

  • Classes are focused on developing students’ macro and micro skills plus the usage of English in a classroom setting.
  • Teachers closely monitor students’ progress through feedback.

D. Outcome Based Education

  • Focuses on students’ evaluation to monitor progress and feedback.
  • Daily and weekly feedback from the teachers is done to inform students’ achievement and things that need improvements.
  • Special recognition and awarding of certificates at the end of the course.
Course Requirement:

Classes are available for different levels from low beginner to proficient user.

HLA’s LEVEL

HLA LEVELCEFR LEVELDESCRIPTION
10C2Proficient
9C1Advanced
8B2+Upper Intermediate
7B2Upper-Intermediate
6B1+Intermediate
5B1Intermediate
4A2+Pre-Intermediate
3A2Elementary
2A1+Elementary
1A1High Beginner
0.5PA+Middle Beginner
0PALow Beginner

DAILY TIMETABLE

TIMETASK
07:00-08:00Breakfast
07:45-08:05Daily Vocabulary Test
08:10-09:001st class
09:05-09:552nd class
10:05-10:553rd class
11:00-11:504th class
11:50-13:00Lunch
13:00-13:505th class
13:55-14:456th class
14:50-15:407th class
15:45-16:358th class
16:40-17:309th class
17:55-19:00Dinner
Regular class schedule Monday – Friday
Course Design:

Source: Happy Learning Academy – HLA

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