Online registration for training coordinators coming soon: Visit CPC News for updates regarding the launch of the new online registration system scheduled for 2018.
For police officers
- Most police services have training coordinators to process their registration.
- Training coordinators are to download the registration form and ensure that all sections are completed.
- Based on the selection criteria and pre-requisites of the course, other documents may need to be submitted with the registration form (e.g. pre-course test results, letter of support). Refer to the course page to determine additional requirements when registering for the course.
- The training coordinator is to email the completed form to the Office of the Registrar at email@example.com.
- If your agency does not have a training coordinator, have your unit commander/line officer complete ‘Section C’ of the registration form.
For government agencies with a public safety mandate
- The registration process must be completed by your organization’s training coordinator.
- Training coordinators are to download the registration form, ensuring all sections are completed, and email the completed form to the Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If your agency has not attended a particular course in the past, the training coordinator is required to send a written request to the attention of the Office of the Registrar to determine if you and your agency or government department meet the selection criteria. The letter should be written on your agency or government department’s official letterhead and include the following information:
- a completed registration form;
- a completed “Financial Information Strategy” (FIS) form – only if you are a Government of Canada employee;
- the purpose of your agency or department;
- the type of work that you do;
- how does the work you do relate to police services;
- the name of the course you are interested in;
- the main point of contact within your organization for any future correspondence (include the phone and fax numbers, and an e-mail address).
International police or law enforcement partners
The International Programs branch is your single point of contact to register to a course or program. Contact us at email@example.com.
For students registering via the Aboriginal Policing Professional Development Fund
Police officers who work for a standalone First Nations Police Service, Indigenous police service or who are employed as peace officers through a First Nations Chief and Council are eligible for the Aboriginal Policing Professional Development Fund (APPDF). To apply for funding:
- Eligible students must get a letter of support from their Chief of Police or the Chief of their First Nations community. See template of the support letter.
- Complete the CPC Registration Form.
- Review pre-requisites for the course and collect the necessary documentation to support the application.
- Submit the letter of support, the completed CPC Registration Form and other pre-requisite documentation (if applicable) for approval by the Chief of Police or the Chief and Council.
- Once approved, ensure that the CPC Registration Form is signed by the correct financial authority of your organization.
- Submit the letter of support, the completed CPC Registration Form and other pre-requisite documentation to the CPC Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at 613-993-9454.
- Once the application has been received and determined to be complete, the CPC Registrar’s Office will send the letter of support to the APPDF Steering Committee who will determine whether or not to award the bursary. The committee is made up of three volunteers who are not CPC or RCMP Foundations employees. The volunteers will examine applications to determine the merit of applications based on training needs and financial impact.
- You will be notified of the decision. If the bursary has been accepted, the registration will be processed immediately.
- Should you require any further information, please contact the Professional Development Centre for Aboriginal Policing at RCMP.CPCPDCAP-CCPCPSPA.GRC@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
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