You must first download the application form, making sure to complete the entire form before submitting it. If it is incomplete, it will delay the process, or, worse, your application may be rejected. Make sure you meet all of the eligibility requirements.
This is the first part of the selection process. You are required to provide evidence of your transferable skills which link to relevant competencies. Your spelling and grammar are also assessed.
The assessment centre consists of a written test and a multiple-choice test. These exams help to measure some of the skills/abilities required for the role. For the Welsh Test, you are required to demonstrate language skills level 1.
The interview lasts approximately 40 minutes. It is based on the Leadership Behaviours and your research into North Wales Police, the College of Policing, and the role you are applying for. The Leadership Behaviours are as follows:
Background checks and references are performed at an early stage of the recruitment process. If you successfully pass, you will be asked to consent to providing a fingerprint and DNA sample. Next, you must undergo a fitness test and a medical assessment. If you pass all these stages, you will be offered an appointment.
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