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For PNP Personnel
     Public Safety Officers Candidate Course (PSOCC)
     Public Safety Senior Leadership Course (PSSLC)
     Police Junior Leadership Course (PJLC)
     Police Basic Recruit Course (PBRC)
 
 For BFP Personnel
     Public Safety Fire Protection Supervisory Course (PSFPSC)
     Fire Officers Basic Course (FOBC)
 
 For BJMP Personnel
     Public Safety Jail Officers Candidate Course (PSJOCC)
     Jail Officers Basic Course (JOBC)

 

 

 

Public Safety Officers Candidate Course (PSOCC)

 Description:

     Composed of academic and non-academic phases.

  • Academic Phase : Composed of 6 modules namely; General Subject, Communication, Leadership and Management, Law, Police Related Subjects and Police Tactics/Basic Combat Training (ISO)
  • Non Academic Phase : Drills and Ceremonies, Defensive Tactics, Physical Fitness Test (PFT), Reveille, Moral and Spiritual Enrichment and Firearms Proficiency/Practical Shooting

 

Objective:

     Designed to equip the junior non-commissioned officers of PNP with the fundamental knowledge, skills and proper attitude required for team building assignments.

 

 

Duration:

     3 1/2 months (14 weeks)

 

Admission Requirements:

  • Graduate of PSSLC or any equivalent course
  • At least SPO4 with at least 3 years time-in-grade
  • Certified true copies of Certificate of Completion of the pre requisite course, training orders, non-pending case certificate from IG/IAS

 

 

 

Public Safety Jail Officers Candidate Course (PSJOCC)

Description:

     Composed of academic and non-academic phases.

  • Academic Phase : Composed of 6 modules namely; General Information, Communication, Leadership and Management, Law, Jail Operations, On site Studies (Off Campus) and Integration Workshop
  • Non Academic Phase: Drills and Ceremonies, Sports Development, Physical Fitness, Ballroom Dancing, Unarmed Defense, Marksmanship, First Aid and Emergency cases, Interest Building (Medical Mission Club etc.) Educational Tour and Navigation, Conduct and Aptitude

Objective:

     Designed to equip the senior non-commissioned officers of the BJMP the knowledge, skills and proper attitudes preparatory to performing the duties and responsibilities of a member of the organization with an officer rank.

Duration:

     4 months (16 weeks)

Admission Requirements:

  • Must have completed the Jail Junior Supervisory Course (JJSC)
  • At least Senior Jail Officer 3 (SJO3)
  • At least 1 year time-in-grade
  • Certified true copies of Order of Training from BJMP Central Office,
  • Medical Certificate issued by the BJMP Medical Officer
  • Certificate of Non-Pending Case, Pre-requisite Training, Service Record and Transcript of Records with SO
  • Physically, medically and mentally fit

 

Public Safety Senior Leadership Course (PSSLC)

Description:

    Composed of academic and non-academic phases.

  • Academic Phase : Composed of 5 modules namely; General Subjects, Communication, Management and Leadership, Specialized Subjects on Police
  • Non Academic Phase: Drills and Ceremonies, Sports Development, Physical Fitness, Ballroom Dancing, Unarmed Defense, Marksmanship, First Aid and Emergency cases, Interest Building (Medical Mission Club etc.) Educational Tour and Navigation, Conduct and Aptitude

Objective:

     Aims to equip the senior non-commissioned officers of PNP with the knowledge, skills, habits and values needed for an effective management and responsible leadership.

Duration:

     3 1/2 months (14 weeks)

Admission Requirements:

  • Graduate of Public Safety Junior Leadership Course or any equivalent course
  • At least PO3 in permanent status

 

 

Public Safety Fire Protection Supervisory Course (PSFPSC)

Description:

     Composed of academic and non-academic phases.

  • Academic Phase: Composed of 5 modules namely; General Information, Communication, Law, Leadership and Supervision Concepts, Administrative Functions and Fire Operations.
  • Non-Academic Phase: Drills and Ceremonies, Physical Fitness, Defensive Driving, Moral and Spiritual Enrichment, Educational Tour, Reveille and Sports Activities

Objective:

     Designed to develop the leadership qualities qualities and skills of the participants to prepare them in assuming supervisory function both in administrative and line operations relative to fire service administration.

Duration:

     2 months (8 weeks)

Admission Requirements:

  • Graduate of Fire Arson Investigation and Inspection Course (FAIIC)
  • Fire non-commissioned officer with the rank of FO3 to SFO$
  • True copies of Certificate of Completion of the pre requisite course, training orders, Certificate of non-pending Case
  • Passed the required physical/medical examinations

 

 

Police Junior Leadership Course (PJLC)

Description:

     Composed of academic and academic phases.

  • Academic Phase: Composed of 5 modules namely; General Subject, Communication, Leadership and Supervision, Specialized Subjects on Law and Police Operations and Police Tactics/Basic Combat Training (ISO)
  • Non Academic Phase : Drills and Ceremonies, Defensive Tactics, Physical Fitness Test (PFT), Reveille, Moral and Spiritual Enrichment and Firearms Proficiency/Practical Shooting

Objective:

     Designed to equip the junior non-commissioned officers of PNP with the fundamental knowledge, skills and proper attitude required for team-building assignment.

Duration:

     4 1/2 months (18 weeks)

Admission Requirements:

  • Graduate of Public Safety Basic Recruit Course (PSBRC)
  • At least PO3 in permanent status with at least 2 yrs time-in-grade
  • True copies of Certificate of Completion of the pre requisite course, training orders, non-pending case, certificate from IG/IAS, PNP NHQ Legal Officers, Medical Certificate and Neuro Psychiatric clearance duly attested by the PNP Medical Service
  • Pass the physical examination to be conducted by the RTS prior to the actual training

 

 

Police Basic Recruit Course (PBRC)

Description:

     Composed of academic and non-academic phases.

  • Academic Phase : Composed of 7 modules namely; Police Orientation Subject, General Subjects, Police Administration, Law, Police Operations, Police Tactical Skills and Internal Security Operations (ISO)
  • Non-Academic Phase : Sports Development, Drills and ceremonies, Defensive Tactics (Pekiti-Tersia or other Aikido-like discipline), Physical Fitness Test (PFT), Inspection in Ranks/Barracks, Moral and Spiritual Upliftment, Basic Weaponry and Proficiency Firing and Handcuffing Techniques

Objective:

     Designed to equip the PNP recruits with the knowledge, skills, proper attitudes and discipline required in the performance of their duties and responsibilities as public safety officers.

Duration:

     6 months (24 weeks) + 6 months (24 weeks) Field Training Program (FTP)

Admission Requirements:

  • Certified true copies of Appointment Papers, Oath of Office and Training Orders
  • Pass the physical examination that will be conducted by the RTS prior to the actual training

 

Fire Basic Recruit Course (FBRC)

Description:

Composed of academic and non-academic phases.

  • Academic Phase : Composed of 11 modules namely; General Information, Communication, Arts, Fundamentals of Organization and Management, Law, Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation, General Fire Subjects, Fire Fighting Apparatus, Tools and Equipments, Fire Suppression and Control, Rescue and Emergency Medical Operations, Fire Prevention, On the Job Training and tri-skills Inventory
  • Non-Academic Phase : Defensive Tactics, Drills and Ceremonies, Physical Fitness Test (PFT), Defensive Driving, Moral and Spiritual Enrichment, Reveille, Sports Activities and Physical Conditioning

Objective:

     Aims to provide the BFP Recruits with the fundamental knowledge and skills in the fire prevention and suppression that could help them towards the effective delivery of their duties and responsibilities as they provide assistance in cases of fire incidents.

Duration:

     6 months (24 weeks)

Admission Requirements:

  • True copies of appointment papers, oath of office and training orders
  • Pass the physical examination that will be conducted by the RTS prior to the actual training
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