Information sessions have been organised by Police Scotland to help people thinking about applying for positions in the North-east.
Candidates will find out more about the recruitment process and receive advice on submitting a strong application. Anyone keen to apply to become a police officer or special constable, but who has not started completing their application form can attend.
Recruitment Inspector Irene Coyle said: “In order to increase the chance of candidates getting through the various stages first time, we are holding candidate briefing sessions. The sessions will explain the skills and attributes we are looking for in prospective police officers/special constables and we will also give tips on how to highlight skills on the form and in interviews to maximise the chance of passing each stage.”
Sessions will be held at Nelson Street police office, Aberdeen from 6.30-7.45pm on Monday, August 25, Wednesday, September 17 and on Wednesday, October 29. Candidates only need to attend one session. Places are free but will be limited so pre-registering is essential. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01224 306684.