PPI570 - Corporate Communications
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|Last revision date||Jul 15, 2013 12:36:22 AM|
|Last review date||Jul 15, 2013 12:36:22 AM|
In a large law enforcement organization, formal communication with internal departments and outside agencies or individuals is varied and prodigious. The quality of this communication reflects on the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization and the professionalism of the author. The ability to properly prepare and manage business correspondence is key to one?s success in any organization. To achieve this ability, the student will be placed in the position of an administrative officer either at a Regional Police Department or at a large, private Security and Investigations Company. In this context, various forms of written and oral communication will be studied and practiced.The course will incorporate the "TestReadyPro" system which thoroughly covers Canadian Police Tests and recruitment preparation through an extensive on-line participation program. By the end of the course, each student will be well prepared for the intake process that awaits them when they apply.
This is a credit subject in the Advanced Investigations and Enforcement Programme.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Prepare various forms of business letters.
2. Prepare an internal memorandum.
3. Understand the formal business use of e-mail
4. Prepare documents relating to a formal business meeting.
5. Prepare an effective news release and organize a news conference.
6. Research, prepare and present a technical briefing on a police related topic.
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Accommodation for Students with Disabilities
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