Top marks for RSS qualifications
Road Safety Support (RSS) provides ‘professional,’ ‘quality’ enforcement qualifications, according to the accrediting body IQ.
During the first annual quality review, the assessor said he was ‘pleased to see how well’ RSS’s three IQ Level 3 Awards in Enforcement Technology are being delivered to safety camera operators and technicians.
The new IQ qualifications were launched in February 2016 and since then a number of students from police forces across the country have successfully completed the training.
RSS previously offered similar qualifications, which were accredited by BTEC, but the courses were redesigned under IQ to bring them under the same umbrella as its overseas training.
The reviewers also spoke to course attendees, two camera operators from a UK force, who provided ‘excellent feedback’ about the qualifications. They both confirmed that they had learned a great deal from the RSS trainers, despite their own years of experience, and they both found the course more challenging and more informative than the BTEC course they attended six years ago.
Road Safety Support Managing Director Trevor Hall said: “I am delighted and very proud of the results of the first annual review of our qualifications. “It is a real example of the hard work, skills and professionalism within the Road Safety Support team.”
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Pictured above are students being trained recently in North Yorkshire.