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National Centre for Applied Learning Technologies (NCALT)

The National Centre for Applied Learning Technologies (NCALT) was established to assist the 43 Home Office police forces in England and Wales and the wider policing community in adopting alternative learning methodologies.

NCALT have produced a wide variety of e-learning courses. Many of NCALT’s e-learning courses are part of a larger programme of work. These courses are usually part of a blend and part of a collection of courses that complete the whole programme, which enables you to gain a qualification or a certain level of achievement.  NCALT have produced a wide variety of e-learning courses.

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