Sixty five Police officers on Thursday completed eight-week course covering instructional technology and method of instruction at the Police Training School in Gishari, Rwamagana District.
The course was designed to develop holistic training management capacity and equip officers with the knowledge, skills and techniques to effectively under take challenges in training process.
The trained officers will now act as instructors in various Police trainings.
Closing the training, the Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) in charge of Operations Dan Munyuza, said the two courses were initiated to “create professional trainers who will provide quality training in Rwanda National Police training institution.”
“The two courses are in line with improving critical functional skills and techniques required to manage diverse activities.”
He added that Rwanda National Police considers training as a vital tool in fulfilling the force’s mandate and countering modern policing challenges effectively.
573 complete ‘Unit Training’
Meanwhile, the DIGP also presided over the pass-out of 573 other officers who completed two-month first intake of ‘Unit Training.’
The officers, among others, acquired skills in leadership, command and management.