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Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: Not Known

Teacher Details:


Name: Harinder
Teacher ID: 4704
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: No

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 1st May 2019
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: City

Education


Highest Qualification: BA
Degree Subject: Criminology and sociology
University / Institution: University of Kent
Grade: 2.2
Do you have a TEFL certificate: Yes
Details of TEFL certificate:

140 Hours tefl with I-TO-I – have completed the course

Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

I have a B-Tech nationals Certificate in level 2 and 5 GCSE’S including Maths and English Language graded C

Work Experience

Position


Job title: Police Officer
Employer: Metropolitan Police
Date of employment: 2014 to present
Summary of role:

Assigned to numerous roles within the Police Force – a CID officer, Emergency response team officer, case progression officer, extensive search officer
Conducting CSE cases involving young and vulnerable children at risk of serious harm, including regular missing persons, drug trafficking, sexual exploitation. Safeguarding and managing risk.
Completed intensive training courses and developed numerous skills to become a licensed search officer
Provided 1-2-1 mentoring to probationary officers, guided them through all processes and procedures
Scheduled team training days to develop the skills of underperforming staff members
Work alongside communities, liaising with community groups and individuals
Specialising in responding to 999 emergency calls; dealing with a range of challenging situations including domestic violence incidents, RTAs, children at risk and other emergency’s
Responsible for the welfare of prisoners, ensuring they are safe whilst in custody including prisoners with mental health issues and conducting suicide watch
Advise and counsel prisoners and making sure they have access to professional help if needed
Develop community knowledge to identify individuals and locations at risk of being involved in crime
Diffuse potentially volatile situations with due regard for the safety of all involved
Act with sensitivity when dealing with situations and victims including domestic violence incidents, vulnerable adults or when dealing with sexual crimes
Conduct initial investigations, gather evidence, take statements and comply with relevant legal requirements
Interview suspects, victims and witnesses in accordance with relevant legislation
Conduct arrests with due regard for the human rights, security and health and safety of detained individuals, members of the public and colleagues
Collate, record and analyse intelligence to achieve safety and crime reduction objectives with domestic violence victims and vulnerable adults
Provided support within the forensic department, attended numerous scenes of crimes to collect evidence

Position


Job title: Police community support officer
Employer: Metropolitan Police
Date of employment: 2012 to 2014
Summary of role:

Work alongside communities, liaising with community groups and individuals
Helping homeless/alcoholics and drug users and sometimes in very confrontational roles
viewing and seizing CCTV and submitting to the digital imaging database
patrolling the local community on foot engaging and reassuring the public
Supporting the delivery of the strategies of ensuring that the local communities are listened to, understood, informed and protected.
Working with external agencies to reduce anti social behaviour
Regularly gather intelligence building a data base on the local area for future purposes
Develop community knowledge to identify individuals and locations at risk of being involved in crime
Regular visits to the schools of local community to talk with youngsters about stranger danger and traffic and conducting regular patrols around schools providing a high visibility and uniformed presence
Providing crime prevention advice, supporting crime victims and reassuring the public
Building good relationships with local schools, businesses and community groups.

Position


Job title: Reservations/customer service agent
Employer: Radisson Blu Edwardian
Date of employment: 2011 to 2012
Summary of role:

Responded to a large number of calls regarding guest requests
Coordinate with housekeeping to ensure requests are handled promptly
Handled complaints and reported to management, provided appropriate solutions and alternatives within time limits
Correctly handled business phone calls and directed to appropriate recipient
Collaborated with maintenance, house keeping and security to resolve any issues
Updating computer system of any work carried out throughout the day
Provided accurate, valid and complete information
Ensured all team members were aware of tasks before the start of each shift

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

I want to travel and learn about new cultures. I was very close to taking up teaching when I got my offer for a police officer and decided I would pursue later and now as I want to travel I have found away I can do both

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

I have lived and work in one the most multicultural cities known. Every day I come across people who cannot speak English yet this has never stopped me from communicating with people. There is always a way, you just have to be think outside of the box and be creative about it.

Now I want to take a role where I can focus on just teach others English which will allow them to excel in their future

Additional information:

Back to results

applicant Photo

Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: Not Known

Teacher Details:


Name: Harinder
Teacher ID: 4704
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: No

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 1st May 2019
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: City

Education


Highest Qualification: BA
Degree Subject: Criminology and sociology
University / Institution: University of Kent
Grade: 2.2
Do you have a TEFL certificate: Yes
Details of TEFL certificate:

140 Hours tefl with I-TO-I – have completed the course

Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

I have a B-Tech nationals Certificate in level 2 and 5 GCSE’S including Maths and English Language graded C

Work Experience

Position


Job title: Police Officer
Employer: Metropolitan Police
Date of employment: 2014 to present
Summary of role:

Assigned to numerous roles within the Police Force – a CID officer, Emergency response team officer, case progression officer, extensive search officer
Conducting CSE cases involving young and vulnerable children at risk of serious harm, including regular missing persons, drug trafficking, sexual exploitation. Safeguarding and managing risk.
Completed intensive training courses and developed numerous skills to become a licensed search officer
Provided 1-2-1 mentoring to probationary officers, guided them through all processes and procedures
Scheduled team training days to develop the skills of underperforming staff members
Work alongside communities, liaising with community groups and individuals
Specialising in responding to 999 emergency calls; dealing with a range of challenging situations including domestic violence incidents, RTAs, children at risk and other emergency’s
Responsible for the welfare of prisoners, ensuring they are safe whilst in custody including prisoners with mental health issues and conducting suicide watch
Advise and counsel prisoners and making sure they have access to professional help if needed
Develop community knowledge to identify individuals and locations at risk of being involved in crime
Diffuse potentially volatile situations with due regard for the safety of all involved
Act with sensitivity when dealing with situations and victims including domestic violence incidents, vulnerable adults or when dealing with sexual crimes
Conduct initial investigations, gather evidence, take statements and comply with relevant legal requirements
Interview suspects, victims and witnesses in accordance with relevant legislation
Conduct arrests with due regard for the human rights, security and health and safety of detained individuals, members of the public and colleagues
Collate, record and analyse intelligence to achieve safety and crime reduction objectives with domestic violence victims and vulnerable adults
Provided support within the forensic department, attended numerous scenes of crimes to collect evidence

Position


Job title: Police community support officer
Employer: Metropolitan Police
Date of employment: 2012 to 2014
Summary of role:

Work alongside communities, liaising with community groups and individuals
Helping homeless/alcoholics and drug users and sometimes in very confrontational roles
viewing and seizing CCTV and submitting to the digital imaging database
patrolling the local community on foot engaging and reassuring the public
Supporting the delivery of the strategies of ensuring that the local communities are listened to, understood, informed and protected.
Working with external agencies to reduce anti social behaviour
Regularly gather intelligence building a data base on the local area for future purposes
Develop community knowledge to identify individuals and locations at risk of being involved in crime
Regular visits to the schools of local community to talk with youngsters about stranger danger and traffic and conducting regular patrols around schools providing a high visibility and uniformed presence
Providing crime prevention advice, supporting crime victims and reassuring the public
Building good relationships with local schools, businesses and community groups.

Position


Job title: Reservations/customer service agent
Employer: Radisson Blu Edwardian
Date of employment: 2011 to 2012
Summary of role:

Responded to a large number of calls regarding guest requests
Coordinate with housekeeping to ensure requests are handled promptly
Handled complaints and reported to management, provided appropriate solutions and alternatives within time limits
Correctly handled business phone calls and directed to appropriate recipient
Collaborated with maintenance, house keeping and security to resolve any issues
Updating computer system of any work carried out throughout the day
Provided accurate, valid and complete information
Ensured all team members were aware of tasks before the start of each shift

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

I want to travel and learn about new cultures. I was very close to taking up teaching when I got my offer for a police officer and decided I would pursue later and now as I want to travel I have found away I can do both

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

I have lived and work in one the most multicultural cities known. Every day I come across people who cannot speak English yet this has never stopped me from communicating with people. There is always a way, you just have to be think outside of the box and be creative about it.

Now I want to take a role where I can focus on just teach others English which will allow them to excel in their future

Additional information: