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How to Register

This section offers support to learners wishing to use the police national Managed Learning Environment.  It is available, free of charge, to all Home Office police officers and police staff including officers on secondment.  Non Home Office police forces and the wider policing community can gain access to the MLE and national e-learning programmes under a NCALT licence agreement. (see Wider Policing Engagement)

Registration provides access to a host of police e-learning, workbooks and other training materials.

Your force may have already registered you on the system, in which case you will have received an email informing you that you have an account on the system.

To self-register, all you need is a valid .pnn email account.

To register, go to the registration section, which can be accessed in several ways:

The registration process is in 5 segmented parts. These are:

  1. Getting started – for accepting the terms and conditions and selecting your organisation.
  2. Personal details – name, email and work address details.
  3. Employment details – division, employment type and number, and rank.
  4. Diversity – general diversity questions.
  5. Login details – creating username and password, and completing security questions.

For each screen, all mandatory fields require completing before you can proceed to the next screen. The ‘next’ button will remain inactive until all mandatory fields are completed.

For each screen, the left window displays help information. Additional help is available through the ‘help’ button in the bottom left corner.

In the first screen ‘Getting Started’, you must tick a box to accept that you have read the NCALT Data Protection Statement and the MLE Terms and Conditions before you can proceed.

If you are experiencing difficulties, you can contact our helpdesk on 0800 692 1122 or at contactcentre@college.pnn.police.uk

   
 

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