• Advance Training

    Advance Training

    How did we get here?
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The History of Advance Training

It was in 1995 when he was taking OSPRE Part 1 that David Anson was frustrated at the lack of assistance in studying for the exam. OSPRE had only been operational for a few years and there was very little else apart from 7 questions a week in Police Review. The day after he took the exam he started producing the first commercially-available multiple-choice question and answer package for the OSPRE Part 1 exam.

The following year David resigned from the Police Service for personal reasons - nothing more sinister than he got married which involved a move away from Lancashire - and formed Advance Training

Since 1996 Advance Training's software has been successfully used by tens of thousands of police officers and has been installed in over half the forces in England and Wales.

What people say...

I managed to pass and had fairly consistent mark in each subject area which can only be down to the revision timetable and questions. The questions in the package were very close to the exam style and it allowed me to pace myself through the allocated exam time finishing with five minutes left on the clock.

BR, South Wales