Law Enforcement Training boasts 100% pass rate
Mitchell Spring 2021 (day class) and Fall 2020 (alternating/night class) Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) students recently achieved 100% first-time pass rate on the state examination.
The two BLET courses were comprised of 21 students from a variety of backgrounds. Students recently competed coursework and took their examination on Friday, May 7. The average score was 87%.
Mitchell offers six BLET courses per year with a variety of scheduling to accommodate student needs. Individuals who are not working full-time can complete the course in one semester with the “day class” option. Students who are currently employed full-time can complete the course over two semesters with the “alternating/night class” option. Class formats are 765 hours of training and cost $680. Students sponsored by a law enforcement agency qualify for a registration fee waiver ($180 value). Several BLET scholarship opportunities are also available.
To learn more about the BLET and law enforcement continuing education, visit mitchellcc.edu/BLET or contact program coordinator Todd Carver at firstname.lastname@example.org or (704) 878-3253. For more information on all public safety training programs and courses, contact David Bullins at email@example.com.