A Garda Trainee Recruitment campaign will be launched in the New Year – 15th January 2024. The Government has committed to recruiting between 800 and 1,000 new Garda Trainees in 2024. The Cabinet approved increasing the age limit, and people between the ages of 18 and 50 will be able to apply to join An Garda Síochána from 2024.
The Minister for Justice has also urged people in new Irish and minority communities to apply. There will be a big emphasis on recruiting from new and diverse communities and improving gender equality.
As your Stage 1 Online Assessment is fast-approaching, NOW is the time to take action.
Sadly, a huge number of promising applicants are failing this process, because frankly it isn’t easy. This is fact. Therefore I think it’s a wise move to invest in preparation in order to get the best score you can.
Our Stage 1 Online Assessment:
– Developed by a former senior Garda, former Garda Superintendent Noel McLoughlin
– Includes 25+ hours of study
– Created by expert tutors – Noel-John McLoughlin is qualified to British Psychological Society standards in Psychometric Testing
– Includes Timed Practice Tests to mirror Test conditions
– Allows you to practice at your own pace around your own schedule – in your own home!
– Is a slick and professional online learning platform – can be used on any device
– Our tutorials are sharp, concise, and mirror the conditions you will encounter with the real thing with the Public Appointments Service
GardaIP are here to take the fear out of the Stage 1 Assessment for you and help you practice and prepare to ensure success when you sit it.
Former Superintendent Noel McLoughlin will be organising Free Webinars in January 2024 to answer any questions or concerns you have about the recruitment process and a career in An Garda Síochána. These sessions will be live and interactive – not the pre-recorded nonsense you may see advertised in the market.
PS: Get practicing for Stage 1!