All roles in NWP require a level of Welsh skill, as specified in the post profile. 

As part of the application process, you will be assessed on your spoken Welsh ability.

In order to help you prepare for the assessment, this section explains what each level means and provides learning resources.

Level Spoken Welsh requirements
0 No knowledge of spoken Welsh
1 This means that you are able to pronounce Welsh place names and first names, some police related vocabulary and can understand and say basic greetings and basic phrases.
2 This means that as well as demonstrating NWP L1 spoken Welsh skills that you are able to give and ask for personal details and basic information; to make simple requests and say a few phrases about yourself in Welsh.
3 This means that as well as demonstrating NWP L1 and NWP L2 spoken Welsh skills you are able to converse partly in Welsh but turn to English in discussion and to give detailed information. You can understand and respond to general enquiries and describe people and places using simple phrases in Welsh.
4 This means that as well as demonstrating NWP L1, NPW L2 and NWP L3 spoken Welsh skills you are also able to understand and deal with people in everyday spoken Welsh in most situations but you may turn to English when dealing with complex situations or terminology.
5 This means that you are fully conversant in spoken Welsh in all situations.