How to pass the Prison Officer Beep Test
If you are seeking a role as a Prison Officer (PSO) in the UK Prison Service you should be aware that during the selection process you will need to pass the Prison Service Fitness Test. One element of this testing process requires you to pass the Prison Officer Beep Test. You will need to achieve level 5.2 on the 15m Beep Test. This website provides all the tools and know how you need to pass the beep test.
The Prison Service Beep Test
The beep test element of the UK Prison Service fitness test should not be taken lightly. Reaching level 5.2 isn’t easy without training… Unfortunately we have heard many stories of applicants who have failed because they either did not train for it… or had been using the wrong version of the beep test.
It’s recommended that all applicants fully prepare for the fitness test and this website is one of the only places where you can get a copy of the 15m beep test.
Get your copy of The Beep Test
We supply a full copy of the 15 metre Beep Test through our online shop in both CD and MP3 formats.
Both the CD and MP3 versions include the following tests (Prison Officer applicants only need to practice the 15m test):
- 15m Beep Test
- 20m Beep Test
- Press-up Beep Test
- Sit-up Beep Test
What is The Bleep Test?
The Bleep Test (Bleep Test or Multi Stage Fitness Test) involves running back and forth between two set points, 15m apart, in time with the ‘beeps’. The time between bleeps then gets shorter for each new level of the test. The level reached by the applicant determines how long they can continue before having to stop. All applicants need to get to a level of 5.2 on the 15 metre test.
Please be wary of other beep tests available online. These are not the official version, poor quality and differ in many ways to actual fitness test you’re trying to pass. The genuine 2019 beep test is only available on this site.