This Apprentice will learn how to operate in a working forensic laboratory and become part of the digital forensics team, as well as gaining their academic qualifications. Suitable for: School/college leavers with a specific interest in science (specifically technology and forensic science), who have not yet decided whether they wish to enter full...
Progress in your employment in the field of laboratory work. Become self employed - set up your own business. Progress through the levels and then to higher education. Suitable for: If you are at present working in an industrial, hospital or educational laboratory, and want accreditation for the work you do and gain an approved qualification this...
Suitable for: The course will appeal to those students who want to follow a career in laboratory-based science.
Demonstrate an understanding of laboratory equipment and safe working practises.Determine the collection, preservation and processing of pathological samples and specimens.
This is a practical, work-related course. Twelve units will be studied that focus on the sciences and developing laboratory skills. Students will learn by completing assignments and projects that are based on realistic workplace situations, activities and demands.
Laboratory and Industrial Science offers a variety of combinations of Units '" some pure, some applied, some vocational. The programme enables a combination of these, across the different scientific disciplines, to produce a varied and interesting course to prepare students for either University or employment.
You will study two core units: Scientific Principles. Science and the World of Work You will also study four specialist units from the following: Chemistry Applications. Physical Science Applicataions. Biological Systems. Anatomy and Physiology. Forensic Science Applications. Science in Medicine
This course provides a novel approach to the learning of science based on acquiring practical skills in the context of knowledge and understanding of the basic scientific concepts. You will have the opportunity to explore laboratory techniques and diagnostic testing used in major scientific research and industrial organisations. You will be able to...
Communication 4 | Maths | Biology | Chemistry | Information Technology.
Level: This is an AS level course. What is the Biology AS course? This course combines units on biology and disease, the variety of living organisms, investigative and practical skills in biology. In addition, elements of mathematics and chemistry are introduced progressively. It is important that you have an ability to express yourself clearly in...
This course provides a broad understanding of the main branches of Science together with practical laboratory experience. Designed for students who are unsure which branch of Science interests them most and provides the opportunity to study Chemistry, Biology and Physics at university level.
Demonstrate an understanding of laboratory equipment and safe working practises. Determine the collection, preservation and processing of pathological samples and specimens.
This is an exciting two year full-time programme for students to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills required for a career as a Science technician or within the forensic science sector. It provides a progression route into Higher Education in Science related subjects.
You could follow a degree course in Science or take up employment in Laboratory work, Industry, Health Care or other jobs offering further training.
The content of the course is similar to, but less than, the double award science taught in many schools. There are elements of biology, chemistry and physics, and coursework is included. The course will concentrate on exam technique and its aim is to get you a GCSE Science qualification if you do not have one.
Forensic Science is the use of scientific methods to assist the police and the courts in resolving legal issues, whether those issues are criminal or civil. This full time two year qualification combines written theory with the practical skills required for working within the field of forensic science, whether that is at a crime scene or in the...
The first year is the AS course and covers cell structure, cellular organisation, transport, biochemistry, health, biodiversity, classification and evolution. The 2nd year completes the 'A' level with topics such as communication, respiration, photosynthesis, excretion, biotechnology, ecosystems and response.