Forensic Psychology (Level 4)

Course

Distance

£ 349 VAT inc.

Description

  • Type

    Course

  • Methodology

    Distance Learning

  • Class hours

    120h

  • Duration

    12 Months

This programme is ideal for learners who would have completed the Level 3 Forensic Psychology programme and would like to move on to the Level 4.

The purpose of this course is to equip learners with an in depth knowledge and understanding with regards to Forensic Psychology. Forensic Psychologists are concerned with the application of psychology to the criminal justice system. A Forensic psychologist can also be referred to as an Investigative Psychologist.

Students can expect to learn more about a range of psychological processes related to criminal behaviour. This programme will provide students with an in depth understanding of a range of topics related to Forensic Psychology.

About this course

Key Topics

Module 1: Introducing Research Methods
Module 2: Introducing Basic Statistics
Module 3: Psychology and Violent Crime
Module 4: Serial Killers
Module 5: Crime and Substance Abuse
Module 6: Child Abuse
Module 7: The Evidence of Children
Module 8: Criminal Responsibility and Psychiatric Defences
Module 9: Mental Disorder as a Defence
Module 10: Eyewitness Testimony
Module 11: Psychology in a Correctional Setting
Module 12: Psychology and Police Selection, Recruitment and Training
Module 13: Police Stress
Module 14: The Decision to Assist
Module 15: The Research Proposal and the Research Project Report

No Entry Requirements

NCFE Level 4 Forensic Psychology Certificate of Achievement

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  • Forensic Psychology
  • Psychology
  • Forensic psychiatry

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Course programme

Forensic Psychology (Level 4)


The Level 4 in Forensic Psychology is divided into fifteen comprehensive modules.

The purpose of this course is to equip learners with an in depth knowledge and understanding with regards to Forensic Psychology. Forensic Psychologists are concerned with the application of psychology to the criminal justice system. A Forensic psychologist can also be referred to as an Investigative Psychologist.

Students can expect to learn more about a range of psychological processes related to criminal behaviour.

Modules

  • Module 1: Introducing Research Methods
  • Module 2: Introducing Basic Statistics
  • Module 3: Psychology and Violent Crime
  • Module 4: Serial Killers
  • Module 5: Crime and Substance Abuse
  • Module 6: Child Abuse
  • Module 7: The Evidence of Children
  • Module 8: Criminal Responsibility and Psychiatric Defences
  • Module 9: Mental Disorder as a Defence
  • Module 10: Eyewitness Testimony
  • Module 11: Psychology in a Correctional Setting
  • Module 12: Psychology and Police Selection, Recruitment and Training
  • Module 13: Police Stress
  • Module 14: The Decision to Assist
  • Module 15: The Research Proposal and the Research Project Report

Forensic Psychology (Level 4)

£ 349 VAT inc.