Accredited Course

Forensic Science Level 3

Study House Ltd
Distancia

422 
+IVA
*Prezzo Orientativo
Importo originale in GBP:
£ 375

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Tipologia Corso
Metodologia A distanza
Ore di lezione 150h
Durata 1 Year
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Invio di materiale didattico
Servizio di consultazione
Tutoraggio personalizzato
  • Corso
  • A distanza
  • 150h
  • Durata:
    1 Year
  • Inizio:
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  • Invio di materiale didattico
  • Servizio di consultazione
  • Tutoraggio personalizzato
Descrizione

The aim of this self-study course is to provide a comprehensive guide to crime detection and examines in detail a range of techniques used for scientific evaluation of evidence. This is an ideal course for anyone wishing to improve their knowledge of crime and its detection.
Suitable for: This programme is designed for anyone interested in crime and learning more about crime detection.

Informazioni importanti

Requisiti: No prior knowledge or qualifications are required to study this course.

Accredited or approved course provider: Forensic Science Level 3 award from NCFE - ABC Awards

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Dove e quando

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Distance Learning
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Distance Learning

Cosa impari in questo corso?

Interpreting
Evaluation
Presentation
Email
Presentation Skills
Biology
Packaging
Skills and Training
Analysis methodologies
Forensic science

Programma

 

Course Contents

 

Unit 1 Introduction to forensic science

 

·          What is forensic science? ·          Scientific disciplines o        Chemistry o        Biology o        Computing

 

Unit 2 Crime scene investigations

 

·          The role of the forensic science services ·          Health and Safety ·          Crime scene preservation ·          Documentation of the scene and its evidence ·          Recognition and recovery of physical evidence ·          Transportation and storage and of evidence ·          Chain of custody

 

Unit 3 Investigating computer based electronic evidence

 

·          Gathering digital forensic evidence ·          Common types of storage devices ·          Recovering and packaging of digital evidence ·          Transporting  digital evidence ·          Written records ·          Principles of gathering digital forensic evidence

 

Unit 4 Crime scene equipment

 

·          General equipment ·          Optional equipment ·          Specialised equipment

 

 

Unit 5 Analysis of crime scene evidence

 

 

·          Inspect and prepare submitted items

·          A range of chemical, biological and physical techniques applied to forensic analysis.

 

o        DNA analysis o        Body fluid analysis o        Bloodstain pattern analysis o        Fingerprint analysis o        Physical impression and imprints analysis o        Trace evidence analysis o        Arson analysis o        Explosives analysis o        Ballistics analysis o        Drug analysis o        Documents analysis o        Digital equipment analysis ·          Interpreting results

 

 

 

Unit 6 Presentation of evidence

 

·          Presenting findings ·          Written and oral skills ·          Computing skills

 

 

Assessment

 

Each element is followed by a written assignment, which is submitted and then marked by your tutor.  There is no external examination required.

 

 

Study Method

 

The course is designed for study by distance learning at work or at home.  Students receive course manual, assignments and studyguide plus tutor support by mail and email.  You can start at any time and plan your studies over a period of up to one year from the time of enrolment.