Applied Science (Forensic Science) BTEC Extended Diploma
Around 20 per cent of the UK workforce are in science-related careers and there is a shortage of people with Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) skills.
If you are interested in how science can unlock the secrets of a crime scene, then our courses are for you. It's not just the Police who use CSI trained staff: The Fire Service, Prisons, Customs, UK Border Agency, Private Investigation Companies and many more sectors deploy trained staff. Forensic scientists include:
- DNA Experts
- Ballistics Experts
You can study practical, hands-on courses which can lead you to work or to university to study for a degree. The BTEC Extended Diploma in Science at Level 3 is equivalent to 3 A Levels.
Course details and fees
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Other courses you may be interested in
- BTEC Level 3 National Foundation Certificate in Applied Science (Forensic Science)Level 3
- BTEC Level1/Level 2 First Extended Certificate/Diploma in Applied Science (Forensics)Level 2
- Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) Foundation Programme Level 1Level 1
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