Course Details

  • This course will allow you to develop a deep knowledge and understanding of the range of necessary skills needed for a future in the Criminal Justice or Public Services Sector. Covering topics from law, psychology and sociology to criminal justice and crime scene investigation, this course serves as great preparation for future work and is a fantastic steppingstone for anyone interested in further study within this field. You will learn about the process from crime scene to court room and explore criminological theories all while strengthening your leadership skills for the workplace.

  • Applicants must possess 5 GCSE’s at Grade 4 or above, including Maths and English. A DBS check is also required for entry onto this course.

  • This course includes four formal examinations; two internally moderated, and two externally moderated. Learners will also be expected to complete graded course work throughout the duration of the course.

  • Upon successful completion of this qualification, learners can explore a range of career options in the Uniformed Services and Criminal Justice System at HE and apprenticeship level. Alternatively, learners can progress onto a higher-level qualification within the Criminal Justice or Public Services field. This course is also offered at Level 4, 5 and 6.

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  • If you need help with affording college, there are a number of different finance and funding options available to you. You might be eligible for special bursary support or extra help from the government. Have a look at our fees, finance & funding page to find out all the information you need.

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