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Bridgend County Borough Council will be marking Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 with a public event to remember the victims of the Nazi persecution and subsequent genocides. In partnership with Bridgend College, the annual commemoration will be held in the Sony Theatre on Friday 20 January at 10.30am, and will remember the millions who have been […]
You will study a range of topics from the areas of chemical, biological and forensic analysis as well as biotechnology. You’ll gain an insight into forensic investigation, discovering how to investigate a crime scene and analyse evidence. Graduates of this course would be well placed to work in a chemical, biochemical or biotechnological field with their knowledge and practical skills.
Practice learning opportunities in social work/social care settings form an integral part of the programme and provide you with a wealth of experience to allow you to develop essential links between theory and practice. Subjects include legislation and social work practice, role and context of social work and social policy. Learners who successfully complete the course will be entitled to practice as a professionally qualified social worker.
You will learn a variety of aspects of social work and social care, as well as developing skills needed for progression to a degree in Social Work, Counselling or related areas. Progress to a variety of Higher Education courses including Social Work, Youth Work, Combined Studies, Criminology, Law, Philosophy and Social Policy.
Equivalent to 3 A Levels, this course is classroom-based along with some units based on outdoor skills. You will have the opportunity to go on trips to North Wales and Normandy. Modules may include: Understanding discipline leadership and teamwork in Public Services, Citizenship, Diversity and the Public Services and Land and Water Navigation.
You will participate in a mixture of classroom-based written work and practical indoor and outdoor activities, along with taking part in outdoor pursuits and adventure training such as rock climbing and caving. Modules may include: the role and work of the Public Service, crime and its effects on society and individuals and preparing to respond to emergency incidents.
Bridgend College is delighted to announce that two of its former learners have been shortlisted for the 2015 VQ Learner of the Year. Organised by the Welsh Government’s Department for Education and Skills (DfES), the National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW) and CollegesWales, the VQ Awards help to showcase individuals and organisations that have raised […]