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.
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Units will include areas of laboratory, forensic, medical and environmental science along with biological, chemical and physical science to provide a route to employment in the science industry or within organisations which use science. Modules may include: fundamentals of science, physiology of human body systems, practical chemical analysis and using science in the workplace.
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 […]