This subject is designed for students who are either at an early stage in their careers or students who have not yet started working. The aim of the course is to give you a good general knowledge and understanding of the use of English in business situations.
Introduces the concept of forensic science and explains how it is used in the investigation of crime.
Bridging subject, compulsory for distance learning students (Not credit bearing)
Forensic investigation is the gathering and analysis of all crime-related physical evidence in order to come to a conclusion about a suspect. Investigators will look at blood, fluid, or fingerprints, residue, hard drives, computers, or other technology to establish how a crime took place.
In this subject you will be doing basic mathematics. This module will help you with problem solving, communicating mathematically and connecting and applying mathematical ideas.
Incident Scene module will teach you how to conduct an initial investigation and enable them to interview suspects, witnesses, and complainants found at the incident or crime scene. It will also teach you how to take down statements and keep records of information obtained.
Unit standard based – can be upgraded
Identification is probable the most important method in forensic investigation. An investigator must have the ability, when listening to the victim to identify the crime and when visiting the scene to identify clues and physical evidence which could be used to solve the crime under investigation.
In this subject you will learn about the country’s criminal law and its processes.
The purpose of Anti-corruption studies is to be able to see the ways in which corruption manifests itself and the complexities surrounding it. In this subject you will learn how to better understand corruption and how to fight it.