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Applied Science Level 2 Diploma at Heart of Worcestershire College

Course description

Do you love experimenting? Are you practical, and passionate about Science? Would you like to be a crime scene investigator? During this course you will explore a range of topics within science, technology, engineering and maths. You will translate the theory behind the science into 'real life' experience. Covering an expansive subject area you will improve your knowledge of the core elements of science while also having the opportunity to explore specialist areas such as Crime Scene Investigation, practical experiments and scientific design.

Entry requirements

To join this course you must have either: 
4 GCSEs A-D including science with either maths or English language or Level 1 Functional Skills 
Appropriate Level 1 qualification in a related subject area 
Relevant industry experience 

Entry will be subject to a satisfactory reference.


You will be continually assessed through your written assignments, individual or group presentations and independent projects and role-plays.

Future opportunities

Upon successful completion of your Level 2 Diploma in Applied Science you can then choose to stay at HoW College and progress onto the Level 3 Applied Science. Alternatively this course will allow you to progress into a career in laboratory work, scientific surveying or technician work.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Heart of Worcestershire College directly.

Last updated date: 29 September 2016

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