NCC Home Learning Announce their Brand New Criminalistics Course!



Released on: November 11, 2011, 6:21 pm
Author: NCC Home Learning
Industry: Education

NCC Home Learning is happy to announce their brand new Criminisitics Diploma course, ideal for anyone wanting to work within the forensics and criminology field. Learners are now able to study an accredited course with deposits as low as £59.99!

The new Level 3 Criminalistics course allows students to study at home, in their own time and at their own pace through the popular study method, Distance Learning.

The brand new course by NCC Home Learning, allows learners to understand how criminalists use the science of criminalistics to solve crimes, as well as helping them to further their knowledge in how a criminalist uses physical evidence to provide a link between a suspect and the victim.

NCC Home Learning always aim to offer the best learning opportunity to their students, which is why they supply a full 12 months tutor support to assist learners in the completion of this course. The Criminalistics Diploma is openly available to anyone wishing to learn more about this subject, and would like to take part in a highly rewarding home study course.

The Level 3 course will explore many aspects of Criminisitics including the Biological Trace Evidence, Fingerprints and Psychology and the Crime Scene, enabling the student to fully understand the concept of Criminalistics which in turn has relation to criminal psychology.

Tony Smith, Managing Director at NCC, said: “At NCC we are always looking to add value to our ever growing portfolio of Forensics and Criminology courses and aim to help learners progress with their education, whether this is to support a job application, or to update qualifications.”

With over 240 courses available and with deposits starting from as little as £59.99, there has never been a better time to study with NCC Home Learning!

If you are interested in participating in the Criminalistics course or would like more information on our Forensics and Criminology courses as well as any other home learning courses then please visit:


For further information on the Criminalistics course contact:
General Enquires Team
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