Monthly Archives: November 2017

How to become a Physiotherapist

Physiotherapists help treat people with injuries or physical difficulties. Whether it’s to help rehabilitate someone after a sports injury, to improve the mobility of an elderly patient, or to assist someone suffering from an illness on the road to recovery, the work they do is absolutely invaluable in ensuring people are as happy and pain free as possible. Whilst day-to-day activities may vary, typical duties for a Physiotherapist could include:… Read Article →

BSc (Hons) Forensic Criminology

Duration: Three years full-time or six years part-time Requirements: Applicants must have three A-levels at grades CCC or above including a science subject or Psychology, BTEC triple grades MMM or above, an Access diploma at 39-45 and GCSE English Language and Maths or Science at grade C or above. This forensic criminology degree readies students to apply science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) to crime scene investigation. You’ll understand how forensic science… Read Article →