Dive inside the fascinating world of criminology through the Introduction to Criminology course. This course will introduce you to the ins and outs of criminology, and you will get the opportunity to develop the key skills required to pursue a career in criminology.
The Introduction to Criminology course will teach you the core concepts of criminology, victimology, the justice system and educate you on the different classes of crime. You will receive detailed lessons on identifying violent crimes and the investigation process. The highly informative modules will help you build essential skills required for the interviewing and interrogating process. Through this course, you will also grasp the fundamentals of forensics and criminal profiling.
After completing this Introduction to Criminology course, you will receive a certificate of achievement. This certificate will elevate your resume and help you pursue your dream career. Join now!
Learning Outcomes of Introduction to Criminology Course
- Learn about the essentials of criminology and the classes of crime
- Understand the strategies of identifying violent crimes and their investigation process
- Develop your skills in interviewing and interrogating the criminals
- Enrich your understanding of forensics and advanced criminal profiling
- Deepen your knowledge of victimology and the justice system
Why Choose This Introduction to Criminology Course from Adams Academy?
- Instant access to verified and reliable information
- Participation in inventive and interactive training exercises
- Quick assessment and guidance
- CPD accreditation for proof of acquired skills and knowledge
- Freedom to study from any location and at a pace that suits you
- Expert support from dedicated tutors committed to online learning
Is This Introduction to Criminology Course Right for You?
This Introduction to Criminology course is perfect for those who want to pursue a career in the relevant industry. The informative modules of this course will equip you with a clear understanding of criminology. Along with developing the essential skills, you will also receive a valuable certificate to enrich your CV.
Who is this course for?
There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students of all academic backgrounds.
Is this course accredited?
Yes, this course is accredited by CiQ and CPD Qualification Standards.
If I take the course, how will I be assessed?
Once you complete all the lessons/units, you are required to sit an exam which is multiple-choice. Pass mark is 60%.
Does this course include exams?
Yes, this course includes exams.
How can I achieve my certificate?
Once you successfully pass your exam you can obtain your certificate of achievement either in PDF or hard copy format, or both, for an additional fee. Certificates are also available as e-certificates.
Is there any charge for certification?
Yes, there is an additional charge for the certification service. Certificates are £4 each for PDFs and £8 each for hard copies. If both PDF and hard copy certificates are ordered at the same time, the cost is £10. E-certificates are available from your learning portal completely free of charge.
Can anyone validate my certificate through your website?
Yes, there is a unique code issued for every certificate and anyone can validate your certificate by using this code through our website.
Are there any prerequisites for the course?
There are no prerequisites for this course and it is open to everyone.
How long until I receive the course confirmation details?
Once you purchase a course your account will be set up within 48 hours and you will receive an email with your account details.
For how long do I have access to the course?
You will have access to the course for one year following purchase.
What support do you offer?
We provide 24 hours live chat support and our customer service team is available during working hours to answer your phone calls.
- Introduction to Criminology
- Module 01: Criminology and Classes of Crime
- Module 02: Violent Crimes and SOCOs
- Module 03: Interviewing and Understanding
- Mock Exam – Introduction to Criminology
- Module 04: Forensics and Profiling Crime
- Module 05: Advanced Criminal Profiling
- Module 06: Victims and Justice
- Final Exam
- Final Exam – Introduction to Criminology
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