Fully Accredited Professional Criminology Diploma Course

Easy tools to learn Criminology for yourself or as a career! Fully Accredited Criminology Diploma Course.

Fully Accredited Professional Criminology Diploma Course

What you’ll learn

  • The Basics of Criminology.
  • Measuring Crime.
  • Why Crime Happens.
  • Crime Prevention.
  • Crime Detection.
  • Murderers & Serial Killers.
  • Final Assessments.
  • Accreditation.
  • And so much more!.

Course Content

  • Welcome to your Fully Accredited Professional Criminology Diploma Course –> 11 lectures • 36min.

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Requirements

  • The great thing is that there are no prerequisites for this course, just an internet connection, a note pad and pen and an open and willing mind!.

Fully Accredited Professional Criminology Diploma Course

Easy tools to learn Criminology for yourself or as a career! Fully Accredited Criminology Diploma Course

This course is fully accredited by CTAA – Complementary Therapists Accredited Association.

Our in depth course on criminology will show you an interesting field of study because crime affects each of us irrespective of where we live. This course provides a platform of understanding as to what criminology is at its very core and why people commit crimes, and how punishment works. We also, consider the powers of those within public services.

This is a first step to understanding interrogation and the assessment of criminals. It affords a comprehension as to how the justice system works.

For those who are interested in a career within criminology, you will gain a basic knowledge of the options available to you. This course will also be of interest to anyone within the media or where there is a general interest in law and order. Crime is varied but its effects are far-reaching and there is a natural curiosity as to why crimes occur. Our aim is to enable you to view crime in an informed way and that we answer any questions you might have.

Most people are likely to have their own views as to what constitutes a crime. Within criminology, there might be less agreement as to the general consensus that is often suggested. Criminologists consider the act, and whether it reflects popular opinion of improper behaviour. Within this role, they must also consider if an act is deemed criminal by those with power in society and why.

Criminology is the study of crime and considers the impact of each act in relation to the victim, the perpetrator, and families of those affected. Many crimes impact a wide array of people leading to an outward-extending ripple effect.

Our easy to learn modules include:

  • Introduction to your Fully Accredited Professional Criminology Diploma Course
  • Your Fully Accredited Professional Criminology Diploma Course Training PDF
  • The basics of Criminology
  • Measuring Crime
  • Why Crime Happens
  • Crime Prevention
  • Crime Detection
  • Murderers and Serial Killers
  • Final Summary & Bringing It All Together
  • Accreditation
  • And so much more!

This course is fully accredited by CTAA – Complementary Therapists Accredited Association.