Certificate in Criminal Forensic Psychology Course
Criminal Forensic Psychology Course
Criminal Forensic Psychology Course Details:
Crime has been a major problem across the globe, and everywhere we go we want to ensure our safety. Crime has ruined lives and destroyed families, and it has to be stopped.
Criminal Forensic Psychology studies the criminal minds, how they think, and what motivates them to commit a crime. The goal of the study is to determine how to prevent crimes from being committed, which also aids criminal proceedings in a court of law.
Forensic psychologists deal with a wide variety of legal matters like examining the minds of criminal defendants, dispute resolution, jury selection, and much more.
At the end of this course, students shall learn how to: (1) define and understand the importance of forensic psychology; (2) use psychology to understand criminals; (3) relate forensic psychology to law; (4) profile offenders; (5) carry out witness interviews; (6) use psychology to prevent crime; (7) assess psychopaths; (8) understand law and criminal forensic psychology; and (9) use criminal forensic psychology in court processes.
To achieve these goals, this Course Space Certificate in Criminal Forensic Psychology course students should make use of the interactive materials. Assessments shall be done after each module to check for knowledge retention and understanding.
Criminal forensic psychologists are also asked to provide expert testimonies in court.
Criminal Forensic Psychology Course Highlights:
- 12-month full access to online course materials
- Learning materials and resources provided
- Modules encompassing wide-ranging topics about criminal forensic psychology
- Accessibility and affordability wrapped in one
- A well-recognised certificate upon course completion
Criminal Forensic Psychology Course Certificate
Once you have completed this course, every student will have his or her certificate. This certificate can be used as a tool to build your resume, as it helps validate their skill and learning experience.
Criminal Forensic Psychology Course Format
This course is divided into several lessons, which is delivered online with the help of our interactive learning management system. Students will have access to the learning portal, and through this portal, they will be able to access the course 24/7. This allows them to have absolute control over their learning pace and as well enable them to study from the comfort of their home, office or using their laptop while traveling.
Criminal Forensic Psychology Course Duration
The minimum period to have this study completed is 35 hours; however, this is only an estimate because the duration to complete this course depends solely on the ability of the learner to absorb information. Right from the enrolment date, learners will have absolute access to the course for 12 months, and learners will be given the opportunity to complete the course during this period at any time.
Get this course today and acquaint yourself with:
Ø Lesson 1 – Definition and Importance of Forensic Psychology
Ø Lesson 1 – Definition and Importance of Forensic Psychology (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 2 – Using Psychology to Understand Criminals
Ø Lesson 2 – Using Psychology to Understand Criminals (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 3 – How Forensic Psychology Relates to Law
Ø Lesson 3 – How Forensic Psychology Relates to Law (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 4 – Carrying Out Witness Interviews
Ø Lesson 4 – Carrying Out Witness Interviews (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 5 – Profiling Offenders
Ø Lesson 5 – Profiling Offenders (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 6 – Using Psychology to Prevent Crime
Ø Lesson 6 – Using Psychology to Prevent Crime (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 7 – Various Psychological Assessments and Evaluating Them
Ø Lesson 7 – Various Psychological Assessments and Evaluating Them (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 8 – Assessing Psychopath in Criminal Forensic Psychology
Ø Lesson 8 – Assessing Psychopath in Criminal Forensic Psychology (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 9 – Law and Criminal Forensic Psychology
Ø Lesson 9 – Law and Criminal Forensic Psychology (Quiz)
Ø Lesson 10 – How Criminal Forensic Psychology Influences Court Processes
Ø Lesson 10 – How Criminal Forensic Psychology Influences Court Processes (Quiz)