We are pleased to offer 1 free place per organisation on a first come first served basis. Please contact Katharine Mitchell for further details.
Speakers include Dr Gillian Tully, Forensic Science Regulator and Sara Walton, BSI Group
The aim is to facilitate a workshop to aid in curriculum development.
The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences has been assessing the quality of Forensic Science education now for over a decade and we continually strive to ensure that only the best courses are accredited. In order to maintain the quality and ensure all students get the best from their education. It is critical that the course content grows with changes in the Forensic Science marketplace.
The CSFS Educational and Industry forum was specifically set up to bring together practitioners and academics to forge relations and to assist in course development. Quality is now one of the key issues for all forensic science providers and Police forces and so it has never been more important than now to ensure that all Forensic Science Graduates are work ready and have the core skills they need to become the experts of the future. This year the forum is looking at the importance of Quality in the workplace and how we can best embed this into HE teaching to ensure the knowledge and understanding of what it is, why it is essential and role it will play throughout the working life of all forensic practitioners from Campus to Crime Scene to Court
We kindly ask that when Society members are booking for this event they use the same email address for contact as they do for logging in - otherwise you may not get the membership discounted rate.
If you have any queries please contact Katharine Mitchell, Administrator Quality Standards.
The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences
Copthall Bridge House, Station Bridge
Telephone +44 (0)1423 790 391