It is with sadness that we must communicate that the heats are paused and postponed. It goes without saying people are the priority and safety is the highest priority for them and us. Thus we are currently looking to find new ways to ensure the competition goes ahead. We still need people to register for the competition. The registration is open now and we currently have 14 people registered for
Complete Forensics is actively monitoring developments regarding coronavirus (COVID-19), and at this time we will continue to run events until such time that UK Government advises otherwise. That said, it is possible we will see some disruption to the events calendar in the coming months. We want to apologise ahead of schedule for any late changes or possible cancellations. However, the safety and wellbeing of all involved will be paramount.
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You will by now have heard that Catherine Jones a 26 year old student from Gower College Swansea succeeded in becoming the 7th Gold Medal winner in Forensic Science during WorldSKills UK LIVE 2019. We managed to catch up with Catherine and ask a few questions about her win: Why did you enter? My lecturer Amy Herbert put the competition to me and asked if I’d like to give it
Please give Complete Forensics Saturday Science Clubs a chance to WIN in the #easyfundraising Black Friday Giveaway! Just visit the competition page and click any of the listed retailers before midnight on Sunday 10th November! Visit: http://efraising.org/bW9NwY7GbU
Is that a misleading headline? Are Forensic Science students good for nothing? I certainly do NOT think so I believe they all have something to offer but I recently came across Gradcracker the STEM careers website that says it has jobs for all STEM careers. It even has a search box to tick for forensic science students to search for careers in their chosen discipline. UNFORTUNATELY there is not one
A recent cyber security issue that significantly affected a forensic science provider has raised the question of whether the community requires more specific requirements covering the range of possible types of IT security. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) was asked to consider what specific requirements could be considered for future versions of the codes. The Regulator asks that all forensic science providers of any size, review their IT security,
Have you got your free tickets yet? WorldSkills UK LIVE is coming in November and it’s free to visit. No matter what your looking for in a job you can find many different organisations there to ask questions, talk to and have a go at activities. We will be there delivering the Forensic Science competition for the 7th year running so why not grab your free tickets and visit us