Chemistry (Level 3) Bioscience Entry Module

Module 1
Introduction
Atomic Theory – inside the atom
Periodic Table of Elements
Bonding – how compounds are formed
Molecular Mass and Moles
Electrolysis
Acids, Alkalis and pH

Module 2
Reactivity and Reactions
Electronic Structure of Atoms – Advanced Concepts
Focus on the p-block elements
Organic Chemistry
Reactions in Organic chemistry – how covalent bonds are broken

Module 3
Further Reactions in Organic Chemistry
Natural Organic Materials
Enzymes
Electrolytes and Buffers
Movement across Membranes
Free Radicals

Home Study

On receipt of application form and payment, you will be sent the following:

1) The course text book
2) Online access to course notes and lectures
3) Email from your course tutor detailing how to contact them

Each course online module includes:
• relevant text book references
• written short questions which are submitted to the tutor at the end of each module

Tutor support is available throughout the course and assessments will be returned with marks and comments.

A certificate will be awarded on the successful completion of the Foundation Course.

 

Time Commitment

The Chemistry Foundation Course is expected to require approximately 120 hours to complete in total. This includes reading and assignment time.


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The Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) has accredited CNELM’s Dietary Educator Certificate. On successful completion of this course you will be eligible to apply to register as a Dietary Educator with the FHT.

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