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There are hundreds of nationally recognized Professional qualifications & training courses from the worlds leading education providers. Course objectives should lead to teaching methods and student interest.

Courses and programs in physics can allow individuals to explore the broad and fundamental field of matter and energy. Through their studies, students can learn to understand and analyze the many natural phenomena found in the universe.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Principles of Static Equipment Program

The International Institute Of Plant Engineering And Design
Online Part time 6 months September 2018 Netherlands Netherlands Online

This is a special course for students who are working and studying at the same time. It is a self-paced course about Static Equipment. The course is suitable for engineering or science graduates who wish to become familiar with the engineering principles involved in the design of the static equipment. [+]

This is a special course for students who are working and studying at the same time. It is a self-paced course about Static Equipment. The course is suitable for engineering or science graduates who wish to become familiar with the engineering principles involved in the design of the static equipment.

This course is proving popular within process industry companies wishing to introduce graduates to all aspects of static equipment. The workload is lower to accommodate the work/learn situation of the student. The student is expected to work at the material one hour per day, 5 days a week. There is a Course Tutor available to facilitate online discussion and to assess the final project.... [-]


Course Combined Science IGCSE Course (Double Award)

Distance Learning Centre
Online Part time 400 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

The Science IGCSE Course combines the most interesting aspects of IGCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics. This is an ideal introduction for students who require a grounding in elementary science which has become a requirement for many important occupations, such as Teaching, Nursing & midwifery. [+]

The Science IGCSE Course combines the most interesting aspects of IGCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics. This is an ideal introduction for students who require a grounding in elementary science which has become a requirement for many important occupations, such as Teaching, Nursing & midwifery.

IGCSE Science (Double Award) is worth TWO IGCSEs. Written by experienced science teachers and subject specialists, Marion Green, Michael Jones and Philip West, the course provides excellent preparation for the IGCSE Science examinations. Each lesson of the Combined GCSE course begins with a set of clearly stated objectives and an explanation of its place in the overall programme of study.... [-]


IGCSE Physics Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 300 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

The IGCSE in Physics aims to impart a systematic body of scientific knowledge and skills as well as foster an appreciation of the practical nature of physics. Experimental and investigative skills based on safe, correct safe laboratory techniques will be developed. Students will also gain an appreciation of scientific methods and learn to form hypotheses and design experiments to test them. [+]

The IGCSE in Physics aims to impart a systematic body of scientific knowledge and skills as well as foster an appreciation of the practical nature of physics. Experimental and investigative skills based on safe, correct safe laboratory techniques will be developed. Students will also gain an appreciation of scientific methods and learn to form hypotheses and design experiments to test them.

Qualification: IGCSE Physics Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: Edexcel Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 300 Hours - 12 Months Max Support Key subject aims To impart a systematic body of scientific knowledge and the skills needed to apply this in new and changing situations in many domestic, industrial and environmental contexts To foster an appreciation of the practical nature of physics, and develop experimental and investigative skills based on correct and safe laboratory techniques To develop an appreciation of the importance of accurate experimental work and reporting to scientific method To enable students to form hypotheses and design experiments to test them To enable students to evaluate, in terms of their scientific knowledge and understanding, the benefits and drawbacks (including social, environmental and economic) of scientific and technological developments To enable students to select, organise and present information clearly and logically, using appropriate scientific terms and conventions Physics Paper 1 Section 1: Forces and motion Section 2: Electricity Section 3: Waves Section 4: Energy resources and energy transfer Section 5: Solids, liquids and gases Section 6: Magnetism and... [-]

IGCSE Combined Science Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 300 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

The International GCSE in Science (Double Award) aims to impart a systematic body of scientific knowledge and facts, and an understanding of scientific concepts, principles, themes and patterns. [+]

The International GCSE in Science (Double Award) aims to impart a systematic body of scientific knowledge and facts, and an understanding of scientific concepts, principles, themes and patterns. Experimental skills based on correct and safe laboratory techniques are developed, as well as students’ ability to form hypotheses and design experiments to test them. This single-tier qualification is assessed via three papers – one each from chemistry, biology and physics. Students are awarded two International GCSE grades from A* to G.

Qualification: IGCSE Combined Science (Double Award) Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: Edexcel Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 300 Hours - 12 Months Max Support Course Aims Impart a systematic body of scientific knowledge and facts, and an understanding of scientific concepts, principles, themes and patterns Further students' appreciation of the practical nature of science, developing experimental skills based on correct and safe laboratory techniques Develop an appreciation of the importance of accurate experimental work to scientific method and reporting Develop students' ability to form hypotheses and design experiments to test them Sustain and develop an enjoyment of, and interest in, the scientific world Foster an appreciation of the significance of science in wider personal, social, environmental, economic and technological contexts, with a consideration of ethical issues Syllabus ... [-]

Physics, A Level

Richard Huish College
Campus Full time 2 years August 2018 United Kingdom Taunton

You might be fascinated by the universe. You might want to understand how modern technology and engineering works. Physics is highly regarded as it shows your ability and intellect to the best. [+]

Physics A Level Full-time Examining Board: AQA (Specification A)

You might be fascinated by the universe. You might want to understand how modern technology and engineering works. Physics is highly regarded as it shows your ability and intellect to the best. It is a highly regarded qualification and can take you in a number of career directions especially the more highly paid graduate careers.

This A Level course is only offered as a two year programme.

The new linear AQA specification A Level will be followed from September 2015. The course content is as follows:

Mandatory units Measurements and their errors Particles and radiation Waves Mechanics and materials Electricity Further mechanics and thermal physics Fields and their consequences Nuclear physics. Optional units Astrophysics Medical physics Engineering physics Turning points in physics Electronics. ... [-]

Course in Discovering Science: Science Writing

FutureLearn
Online Part time 2 weeks November 2018 United Kingdom UK Online

Without science writing, science could not really exist. By recording experiments and publishing the results of studies and discoveries, scientists can share their important work, and find an engaged audience. [+]

Why join the course?

Without science writing, science could not really exist. By recording experiments and publishing the results of studies and discoveries, scientists can share their important work, and find an engaged audience. Science writing takes many forms: from press releases to video scripts. You’ll learn about different types of science writing, and look at the factors which you need to consider to write a story. You’ll discover how to gather accurate information and relevant opinions as well as tips on how to conduct a successful interview.

What topics will you cover? Examine the different forms science writing can take, and the sources for finding out about science. Examine the factors to consider when preparing to write your own science story, such as the angle, who your audience is, and why they will be interested in a story. Understand how to structure a narrative. Examine the different components you need to write for news articles, press releases, and blogs, such as the headline for a news article. Understand the importance of balance in a news story and how to achieve it. Explore how to use video stories to communicate scientific information to different audiences. Explore interviewing techniques to use before and during a broadcast. Write a news article, blog post or video script; and review and comment on the work of other learners. What will you achieve? Explain what science writing is and identify different types. Identify how to source examples of science writing and evaluate them. Evaluate how... [-]

Course in Discovering Science: Atmospheric Chemistry

FutureLearn
Online Part time 2 weeks January 2019 United Kingdom UK Online

Learn about the role that radiation and greenhouse gases play in our understanding of atmospheric chemistry. As levels of CO2 in the atmosphere increase, you will discover the solutions scientists are exploring to reduce levels. [+]

Why join the course?

Learn about the role that radiation and greenhouse gases play in our understanding of atmospheric chemistry. As levels of CO2 in the atmosphere increase, you will discover the solutions scientists are exploring to reduce levels. And discover how missions to other planets and moons in our solar system are revealing extraordinarily diverse atmospheres. Explore how an exponential increase in the discovery of new exoplanets is helping us learn about the evolution of our own atmosphere.

What topics will you cover? The chemistry of atmospheric pollution. The role that radiation and greenhouse gases play in atmospheric chemistry. The role of chemical feedbacks. An introduction to the FAGE container. The research conducted using the FAGE container to predict climate and air quality. Chemical solutions for reducing the amount of Carbon Dioxide in our atmosphere. The influence of humans on recent climate change. Assignment: prepare interview questions to demonstrate an understanding of lowering CO2 emissions. The role of chemistry in understanding the atmospheres in the solar system. Space exploration in the media. The evolution of technology in aiding knowledge of planetary atmospheres. The Cassini-Huygens space mission. Similarities and differences between Titan’s and Earth’s atmospheres. The search for life or a habitable planet. Assignment: a peer-reviewed task to write a press release about a space mission. What will you achieve? Explore the chemistry behind climate and pollution in Earth’s atmosphere. Assess the future of living with climate change, the contributing impact humans are making and possible solutions. Explore how knowledge... [-]

Summer School of Physics: PLASMA PHYSICS AND CONTROLLED FUSION

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Campus 11 days July 2018 Russia St. Petersburg

The course introduces the basics of plasma physics and controlled fusion. [+]

The course introduces the basics of plasma physics and controlled fusion.

Introduction to Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion

The course is intended as the first plasma physics course however it is also suitable for senior undergraduate students and graduate students.

The primary objective of the course is to present and develop the fundamentals of plasma physics particularly highlighting high-temperature plasma physics and its applications to controlled fusion. The course begins with the historical overview of plasma physics and introduction of plasma phenomena. It includes classical physics background, single particle motion in electric and magnetic fields, Coulomb collisions and transport processes, electromagnetic theory, a fluid model of plasma, plasma confinement schemes, simple equilibrium and stability analysis, and principles of fusion machines. It also covers wave propagation in a magnetic field, kinetic description of plasmas, Vlasov model, electrostatic waves and Landau damping. The necessary mathematical apparatus (partial equations and complex analysis) will be introduced during the lectures. ... [-]


Extended International Foundation Year in Engineering and Physical Sciences*

University of Surrey International Study Centre
Campus Full time 1 year September 2018 United Kingdom Guildford

The Engineering and Physical Sciences International Foundation Year leads to a wide range of degrees in engineering, science and mathematics related subjects at the University of Surrey. [+]

The Engineering and Physical Sciences International Foundation Year leads to a wide range of degrees in engineering, science and mathematics related subjects at the University of Surrey. *Subject to approval

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Academic English Skills Academic English Skills aims to provide you with thorough training in the language and related academic skills which will enable you to best achieve your academic potential at University. These skills include the processes of academic writing, effective and extensive reading strategies, effective participation in seminars and delivery of presentations, and listening to and recording information effectively from lectures. You will also develop the accuracy and range of written and spoken language required to use language effectively and appropriately, with clarity and confidence in an academic context.... [-]