Sat, 06 Feb|
Professional Certification in Psychology and Criminology
Criminal behavior is not, itself, indicative of mental illness. If it were, perhaps it could be treated medically. The aim of this course is to provide practitioners and researchers with information, data, and current best practices on important and timely topics in Behavioral Criminology.
Time & Location
06 Feb 2021, 09:00 GMT+8 – 07 Feb 2021, 17:00 GMT+8
About the Course
Understanding the People on the Scene
Criminal behavior is not, itself, indicative of mental illness. If it were, perhaps it could be treated medically. However, some criminals are motivated to engage in illegal and antisocial behavior by underlying psychiatric conditions, especially those conditions that manifest themselves in symptoms such as lack of impulse control and lack of inhibition, hallucinations and delusions, paranoia, hyper-activity, and inability to concentrate or possession of impaired communication skills.
The aim of this course is to provide practitioners and researchers with information, data, and current best practices on important and timely topics in Behavioral Criminology.
Key Objectives of Course
The course will equip you with a wide range of transferable skills and you will develop the research expertise to investigate crime and criminal justice data, and the proficiency to engage critically with real-world criminal justice policy debates.
Through the study of a broad range of topics within the discipline of psychology, including the application of psychological knowledge in a range of professional areas, you will learn to appreciate how the subject progresses through the careful use of research methods.
· Working professionals who are in the security, legal industries;
· Security consultants and security analyst
· Risk management professionals
- Ticket type
Criminology WorkshopPriceSGD 1,200.00
+SGD 30.00 service fee+SGD 30.00 service fee
Course Subsidy Information
IBG-STS accredited course Enhanced Funding Support where 95% (till 30 June 2021; thereafter 70%) of the course fee is subsidised.
Singapore Citizens aged 40 years & above will be eligible for 90% co-funding of direct training costs.
Grant capped at S$7,000 per participant per programme.
When a participant (Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident, physically based in SG) is sponsorsed by company, Training Grant Allowance (TAG) of S$15/hour is available for programmes commencing between 8 April 2020 and 30 June 2021 and completed no later than 30 September 2021.
TAG will be reimbursed to the relevant sponsoring companies upon the participants' successful completion and passing the assessment component of the IBF-STS programme.