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National Occupational Standards (NOS)
Key features of the BTEC Nationals in Applied Science
Rationale of the BTEC Nationals in Applied Science
Scientific skills development
Structure of the qualification
Unit format
Unit 1: Fundamentals of Science
Unit 2: Working in the Science Industry
Unit 3: Scientific Investigation
Unit 4: Scientific Practical Techniques
Unit 5: Perceptions of Science
Unit 6: Application of Numbers for Science Technicians
Unit 7: Mathematics for Science Technicians
Unit 8: Statistics for Science Technicians
Unit 9: Informatics
Unit 10: Using Science in the Workplace
Unit 11: Physiology of Human Body Systems
Unit 12: Physiology of Human Regulation and Reproduction
Unit 13: Biochemical Techniques
Unit 14: Energy Changes, Sources and Applications
Unit 15: Microbiological Techniques
Unit 16: Chemistry for Biology Technicians
Unit 17: Electrical Circuits and their Industrial Applications
Unit 18: Genetics and Genetic Engineering
Unit 19: Practical Chemical Analysis
Unit 20: Medical Physics Techniques
Unit 21: Biomedical Science Techniques
Unit 22: Chemical Laboratory Techniques
Unit 23: Science for Environmental Technicians
Unit 24: Principles of Plant and Soil Science
Unit 25: Electronics for Science Technicians
Unit 26: Industrial Applications of Chemical Reactions
Unit 27: Chemical Periodicity and its Applications
Unit 28: Industrial Applications of Organic Chemistry
Unit 29: Physiological Investigations
Unit 30: Medical Instrumentation
Unit 31: Criminology
Unit 32: Forensic Evidence Collection and Analysis
Unit 33: Forensic Photography
Unit 34: Criminal Psychology
Unit 35: Forensic Psychology
Unit 36: Forensic Fire Investigation
Unit 37: Forensic Science Informatics
Unit 38: Traffic Accident Investigation
Unit 39: Criminal Investigation Procedures
Unit 40: Criminal Investigation Practice
Unit 41: Forensic Media and Crime
Assessment and grading
Grading domains
Quality assurance
Risk assessment
Internal verification
External verification
Calculation of the qualification grade
Awarding a qualification grade
Unit points
Grade boundaries and UCAS points (as of 1st January 2007)
Programme design and delivery
Mode of delivery
Delivery approach
Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL)
Meeting local needs
Limitations on variations from standard specifications
Restrictions on learner entry
Access arrangements and special considerations
How to obtain National Occupational Standards
Professional development and training
Grading domains: Level 3 BTEC generic grading domains
Key skills mapping — summary of opportunities suggested in each unit
National Occupational Standards/mapping with NVQs
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