Principles & Practice of Cosmetic Science - One Week Course
25 february - 2 march 2018
This course is targeted at scientists who have been working in the industry for a few years and are looking to move on to more managerial or supervisory roles, primarily but not exclusively in the scientific functions. The course was formerly run as the Intensive Residential Course, providing an induction for new recruits to the industry, but in response to changing needs, significant changes were made.
The course involves a challenging product development exercise and the lectures are organised to support the exercise effectively. The lectures on any given day will provide information relevant to that evening's work on the exercise. The aim of this is to reinforce the learning process through practical application of the material provided in the lectures. Certain relevant managerial skills, such as team working and project management. are also provided. Our objective is to maximize the learning experience of the participants.
The Principles and Practice of Cosmetic Science course is recognised by the Continuous Professional Development Scheme of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The Course runs every two years. The most recent, very successful course took place on 28 February 2016 at the Norfolk Hotel in Bournemouth.
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