Statement of achievement

  • Further develop your knowledge of biochemistry. This course is designed for people working or wishing to work in a human or animal health or science related profession, as practitioner, educator or researcher.  

  • This course will deepen your knowledge of Biochemistry with an emphasis on plants. This is an advanced course in biochemistry that will give you a deep understanding on how life processes work, where living organism obtain their energy and nutrients and how these are processed to renew and develop new living materials.  A great course of horticulturalists and those interested in plant biochemical processes.

  • Biochemistry I (Animal) is an introductory course to biochemistry.  This course is similar to Biochemistry I (Plants) with a focus on animal biochemistry.  Biochemistry provides the knowledge base for all human and animals health studies

  • Build the backbone of your career with Biochemistry II. This informative course focuses on the important building blocks of life such as: amino acids, proteins, sugars, polysaccharides, lipids, enzymes, vitamins, homones, RNA and DNA.

  • The cell is the basic unit of life.

  • Genetics is important in an array of areas, such as plant science, animal science, nutrition, psychology, child behaviour and many more. This course aims to show you that the discipline of genetics can offer valuable insights to nurses, midwives and health visitors.


    An understanding of genetics will be more important as we move into the future, though it can be a difficult topic to understand if you don't have a proper grasp of the fundamentals. Grasping those fundamentals is what this course is all about!