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 consists of a wide range of lectures, with ample time for question and answer sessions. These lectures are given by eminent practising cosmetic scientists and academics, many of who are recognised internationally within the industry as experts in their field. The course members also participate in a challenging product development exercise. The exercise is carried out by competitive groups of students, is computer controlled and designed to encourage the practical application of the science and formulation principles covered by the lectures. The lectures on any given day will provide information relevant to the evening’s work on the exercise. Additionally, some relevant managerial skills will also be provided, such as team working & project management.
The Principles and Practice of Cosmetic Science course is recognised by the Continuous Professional Development Schemes of both the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Society of Biology.
Lugar: Norfolk Royale Hotel, Bournemouth (Reino Unido)
Más información: en el programa adjunto y en la web de la Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCS)