(LO1) Students will gain an understanding of the nature of pyrotechnology and its importance to human development and of the main theoretical arguments about the interpretation of the current body of evidence.
(LO2) Students will gain a practical grounding in the skills required to identify, analyse and interpret pyrotechnological remains.
(S1) Communication, listening and questioning, respecting others, contributing to discussions
(S2) Global perspectives demonstrate international perspectives as professionals/citizens; locate, discuss, analyse, evaluate information from international sources; consider issues from a variety of cultural perspectives, consider ethical and social responsibility issues in international settings; value diversity of language and culture
(S3) Information literacy online, finding, interpreting, evaluating, managing and sharing information
(S4) Literacy application of literacy, ability to produce clear, structured written work and oral literacy - including listening and questioning
(S5) Numeracy (application of) manipulation of numbers, general mathematical awareness and its application in practical contexts (e.g. measuring, weighing, estimating and applying formulae)
(S6) Problem solving/ critical thinking/ creativity analysing facts and situations and applying creative thinking to develop appropriate solutions.
(S7) Research management developing a research strategy, project planning and delivery, risk management, formulating questions, selecting literature, using primary/secondary/diverse sources, collecting & using data, applying research methods, applying ethics
(S8) Self-management readiness to accept responsibility (i.e. leadership), flexibility, resilience, self-starting, initiative, integrity, willingness to take risks, appropriate assertiveness, time management, readiness to improve own performance based on feedback/reflective learning