Law BTEC Level 3 at Temple Moor High School
The BTEC Nationals in Applied Law have been developed within the business and legal sectors to provide opportunities for full-time learners to gain a Nationally recognised vocationally-specific
qualification to enter employment in the legal sector or to
progress to higher education vocational qualifications such as the Edexcel Level 5 BTEC Higher National in Business (Law) or a
Foundation Degree in Business and Law or on to a Law honours degree.
Year 1—Students will develop their knowledge and
understanding of the English legal system. This includes
exploring the sources of law in England and Wales,
introducing substantive law and application in criminal and civil law.
Year 2—Students focus on the application of law in
Criminal law with property offences and fatal offences, including Police powers. Students study one type of
private law either family law or tort law and apply their knowledge to scenarios.
The study of Law helps develop the student’s
analytical ability and critical thinking. It also develops
problem solving skills through the application of legal
rules. Studying BTEC Applied Law provides a useful
background for further study of law either as a profession
or at university.
5 GCSE’s at Grade 4 or above (English Language at 4).
All six units will be assessed by assignments internally with
assignments varying from reports to group presentations.
· Pathways to Law
· LLB Law at University
· Legal Personnel—Barrister or Solicitor
How to apply
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