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Applied Law Level 3 at Woking College

Course description

Develop your knowledge and understanding of the English legal system. Topics covered include the courts and legal personnel, law making, dispute solving and aspects of criminal law. You will analyse aspects of the legal system and apply your knowledge to given scenarios. The course is continually assessed through a range of assignments and there is no exam at the end.

Course content

BTEC Subsidiary Diploma

  • Unit 1: Dispute Solving in the Legal System
  • Unit 2: Understanding Law Making
  • Unit 3: Aspects of Legal Liability
  • Unit 4: Unlawful Homicide & Police Powers
  • Unit 5: Aspects of Property Offences & Police Powers
  • Unit 10: Aspects of Family Law

Entry requirements

Four A*- C grades (or equivalent 4+).

Grade 4+ in English Language is desirable but not essential

Assessment

Coursework = 100%

Future opportunities

Whether you intend to pursue a career in law or you have a passing interest, the pervasiveness of law means that it is a highly valued area of education for all careers.  The discipline and approach developed during the study of law will prepare you for a large variety of careers.  These might include finance, commerce, journalism, politics, civil service, local government, business management, academia and of course, the law.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Woking College directly.

Last updated date: 05 September 2016
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