If you are interested in a career in the legal profession, can demonstrate a responsible attitude with good communication and personal presentation skills and a positive attitude to your study, then this course could be for you.
Government funding available
Twyn Road, Ystrad Mynach, CF82 7XR
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Who is this course for?
If you are
interested in a career in the legal profession, can demonstrate a
responsible attitude with good communication and personal presentation
skills and a positive attitude to your study, then this course could be
What will I learn?
At AS level you will learn
about all aspects of the English and Welsh legal system which will include
courts, jury trial, human rights, criminal law, civil law, European law
and the origins of law.Through formal lecture, debates, discussions, role
play and practice you will undertake theory and practical applications in
respect of a variety of legal scenarios and situations.At A2 level you
will study one specific and inter-related area of the English and Welsh
legal system in depth from a choice of Contract law, Consumer Protection
Legislation, European Law, Human Rights Law and Criminal law. This should
provide you with enough skills and knowledge for the future study of law
and any related subject at ILEX and/or Higher Education.
will assess your work submitted for marking throughout your course until
all aspects of the course are completed.
Assessment will be
through the medium of two formal exams; these exams are external and are
set by the WJEC exam board.
On Completion Achievement /
On successful completion of the AS level course you may
be able to progress onto A2 level or an ILEX course. Successful completion
of the A2 level course will allow you to progress onto a First Degree, HND
or ILEX course.
Course Title: Attendance / Start Date
Level Law: Day Course - 13 Sep 10
AS/A2 Law: Day
Course - 13 Sep 10
AS Level Law: Evening Course - 13 Sep 10
will need the minimum entry requirement of 4 Grade Cs or above at GCSE
level, including English language. In respect of mature students who may
not have attained any formal qualifications, prior experience and
knowledge can be taken into consideration. Students wishing to take this
subject as part of the full-time provision should complete a college
application form on receipt of which we will invite you to the college for
an informal interview where you will have the opportunity to talk with the
tutors. You will also take a literacy and numeracy
If you wish to take this course on a part-time day or evening basis,
please attend one of the enrolment sessions advertised on our website.