Full Time Law

In Skipton

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Skipton

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

Law is a fascinating and dynamic subject, affecting us all. You need a keen and inquiring mind, a reasonable grasp of current affairs and politics, and a sense of social justice, but you do not need any previous knowledge of law itself. The A Level is a good grounding in the English Legal System and two areas of substantive law. Law is a highly demanding, analytical subject, heavily based on.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Skipton (North Yorkshire)
Gargrave Road, BD23 1UX

Starts

On request

To take into account

A minimum of Grade C in GCSE English, recommend Grade B

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Course programme


Law
Level Three | Aireville Campus | Full-Time

Course Description
Law is a fascinating and dynamic subject, affecting us all. You need a keen and inquiring mind, a reasonable grasp of current affairs and politics, and a sense of social justice, but you do not need any previous knowledge of law itself. The A Level is a good grounding in the English Legal System and two areas of substantive law. Law is a highly demanding, analytical subject, heavily based on the written word. Much of the course is text based · either reading or writing essays. It also helps to have an interest in history, government and politics or philosophy.

Course Content AS Level
  • Module 1: The English Legal System
  • Module 2: Introduction to Criminal Law and Tort
A2 Level
  • Module 3: Substantive Law: Criminal
  • Module 4: Substantive Law: Tort, Concepts of Law (Jurisprudence)


Career Progression
AS to A2 or A2 progression to other AS/A2 levels or Higher Education e.g. HNC/D or BA (Hons) including Law and other Law-related degrees
Employment requiring a Level 3 qualification

Assessment
Examination

Is this course available as evening study? No Suggested Course Combinations
Law could be combined with Accounting, Archaeology, Business Studies, Classical Civilisations, Critical Thinking, English Language, French, German, Geography, Geology, Government and Politics, Applied ICT, Mathematics, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology.

Full Time Law

Price on request