Full Time Law AS
A sound introduction to the law of this country, how it is made, who makes it and who applies it. Also criticisms of the law and possible improvements. 6 units in total.
To take into account
A minimum of 5 GCSE passes at grade *A - C in National Curriculum subjects including English Language.
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- Full Time
Course Level: Level 3 - Further Education equivalent to AS/A2 Level, BTEC National Diploma or NVQ3
Reference Number: QBS3S414/BAFAP
- A sound introduction to the law of this country, how it is made, who makes it and who applies it. Also criticisms of the law and possible improvements. 6 units in total.
What will be covered in the course?
- AS Level Unit 1 Law Making - Where the law comes from (to include Acts of Parliament, Law derived from cases, European Law). The exam consists of 2 essay questions from a choice of 5. Unit 2 Dispute Solving - The different types of courts and the personnel involved (to include civil courts, criminal courts, barristers, solicitors, magistrates and jurors). The exam consists of 2 essay questions from a choice of 5. Unit 3 Liability in Negligence and Crime - a compulsory multi-part question based on imaginary but life-like scenarios. Passing the above 3 units will gain an AS Law qualification A2 Level Unit 4 Crime; fatal and non-fatal offences. Unit 5 Negligence and nuisance. Unit 6 Relationship of law with morality, justice and fault. Passing the above 3 units will gain an A2 Law qualification
Course dates and times
Offered at various times, please contact us for further information.
What qualification(s) can be gained?
A' Level Law with 2 years of study, will be achieved.
How is the course assessed?
Exams can be taken in January and June, in any combination.
- All students between the ages of 16-19 are exempt from paying course and exam fees for this full-time course.
Attendance and additional study hours
- Trips to Magistrates and Crown Courts. You will be expected to do 4 hours of private study a week.
An Interview is required to join this course. Solihull College offers full time and part time courses for businesses and residents in Birmingham, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Coventry Warwickshire and the whole of the West Midlands.
A' Level Law will prepare you for almost any subject at university. Many students will go on to study law at university and then progress to become solicitors or barristers (taking A' Level Law will not prejudice students applying to do law at university).
Full Time Law AS