BTEC LEVEL 3 IN APPLIED LAW
AIMS OF THE COURSE
To give learners the opportunity to achieve a nationally-recognised Level 3 vocationally-specific qualification in the legal sector.
To give learners the opportunity to develop a range of skills and techniques, personal skills and attitudes essential for successful performance in working life and to allow access to employment opportunities in the legal sector.
The specification is designed to appeal to both full-time learners interested in a career in law, and to those who already have experience of working in the sector.
STRUCTURE AND CONTENT
Certificate In Applied Law (30 credits)
Unit 1: Dispute Solving In The Legal System
Unit 2: Understanding Law Making
Unit 3: Aspects Of Legal Liability
Subsidiary Diploma In Applied Law (60 credits):
Above three units as per the Certificate plus a further three units from modules such as:
Units 1-3 as per the Certificate plus a further three units from modules such as:
Unit 4: Unlawful Homicide And Police Powers
Unit 5: Aspects Of Property Offences And Police Powers
Unit 6: Contract Law
Unit 7: Consumer Law
Unit 8: Aspects Of The Law Of Tort
Unit 9: Aspects Of Employment Law
Unit 10: Aspects Of Family Law
All BTEC Nationals are internally assessed. Learners can achieve a Pass, Merit or Distinction.
WHERE CAN I GO AFTER COMPLETING THIS COURSE?
Enter employment in the legal sector.
Progress onto higher education vocational qualifications such as the Edexcel Level 5 BTEC Higher National in Business (Law).
Progress onto a Foundation Degree in Business and Law.
Progress onto a law honours degree.
- Unit 1: Dispute Solving In The Legal System
- Unit 2: Understanding Law Making
- Unit 3: Aspects Of Legal Liability
- Unit 6: Contract Law
- Unit 7: Consumer Law
- Unit 8: Aspects Of The Law Of Tort
- Unit 9: Aspects Of Employment Law
- Unit 10: Aspects Of Family Law