All about our Law Vocational 30 Credit course:
You will develop a critical awareness of the changing nature of law in society, as well as being able to analyse and solve problems by applying legal rules. The subject involves you in the research and study of these and numerous other legal problems.
On completion of the course you may choose to go on the higher education, or an apprenticeship in law. You may choose to work in one of the many Government departments, or for local government. The course has been designed to be taken alongside other Level 3 vocational or A Level qualifications.
How is this course assessed?
This course will be assessed through coursework.
What Enrichment activities support this course?
What about careers?
This course leads to careers in Barrister, solicitor, legal executive/para-legal, legal secretary, barristers clerk, police officer, health and safety inspector, civil service, trading standards officer. This is just the short-list of options available to anyone wanting to study law.
Which other courses does this combine well with?
The Level 3 Applied Law goes well with sociology, business studies, psychology, history and other humanities subjects.