What does the course involve?
An exciting and coherent introduction to study of the legal sector. The National Extended Certificate in Applied Law programme enables you to investigate aspects of criminal law and the legal system, learn how legal disputes are solved and how to apply the law. The programme has been designed to allow you to research, communicate and develop your critical thinking skills so that you can progress into higher education or enter employment directly in the legal sector.
You will study the following units over two years:
Unit 1: Dispute Solving in the Legal System
Unit 2: Investigating Aspects of Criminal Law and the Legal System
Unit 3: Applying the Law
Unit 7: Aspects of Tort
On-going assessment will take place during the year and you will be assessed by directed study, class tests and assessments at key times throughout the year.
Three units are assessed by coursework. One unit is an external exam based on a pre-released case study.
One external exam, available to sit twice each year in January and May. This assessment lasts for 1.5 hours. Learners will be given information on a case study from the exam board one week prior to the assessment.
A minimum of five GCSEs at grade 4 including Maths and English.
The programme allows you to develop your employability skills and many Law students progress into a career within the legal sector gaining an apprenticeship in Law or other related fields. Popular careers include Legal Secretary, Legal Executive or Para Legal.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the college allocate places to students?All applicants will be invited to attend an admissions interview. An offer of a place to study at Cadbury Sixth Form College is made subject to you meeting the College's standard entry grade requirements.
How much does it cost to study at Cadbury Sixth Form College?There are no tuition fees for 16-18 year-olds. Students are asked to pay a £25 book deposit when they enrol at the college, however this is returned at the end of the two years of study when all books and resources have been returned to the college. Some subjects will offer field trips which may impose some additional costs, however these costs will be kept to a minimum and these field trips are not compulsory.
When does enrolment take place?Enrolment takes place from GCSE Results Day. Further details about enrolment and a date/time for your individual appointment will be sent to you in a letter over the summer holiday. Enrolment takes on average 1-2 hours.
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