Applied Law (BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma)

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The Diploma covers the concepts of Criminal Law, which includes homicide, non-fatal offences and defences. The Law of Tort will also be explored and covers areas such as negligence, medical negligence and product liability. Family Law is also examined and looks at issues such as divorce and contact orders with children of the family.

Course content

  • Unit 4: Criminal Law
  • Unit 5: The Law of Tort
  • Unit 6: Family Law

Entry Requirements

Student must successfully achieve the Certificate in Applied Law.

Delivery & Assessment methods

The level three Subsidiary Diploma in Law will be assessed by coursework throughout the year. Students are required to complete three mandatory assignments in additio…

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The Diploma covers the concepts of Criminal Law, which includes homicide, non-fatal offences and defences. The Law of Tort will also be explored and covers areas such as negligence, medical negligence and product liability. Family Law is also examined and looks at issues such as divorce and contact orders with children of the family.

Course content

  • Unit 4: Criminal Law
  • Unit 5: The Law of Tort
  • Unit 6: Family Law

Entry Requirements

Student must successfully achieve the Certificate in Applied Law.

Delivery & Assessment methods

The level three Subsidiary Diploma in Law will be assessed by coursework throughout the year. Students are required to complete three mandatory assignments in addition to the Certificate in Applied Law to achieve the qualification.

Progression

University level education or employment.

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