Applied Law Level 3 Certificate - City of Wolverhampton College
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Applied Law Level 3 Certificate Study Mode: Full Time   |    Course Level: 3

Are you passionate about discovering how the world of law works? Are you interested in helping justice being

given? Then this is the right course for you!  Applied Law gives an understanding of the role of law in today's society and raises awareness of the rights and responsibilities of individual, an understanding of how and where Laws are made and the roles of people workingwithin law such as lawyers, magistrates and juries.

By learning about legal rules and how and why they apply to real life, this course will allow you to develop youranalytical ability, decision making, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. All these skills are highly sought after at higher education level and by employers.   

This course is ideal if you are interested in a career as a Paralegal, Police Officer, Civil Servant, Probation Officer or Solicitor/Barrister/Legal Executive.

To access this course you are required to have: 

Five or more GCSEs at Grade 4 or above including a 4 in English and maths 

During the course you will study the following modules:

- Dispute Solving in Civil Law

- Investigating Aspects of Criminal Law and the Legal System

- Applying the Law

- Aspects of Family Law

By studying this course you will gain practical skills and knowledge in the following areas:

· Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of precedent, the civil justice system and process and the concept of negligence in English civil law, together with legal skills of research and communication

· Be able to apply knowledge and understanding to examine negligence scenarios and advise clients on the likely outcome of negligence claims, making connections to precedent, courts and appeals, personnel and funding.

· Analyse legal information, demonstrating the ability to interpret the potential impact and influence on future cases

· Explore how statutory rules are made and interpreted

· Examine how legislation is made outside of Parliament

· Explore the various legal personnel involved in a criminal trial

· Apply the key elements of crime and sentencing in non-fatal offence case studies

· Apply the laws relating to both homicide and offences against property together with the law relating to police procedure, using legal terminology and relevant case law and statute law to

illustrate points made and make connections

· Analyse the law relating to homicide, property offences and police procedure, demonstrating the ability to interpret the potential impact, outcome and influence on future cases

· Explore the legal rules governing the formation of marriages, civil partnerships and cohabitation

· Examine the various methods for dissolving a relationship

· Investigate the legal rules governing the distribution of money and property on the breakdown of a relationship

· Examine how the courts resolve disputes over children

You will be assessed through a combination of internal and external assessment:

Dispute Solving in Civil Law - Externally Assessed through examination (worth 25% of overall grade)

Investigating Aspects of Criminal Law and the Legal System- Internally Assessed through assignment

work (worth 25% of overall grade)

Applying the Law - Externally Assessed through examination (worth 33% of overall grade)

Aspects of Family Law - Internally Assessed through assignment work (worth 17% of overall grade)

You can progress to an exciting range of higher level qualifications and related degrees including, Law,

Criminology, Business, International Law or Politics.

This course is ideal if you are interested in a career as a Paralegal, Police Officer, Civil Servant, Probation Officer

or Solicitor/Barrister/Legal Executive.

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Paget Road Campus

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05/09/2022

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Q3094

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