BTEC Extended Certificate in Applied Law

Level 3, equivalent to 1 A-Level.

Why should I study this subject?

The BTEC Extended Certificate in Applied Law offers an exciting insight into the English Legal System. It provided an excellent introduction into law and develops the necessary skills needed to progress to Higher Education and employment. Law is both an interesting and challenging subject to undertake.

What will I study?

Dispute solving in the English legal system: civil dispute resolution, enforcement of civil law, how precedent works, application of the law of negligence, damages.

Investing aspects of criminal law: statutory interpretation, legislation, delegated legislation, law reform, European law, legal profession, advice and funding, lay people, elements of a crime, non-fatal offences and sentencing.

Applying the law: fatal offences, property offences, general defences, police powers.

Aspects of tort law: negligence, vicarious liability, occupier’s liability, torts connected to land, defences and remedies, economic loss.

What are the entry requirements?

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