• Law and Legal Work
You will investigate the people involved in the legal system and there conduct, inclusive of the police and the powers they hold. You will then go on to look at the trial processes in both criminal and civil cases and mistrial processes.
You will be given an insight in to what drives someone to crime. Is it there upbringing or is it there biology? Do they have a choice? You will also be learning about what happens to them once they are caught including sentencing and punishment.
Upon completion of this you will have a chance to experience how a crime is solved including evidence processing, offender profiling and eyewitness testimony.
Minimum entry requirements:
• Five GCSEs at Grade 2 or above.
If you have not yet gained Grade 4 in English and/or Maths, this will form part of your programme.
Functional skills, London Dungeons, Sociology Conference and Houses of Parliament
• Study skills
• Communication – oral and written
• Essay writing
• Exam skills
• Understanding of society including the importance of equality and diversity
Likely next step opportunities:
• You must achieve a Pass in BTEC work and also C grades in you other areas to progress to the next level. Subjects you may take at Level 3 could include; Sociology, Ancient History, History, Law, Criminology, Philosophy, Religion and Ethics, Psychology and Anthropology.
Please note: This course is not an automatic route to Level 3, but may be used as an indicator as to your future suitability to a Level 3 programme.
One controlled assessment and the rest is coursework.
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Level 2 Courses
For courses at this level, you will normally need to have achieved at least five GCSEs at grade 2 and, in most cases, two grade 3’s.
If you want to gain Level 2 qualifications in order to go into work or training, or on to further courses it is very important to have the vital qualifications of GCSE English and Maths.
Developing your skills in those three areas will form part of your Level 2 programme and you will need to complete these successfully, alongside your main courses, in order to progress to advanced study.