Applied Law BTEC
What is Applied Law all about?
Work-related learning, giving learners an edge and opening the door to higher education or employment in legal or business sectors.
Clear progression routes when taken alongside other courses.
Transferable skills development such as case study research, teamwork and client communication.
Coverage of core legal studies. Mandatory units include civil law, criminal law and application of the law. The optional units available give learners the opportunity to explore contract law, tort, consumer law and family law.
BTEC Nationals in Applied Law are unique qualifications in the legal sector, providing an excellent introduction to law and giving learners an edge when progressing to higher education and employment.
Extended Certificate 360 GLH
Same size as 1 A level Applied General
Total units: 4 3 Mandatory Units PLUS 1 Optional Unit
Written Exams (externally assessed) Learners demonstrate they can apply appropriate knowledge to a work- related challenge in timed conditions.
Assignments (internally assessed) Set and marked by: Centre Verified by: Pearson
Tasks (externally assessed) They are completed in controlled conditions and some tasks have pre-released information. Learners demonstrate how to apply learning to common workplace or HE scenarios.
Future careers linked to this subject:
Learners can progress to higher education courses such as a BA in Law (LLB), an apprenticeship or training routes in the legal sector.
Route Requirements: 5 GCSE’s at a Grade 5 or above