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Level 3 Programme: A Level and BTEC Courses
Law
AS/A Level
In AS Law, you will learn how the English Legal System works - including the courts - and how our laws are made by Parliament and
by judges. You will also study general principles of criminal liability, including non-fatal offences against the person, and contract law. Throughout the course we will refer to current news stories to illustrate and reinforce the topical relevance of your studies.
For A level Law, you will learn about the nature of law and the
English Legal system. This will provide you with the essential legal knowledge and develop your critical thinking skills which you will use in studying both private (Law of Contract / Tort) and public law (Criminal Law/ Human Rights). In the second year you will also consider the philosophical context of Law – for example, the relationship between Law and morality.
Additional Entry Requirements
Grade 4 in English.
Assessment
All by written exams; no coursework.
Leisure Studies
AS/A Level
In this one or two-year course you will be introduced to the key concepts of the diverse and expanding leisure industry. You will learn about many aspects of leisure, including the key in uences on how we spend our leisure time as well as the running of different types of leisure facilities. In all work, you will have the opportunity to investigate areas of the industry most appropriate to your interests and career plans. Learning will take place through a variety of activities, including discussion groups, individual investigation and research, input from leisure industry organisations, employers and experts as well as educational visits. You will also be responsible for the planning, running and evaluation of a leisure event of your choice.
Additional Entry Requirements
Grade 4 or above in English Language, or at least a Merit grade in BTEC First Diploma in Hospitality.
Assessment
In each of the two years you will study two coursework units and one externally examined unit (with questions relating to a pre-released leisure facility case study).
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