This course, made up of three qualifications, is suitable for students wanting to work in the or law or public sectors or study at a higher level in law, criminology or psychology.
This course is made up of three qualifications, and on completion will be equivalent to three A Levels and caries the same UCAS points.
It will enable students to use theories of criminality to analyse criminal situations and make recommendations for policy. Students will also explore four key approaches in psychology – social, cognitive, learning and biological – and apply these approaches to issues relevant to contemporary society.
The course also aims to give a basic introduction to study of the legal sector. In addition to specific legal content, the requirements of the qualification will enable students to develop the transferable and higher-order skills that are highly regarded by higher education providers and employers.
Some examples of what you will learn:
Psychological Approaches and Applications
Conducting Psychological Research
Changing Awareness of Crime
Dispute Solving in Civil Law
Investigating Aspects of Criminal Law and the Legal System
Entry Requirements & Interview Process
Entry requirements: 5 x GCSEs at grade 4 or above including GCSE English Language.
Once you have applied, you will be invited to an interview. This is our chance to get to know you and an opportunity for you to ask any questions before you start with us in September.
It will support entry to many higher education courses. The qualification can also support progression to employment directly, or via an apprenticeship.
Criminology, Applied Psychology and Applied Law – Level 3
Calderdale College has a set of standard entry requirements. Apply for the course you want to study and we will help you get there.
There are a lot of courses available – work focused, practical and academic so it is important to think about the future and whether you want to proceed to university, move onto another course or get a job. We offer BTECs, Apprenticeships, T Levels, NVQs, VRQs, Degree Level Courses and more.
If you’re still not sure, don’t worry, just speak to a member of our advice and guidance team who will advise you.