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Access to Law
Week 1
Design Research
4 videos, 1 reading
Video: The Interaction Design Specialization
20 m
Video: Introducing Elizabeth Gerber
40 m
Video: Who, What, Where, When and How People Work
35 m
Video: Michael Chapman of IDEO on Interviewing
20 m
Reading: Slides
30 m
Graded: Final Quiz: Design Research
5 Questions
Week 2
Ideation
2 videos
Video: The Interaction Design Specialization
20 m
Video: Introducing Elizabeth Gerber
40 m
Graded: Cumulative Quiz
4 Questions
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Access to Law

Access to Law

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£2000

About this course

Who is this course for?

If you are looking to gain knowledge in a variety of Law related subjects and intend to progress onto higher education, then this is the ideal course for you.

Access courses are designed for those who have been out of education for period of time, or those who have recently completed secondary school but did not gain any Level 3 qualifications.

You should also apply if you gained a Level 2 qualification in a related subject at a college.

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for an Access Diploma but you do need to be aged 19 or over to be eligible for this course.
You will be required to take an electronic assessment in both English (literacy) and Mathematics (numeracy). You will then be interviewed by a member of our teaching team, who will make a decision on your suitability for the course. This will be based on the results of your assessments and your answers to the questions posed during the interview.

What will I study?

The Access Diploma consists of 60 credits at Level 3.

To gain the qualification you need to pass all of the following units:

  1. Law of Contract
  2. Law of Tort
  3. Criminal Law
  4. The English Legal System
  5. The Courts of Law
  6. Human Resources Management
  7. Leadership
  8. Self-Assessment and Personal Tutorial
  9. Academic Writing
  10. Examination Skills
  11. Communication – Speaking and Listening
  12. Research Project – Methodology

How will I be assessed?

Learners are assessed using a variety of methods, including:

Group work
Presentations
Role play
Written exams
Written assignments
Computer-based exams

What can I do after the course?

The majority of students graduating from this Access Diploma progress to a Law Degree (LLB) at university. The College also offers a 2 year HND in Business (Law). Your Personal Tutor will make you aware of these options, as well as the various university degrees on offer in London and the rest of the UK.

Course Curriculum

This course is a collection of short Photoshop and Illustrator projects and creative effects that can be completed in ten minutes or less. The series is taught by computer graphics guru Deke McClelland, and presented in his signature step-by-step style.

Week 1
Design Research

Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

4 videos, 1 reading
Video: The Interaction Design Specialization
20 m
Video: Introducing Elizabeth Gerber
40 m
Video: Who, What, Where, When and How People Work
35 m
Video: Michael Chapman of IDEO on Interviewing
20 m
Reading: Slides
30 m
Graded: Final Quiz: Design Research
5 Questions
Week 2
Ideation

Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

2 videos
Video: The Interaction Design Specialization
20 m
Video: Introducing Elizabeth Gerber
40 m
Graded: Cumulative Quiz
4 Questions

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