The Level 3 Applied Certificate and Diploma in Criminology is a qualification with elements of Psychology, Law and Sociology that complements studies in humanities but will be attractive and useful to a range of students.
This is an Applied General qualification. This means it is designed primarily to support learners progressing to university but will also equip leaners with transferrable skills for entry to higher level apprenticeships or employment. It has been designed to offer exciting and interesting experiences that focus learning for 16-19 year-old learners and adult learners through applied learning, i.e. through the acquisition of knowledge and understanding in purposeful contexts linked to the criminal justice system.
The main purpose of the WJEC Level 3 Certificate in Applied Crimonology is to use the qualification to support access to higher education degree courses. these will include combinations of criminology, law, psychology and sociology.
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50% of the units are internally assessed through controlled assessments50% of the units are assessed through external examsThe purpose of the Level 3 Certificate / Diploma in Criminology is to provide learners with an introduction to criminal justice, to give a context for humanities learning and to use the qualification to support access to higher education degree courses.
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