Democracy and the Law in Britain Today

In this course we will be exploring the 5 strands that make up “British Values”. You will gain a better understanding of where our government and legal system have come from, how they work and how we as citizens can take part and make a contribution. 

Dates options: 18/05/22-22/06/22 Time: 10:30-12:30
Course: Democracy and the Law in Britain Today Tutor: Anya
Days of the week: Wednesday Number of sessions: 5
Location: Online via Zoom Places available: Yes
Admin fee: £35 Course fee: Free
Dates options: 18/05/22-22/06/22 Time: 10:30-12:30
Course: Democracy and the Law in Britain Today Tutor: Anya
Days of the week: Wednesday Number of sessions: 5
Location: Online via Zoom Places available: Yes
Admin fee: £35 Course fee: Free
Dates options: 18/05/22-22/06/22 Time: 10:30-12:30
Course: Democracy and the Law in Britain Today/td> Tutor: Anya
Days of the week: Wednesday Number of sessions: 5
Location: Online via Zoom Places available: Yes
Admin fee: £35 Course fee: Free

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What you will learn 

This accredited Citizenship course introduces learners to the democratic process in the UK. It considers the national decision-making processes and it shows how learners can become involved as citizens. Learners will identify how politics leads and influences parts of the economy, and the interdependencies of taxation and state-provided services. The final part of the unit covers legal responsibilities, including the safeguarding of human rights, law administration and enforcement. The aims of the qualification are to enable learners: 
1. To understand the political systems in the UK 
2. To understand the role of the Government in public spending 
3. To understand the justice system 

Entry requirements 

Assessed English language skill at a level below the course level.