Level 4 Certificate in Incident, Fraud and Claims Investigation is a 15 credits qualification. It has been designed for learners who wish to progress to study a law degree but may not have the traditional entry qualifications usually required. Learners who complete this qualification can progress to study at several UK Universities and other universities globally.
Although the qualification is primarily intended to support your progression to higher education, the introductory skills, knowledge and understanding that you will gain would be of use in various job roles in a legal setting, such as legal secretary or administrator, including those offered through school/college-leaver traineeships or fast-track programmes.
The Certificate will provide you with a firm grounding in terms of legal knowledge and understanding, alongside the opportunity to develop the academic and research skills you will need on an LLB or BA degree course in law.
With LSBR you will get following advantage in order to study on-line.
- Same Certificate as on-campus students
- Recognised Certificate accepted by universities for Top up with a diploma.
- Assessments via assignment submission
- You study on-line at your own pace
Who is this course for?
This qualification will suit you if you are planning to take a law degree but do not yet have sufficient, relevant attainment at Level 4 to meet the entry requirements for a higher education course.
- There are no formal requirements for specific prior qualifications or levels of attainment.
The legal knowledge, understanding and skills that the Certificate will have helped you develop will also prepare you to progress to a next Level of qualification.
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