Level 3 Criminology
Teaching: Sep 2015
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The Eduqas Level 3 Certificate in Applied Criminology is equips students with knowledge and understanding of criminology, which is relevant to many job roles within the criminal justice sector, social and probation work, as well as sociology and psychology.
Learners can progress to Criminology Level 3 from any study at Level 2, particularly GCSEs in Sociology, Law, Psychology, Citizenship, History and Humanities. The ideal foundation for students progressing to university, Criminology Level 3 contains elements of psychology, law and sociology.
We provide a range of digital resources for both learners and educators, including Level 3 Criminology past papers, guidance for teaching the course, and professional learning events.
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Why Choose Eduqas?
- Knowledge and understanding of the criminal justice system
- Develops an awareness of the different types of crime
- Explores the behaviour and theories behind why people commit crime.
Criminology is the only Applied General Qualification approved in this category on the 2020 Performance Tables.
Criminology is the only Applied General Qualification approved on the 2020 Performance Tables.
The Department for Education (DfE) has confirmed that those qualifications approved for inclusion in the 2020 performance tables will also be included in performance tables for 2021 and 2022. View the 2020 Performance Tables list here.
WJEC/EDUQAS ENDORSED TITLES
|Criminology||978-1-911208-43-3||Carole A Henderson|
|9781838271503||1 April 2021|
|9781838271510||1 April 2021|
WJEC/EDUQAS NON-ENDORSED TITLES
|Criminology:Revision Guide||978-1-911208-96-9||Carole A Henderson, Laura Neasham|
Access a collection of interactive units that bring together a number of elements including general data, exam questions, their marking schemes and examiner comments, which will lead you through a review of exam questions.
Training and Guidance for Summer 2021
WJEC Eduqas has produced Professional Learning training and guidance packs to support the application of marking schemes and grading. These view on-demand materials offer expert instruction from senior Eduqas examiners and include marking exemplar and grading exemplar. These materials aim to:
- develop your understanding in applying the marking schemes
- improve your confidence in awarding marks accurately
- exemplify the characteristics of learner responses at differing levels of achievement
- provide guidance on how to grade learner evidence.
These materials are suitable for all teachers who need guidance in marking and grading this qualification, and Heads of Department who wish to internally moderate their team's marking.
These materials are now available for you to access as many times as you wish from our secure website here.
Upcoming Professional Learning Events
There are no live events currently scheduled for this qualification.
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Materials from previous courses can be found on the Secure website and/or under the Materials tab.
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Level 3 Criminology - Controlled Assessment
Level 3 Criminology - Briefing
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