ICAEW LW
Law


This certificate level course provides students with an understanding of the principles of English Law.

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • explain the nature of contractual agreements, the agency relationship and the consequences of negligence;
  • understand the legal implications of incorporation, including the roles of shareholders and directors, and the main implications of insolvency law;
  • identify instances of criminal behaviour that may be encountered by professional accountants; and
  • identify other key areas in which the law affects the role and work of the professional accountant.

Method of assessment

The Law module is assessed by a 1.5 hour computer-based exam. The exam consists of 50 questions worth two marks each, covering the areas of the syllabus in accordance with the weightings set out in the specification grid. The questions are presented in the form of multiple choice or multi-part multiple choice.

See ICAEW website for detailed syllabus 

 

Course Information

Each ICAEW Certificate classroom course will comprise an integrated teaching and revision phase culminating in a timed mock exam. It will be offered as a combination of weekday and weekend.

All course materials will be provided, including ICAEW mandatory materials and Vale FT course notes. ICAEW books will be charged separately.

Classroom Course
  • Integrated Teaching and Revision: 3 days
  • Mock: invigilated & marked with feedback

 

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