Law is a system of rules usually enforced though a series of institutions. The CAPE Law Syllabus assists persons who wish to embark on further study and training for entry into the legal profession, it also addresses the needs of other persons engaged in occupations which require some knowledge of the law, such as clerks, paralegals, administrators, managers, the police and other public officers. It serves to inform persons of their rights and obligations, and to inculcate in them certain positive values, which are necessary in a civilised society.
Candidate MUST have Five (5) subjects at CXC General Proficiency including English, History or Literature.
AWARDS OF DEGREES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES
Students are required to pass all three modules of EACH course taken. A minimum of two 2-Unit courses must be taken in order to qualify for CFBC certification.
A single Certificate is provided for each examination sitting. Note well: CAPE certification does not qualify students for CFBC graduation.
To qualify for the CAPE Diploma, six CAPE Units must be successfully completed (with passes at grades I to V), including Caribbean Studies. Units for the CAPE Diploma are typically acquired over a two year period but may be acquired over a maximum period of five years.
|Communication Studies||Caribbean Studies||Integrated Maths|
|COMM1001 Module 1 - Gathering and Processing Information
COMM1002 Module 2 - Language and Community
COMM1003 Module 3 - Speaking and Writing
|CCST1181 Module 1 - Caribbean Society and Culture
CCST1182 Module 2 - Issues in Caribbean Development
CCST1183 Module 3 - Investigating Issues in the Caribbean
|CMTH1331 Module 1 - Foundations of Mathematics
CMTH1332 Module 2 - Statistics
CMTH1333 Module 3 - Calculus
Law Unit 1
CLAW1101 Module 1: Caribbean Legal Systems
CLAW1102 Module 2: Principles of Public Law
CLAW1103 Module 3: Criminal Law
Law Unit 2
CLAW2101 Module 1: Law of Tort
CLAW2102 Module 2: Law of Contract
CLAW2103 Module 3: Real Property