We are writing to inform you of our offer on a range of eLearning courses of great benefit particularly to Junior Cycle, Leaving Cert Applied, and Transition Year students.
As an alternative or an addition to LawEd's interactive onsite workshops, our eLearning courses cater to the needs and interests of students and can be easily integrated into wellbeing, careers, transition year or SPHE classes. Our courses have been specially designed to allow for the best learning experience which ensures students stay motivated and focused throughout.
Through our eLearning courses, students get their questions answered such as
What is and isn't legal consent?
What are the laws on cyber bullying?
Can I go to jail for sending explicit images?
What happens if I am arrested as a minor?
What are the consequences for driving without a license?
How many hours/how much pay should I get working a job as a minor?
The Law & You - Junior cycle wellbeing Tailored specifically to the junior cycle, mandatory wellbeing hours, The Law & You allows students to explore and understand their legal rights. Students will learn about:
Consent, sexual relationships & offences
Online privacy and social media- Coco's law, cyberbullying, digital footprint & more
Young people and related offences- assault, self defense, hate crimes & juvenile justice
The Irish legal system- court structure, what is democracy & more
Criminal & civil Law explained
The Law Uncovered- LCA & Transition Years
Designed for senior cycle students, The Law Uncovered sets out to answer the many questions students have about the law and exposing them to a taste of what a law degree could be like at university level. Through this online course students will get an understanding of
The Irish legal system
The Irish court structure
The criminal system
Young people & the Law
The rights of young people
The online world & the Law
Blended Approach- Onsite visits & eLearning
The students we have worked with so far across 190 schools have greatly benefitted from our interactive workshops seamlessly blended together with LawEd's eLearning options. These workshops encourage participation, open conversation and are designed to spark curiosity. For more information on our onsite workshops visit www.lawed.ie or phone 086 8144 369