FAQs

Here are some of the most common questions we get about our Transition Year Law Modules. If you have a question that is not covered here please get in touch with us.

All onsite courses are held in classroom / sport halls, which ever suits the school. We work around the days / times that suits the school calendar.

Our maximum number of students to each course depends on the courses itself. The minimum is 15 students to each onsite course.

We have designed the ‘TYL Transition Year Law’ programme to encourage participants to consider a career in the legal field.  The programme is open to students from schools around the country who are currently enrolled in Transition Year. 

Yes, this programme is designed to give you a useful insight into the day-to-day life of a legal practitioner/ member of An Garda Siochana. It provides students with a chance to experience first-hand whether a career in the legal field might be something for you. Students will have the opportunity to ask plenty of questions and to learn how the law is relevant to their daily life.

All our panel members operate fully in accordance with The National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 to 2016 , which provides a statutory basis for the vetting of persons carrying out relevant work with children or vulnerable persons.

Our cost is per student/per attending practitioner-depending on the course;  and each course is slightly different. We also take into consideration the numbers attending the courses. Contact us to discuss more.

On successful completion of the online course each student will receive an individual print and digital Certificate of Achievement. Schools partaking in the course receive a Certificate of Completion upon request. 

We have some courses that are accredited by CPD, these certificates are emailed to the participants within 14 days of course completion. Some of our panellists’ are accredited with CPD points and receive certificates upon request. 

The health and wellbeing of practitioners, staff, students and parents is of utmost importance to us. Our panel members , practitioners and co-ordinators follow all current government guidelines in respect to Covid-19.

When on the school premises, we ensure that all panel members wash their hands and sanitise regularly, wear face coverings at all times and engage in social distancing.