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Town heavyweights launch new conveyancing qualification course

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We are working with Banbury & Bicester College, part of the Activate Learning Group, to develop a professional qualification for those looking to start a career in property law. 

The part-time Council for Licensed Conveyancers qualification will allow those with a law degree to fast-track their entry into the profession.

Law is an extremely competitive sector, and graduates find it increasingly difficult to gain a training contract. The Council for Licensed Conveyancers qualification provides an alternative solution for those keen on improving their legal knowledge and developing their personal career profile. The conveyancing profession brings a varied caseload, infused with problem solving and close work with others to find solutions which suit all parties. It can be intellectually stimulating, whilst providing a real feeling of personal reward, by helping others to realise their dreams.

Available from September 2015 as part of the College’s Professional Management faculty, the qualification is a significant show of commitment by ourselves and Banbury & Bicester College in supporting the local economy and providing support for our next generation of Conveyancers, a profession which traditionally has a small pool of practitioners.

In order to make the course as successful as possible, Brethertons and Banbury & Bicester College are appealing for qualified property solicitors and Licensed Conveyancers to put themselves forward as potential tutors for the course. The course, the final level of the Council for Licensed Conveyancers qualification, will be taught from the College’s Banbury campus. 

If you are, or know of any qualified Conveyancers that might interested in this as a part time development opportunity, please direct them to Lee Jamieson 07969530300 or Lee.Jamieson@banbury-bicester.ac.uk for an informal discussion.

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