THE LEADING EDGE OF LEGAL LEARNING
Preparing for the SQE
The College will offer highly flexible and focused full-time and part-time preparation training for both SQE1 and SQE2 from summer 2021. It is intended that our full-time SQE1 preparation course will run from August 2021 to prepare learners for the first SQE1 examination scheduled for November 2021.
Our first full-time SQE2 preparation course will run from December 2021. The SQE preparation courses will also contribute to learners obtaining an LLM in Legal Practice, when they take a selection of practice focused transactional and skills modules from our ‘Developing Legal Professionals’ suite of modules.
The training is based on personalised supervision and learning, supported by a highly interactive digital learning portal. The full details of our course offering will be announced in early 2021. The SQE training courses are currently in development to ensure the online learning delivery is put through rigorous piloting and testing ahead of the courses being offered in 2021.
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The SQE preparation training forms part of a complete package of learning that the College is putting together to ensure that aspiring and qualified solicitors are fully prepared for professional practice.
The College team brings together UK and global expertise to design and deliver these programmes. Dr Giles Proctor, CEO, and Ralph Denny, Head of Curriculum Design and Development, bring considerable Law School experience to the team from working at Kaplan, the University of Law, and Roehampton Law School. They head up a team of experienced designers and practitioners and are ably supported by Australia’s College of Law. The College of Law is the largest provider of practical legal training in Australia and New Zealand. It has been delivering digital legal learning since 1974 and thousands of lawyers have qualified with the College since then. Its teaching and learning ethos are based on the foundations of personalised learning, with students given direct access to practicing lawyers for supervision and developing their skills and competencies one to one with these supervisor practitioners.