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10 CPD hours / points
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This Conveyancing course is designed for Conveyancers, Lawyers, Property Lawyers, Real Estate Agents, and anyone interested to learn about conveyancing.

Conveyancing is the legal transfer of homeownership from one person to another. Through our conveyancing course, you will learn more about conveyancing, types of conveyances, the difference between a conveyancer and a solicitor, what makes a good conveyance and the key fundamentals of conveyancing. You will furthermore find out what property law is, property law acts, commercial property law, personal property law, intellectual property law, land law, land registry law and land registry updates.

We will also take you through contracts, features of contracts, contract laws, acceptance and termination of laws, stages of residential conveyancing, conveyancing process for buying and selling a property, accounting procedures for conveyancing transactions, and preparing legal documents. To finish it off, we will ensure you know the registration laws, what makes tenants happy, fees and charges for both landlords and tenants, and taxation issues for conveyancers like capital gains tax, income tax relief, and stamp duty land tax.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Get introduced to the key fundamentals of conveyancing
  • Learn what conveyancing is and the different types of conveyancing
  • Familiarise themselves with property law and land registry law
  • Learn about contracts and the features of contracts
  • Know the standard conveyancing transactions for buying and selling a property
  • Display knowledge of preparing legal documents for conveyancing
  • Get familiar with the accounting procedures for conveyancing transactions
  • Be aware of the taxation issues for conveyancers

Key Features of the Conveyancing Course:

Our trusted, high-quality and affordable Conveyancing course trains individuals to become experts in their field.

  • Conveyancing: Instant e-certificate and hard copy dispatch by next working day
  • Conveyancing: Fully online, interactive course with audio voiceover
  • Conveyancing: Developed by qualified professionals in the field
  • Conveyancing: Self-paced learning and laptop, tablet, smartphone-friendly
  • Conveyancing: 24/7 Learning Assistance
  • Conveyancing: Discounts on bulk purchases

*** Additional Gifts ***

Free Coronavirus (COVID-19) Awareness Course

  • Conveyancing: Demonstrate knowledge of how COVID-19 emerged
  • Conveyancing: Understand how COVID-19 spreads
  • Conveyancing: How to prevent it from spreading
  • Conveyancing: Identify the symptoms of COVID-19
  • Conveyancing: Which groups of individuals are most at risk
  • Conveyancing: Comply with government health guidelines
  • Conveyancing: Maintain excellent hygiene
  • Conveyancing: Free E - Certificate included

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10 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

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Course Curriculum

The detailed curriculum outline of our Conveyancing course is as follows:


  • Conveyancing 01: Introduction to Conveyancing
  • Conveyancing 02: Key Conveyancing Fundamentals
  • Conveyancing 03: Property Law & Conveyancing Practice
  • Conveyancing 04: Land Registry Updates and Law
  • Conveyancing 05: Law of Contract
  • Conveyancing 06: Landlord and Tenant
  • Conveyancing 07: Standard Conveyancing Transactions
  • Conveyancing 08: Understanding Accounting Procedures for Conveyancing Transactions
  • Conveyancing 09: Preparing Legal Documents
  • Conveyancing 10: Taxation Issues for Conveyancers

***Conveyancing Course Curriculum Breakdown***

Conveyancing - Module 01: Introduction to Conveyancing

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - What is Conveyancing?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Types of Conveyancing
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - What Makes a Good Conveyancer?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Difference Between a Solicitor and a Conveyancer
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Downsides of Using a Solicitor
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Steps of Conveyancing

Conveyancing - Module 02: Key Conveyancing Fundamentals

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Verification of Identity
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Offer
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Searches and Surveys
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Property Searches
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Activities of the Surveyor
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Stamp Duty
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Cost of Conveyancing Services

Conveyancing - Module 03: Landlord and Tenant

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - General Information for Landlords and Tenants
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Why Landlords Contact Management Companies?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - The Landlord and Property Manager Relationship
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Registering Landlord and Property Details
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - What Makes Tenants Happy?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Talent Application Forms
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Vetting Prospective Tenants
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Guarantors
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Serving Notice and Notice Periods
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Fees and Charges for Tenants & Landlords
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Dealing with Problem Tenants and Other Issues

Conveyancing - Module 04: Land Registry Updates and Law

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Introduction to Land Law
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Registered Land
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Unregistered Land
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Co-ownership
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Lease
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - The Law of Mortgages
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Licences

Conveyancing - Module 05: Law of Contract

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - What is a Contract?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Basis of Contract Laws
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Communication of Offers
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Termination of Offers
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Acceptance of an Offer

Conveyancing - Module 06: Property Law & Conveyancing Practice

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - What is Property Law?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Property Law Acts
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Commercial Property Law
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Personal Property Law
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Intellectual Property Law

Conveyancing - Module 07: Standard Conveyancing Transactions

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Stages of Residential Conveyancing
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Conveyancing Process of Selling a Property
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Conveyancing Process of Buying a Property
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Sales and Other Transactions
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Completion of Contract after Death

Conveyancing - Module 08: Understanding Accounting Procedures for Conveyancing Transactions

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - The Account Code
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Three-Digit Account Code Structure
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Accounts and Bookkeeping
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Recording Basic Transactions
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Mortgages
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - The Conveyancing Transaction
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Value Added Tax
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Completion Statement

Conveyancing - Module 09: Preparing Legal Documents

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Drafting an Agreement to Sell a Registered Title
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - The Implied Promise as to Tile
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - When Do We Need to Alter the Implied Promise as to Title?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Barring Requisitions
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Drafting a Contract for the Sale of an Unregistered Title
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Other Necessary Conditions
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Drafting a Transfer of Registered Title
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Drafting a Conveyance of Unregistered Title

Conveyancing - Module 10: Taxation Issues for Conveyancers

  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Capital Gains Tax
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Income Tax Relief
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - When to Not Pay Capital Gains Tax
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Stamp Duty Land Tax
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - What is Stamp Duty (SDLT)?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - How Much is Stamp Duty in England & N.Ireland?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Do I Have to Pay Stamp Duty as a First Time Buyer?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - How is Stamp Duty Paid?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Stamp Duty Land Tax Form (SDLT1)
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Who submits the SDLT1 Form?
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - How to Check Your Conveyancer Has Filed & Paid Your Stamp Duty
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Doing it Yourself
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Additional Forms
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Pro-Tip
  • Conveyancing: Conveyancing - Stamp Duty Land Tax Reliefs and Exemptions


All of our courses, including this Conveyancing course, are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field.


Once you’ve successfully completed your Conveyancing course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.


At the end of the Conveyancing course, there will be an online assessment, which you will need to pass to complete the course. Answers are marked instantly and automatically, allowing you to know straight away whether you have passed. If you haven’t, there’s no limit on the number of times you can take the final exam. All this is included in the one-time fee you paid for the course itself.

Who is this course for?

Anyone with a knack for learning new skills can take this Conveyancing course. While this comprehensive training is popular for preparing people for job opportunities in the relevant fields, it also helps to advance your career for promotions.



  • Learners do not require any prior knowledge or qualifications to enrol in this Conveyancingcourse.
  • Our flexible learning platform allows you to access the course from:
  1. any device
  2. any time
  3. anywhere
  4. any type of internet connection

Career path

Junior Conveyancer

Senior Conveyancer

Conveyancing Supervisor

Judicial Assistant

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Study method describes the format in which the course will be delivered. At Reed Courses, courses are delivered in a number of ways, including online courses, where the course content can be accessed online remotely, and classroom courses, where courses are delivered in person at a classroom venue.

What are CPD hours/points?

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on Reed Courses, many of which can be completed online.

What is a ‘regulated qualification’?

A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

What is an ‘endorsed’ course?

An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.