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Pitman Training Wembley

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£410 inc VAT
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Study method
Online, self-paced
Qualification
Level 2 Certificate for Legal Secretaries (QCF)
CPD
20 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

You’ll cover topics such as the different organisational structures of a legal office, the UK judicial system, how to organise resources and manage time effectively in a legal environment, the different types of correspondence and much more.

It’s a great choice to not only achieve a prestigious Pitman Training Certificate but also have the opportunity to go on and gain a CILEx/City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Working in the Legal Environment qualification

Qualification

Level 2 Certificate for Legal Secretaries (QCF)

CPD

20 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Standards Office

Description

Course Content

Introduction: includes example letters used in a legal office such as a client care letter, information on the fictitious case study including an organisation chart and the work of a legal secretary.

Module One: Criminal Litigation – documentation includes: Letters relating to Court hearings, Attendance note, Affidavit, Attendance note, Statement of Accused, Brief to Counsel.

Module Two: Family Law – documentation includes: Statement of reconciliation, Statement of arrangement for children, Letter relating to Legal Aid, Application for decree nisi, Answer to petition, Attendance note.

Module Three: Wills and Probate – documentation includes: Draft Will, Engrossed Will, Codicil, Statutory Notice, Estate Accounts, Acknowledgement of legacy, File note.

Module Four: Civil Litigation – documentation includes: Attendance note, Progress chart, Letter before action, Claim form N1, Particulars of Claim, Defence, Certificate of Service, Statement, Bill of costs.

Module Five: Conveyancing – documentation includes: Form K16, Form OS1, Form LLC1, Transfer (Form TR1), Completion Statement

Module Six: Corporate Law – documentation includes: Application to register a company, Articles of Association, Attendance note

Requirements

There are no pre-requisites required for this training programme.

Career path

If you want to become a Legal Secretary, Legal Admin Assistant or Paralegal and understand more about the processes and procedures involved in working within a Legal office this course will give you all the skills you need.

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