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IQ Legal Training, a fast growing UK-based training provider for residential and commercial lawyers, has announced that it has entered into a collaboration with Today’s Media, the pre-eminent supplier of private clients news for practitioners, designed to facilitate continuing professional development throughout the legal community.

IQ Legal Training has been working closely with Today’s Media and the aim of this collaboration partnership is to develop educational programmes that elevates knowledge and enhances individuals confidence within the legal sector. This new relationship will amplify service reach and offering by enabling swift responses to changes in the law and fast turnaround of course content. The collaboration will promote use of an online platform hosted by Today’s Media which will provide dynamic learning capabilities through which individuals can enhance their expertise.

The courses will all have extensive course notes available to refer to throughout the sessions and are available as a live event with the opportunity to question expert speakers, and also on demand. You can book on to the live event and if you are unable to attend, you will receive the on-demand session within 48 hours.

Training courses for conveyancers are available now and you can book on here: https://www.todaysconveyancer.co.uk/todays-training/

Ian Quayle, Chief Executive, IQ legal Training, said:

“Having worked with David Opie and his team for a while now it feels right to be developing closer links between our organisations, and of course, as an avid reader of the Today’s Media publications, I am delighted to be associated with this brilliant resource. The aim of the collaboration is to bring new and relevant conveyancing topics to the readership of Today’s Media in the form of accessible information packed 60 minute webinars that can be viewed live or via recordings. Course notes will be provided and time set aside for delegate questions. As time goes by, I hope we can expand the offering to include live face-to-face training events and other opportunities.”

David Opie, Managing Director, Today’s Media, said:

“Ian has been working with Today’s Media as a trainer since the start of the training pilot. We’re keen to develop the programme and we’re excited about the expertise Ian provides to enable us to improve our training offering. Through this joint venture we’ll be able to offer a full range of practical training courses for practitioners.

“The combination of IQ Legal Training’s specialist in-house knowledge, and the platform provided by Today’s Media, will enable delivery of up-to-date information which leverages the flexibility provided by online learning.

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