Damar Training announces new flexible learning and enrolment on Conveyancing Law qualifications!
Damar Training, the long-established vocational training provider, has announced some exciting new changes to their conveyancing apprenticeships and their standalone Level 4 and Level 6 Diplomas in Conveyancing Law and Practice. Damar has been a provider of the CLC/SQA Diplomas in Conveyancing Law and Practice since January 2017 and continues to make improvements to the courses to benefit their students.
From June, students will be able to enrol throughout the year and start studying individual units at times to suit them and their employers – without having to wait until the next formal intake date. Students will be able to immediately access a library of material to work through at their own pace including course manuals, online materials and pre-recorded webinars but, importantly, also have access to live online tutor-led workshops and class discussion groups. Students studying as part of an apprenticeship also benefit from 1:1 tutor support delivered in the workplace. The changes provide greater control and flexibility for students and employers.
For students who require more support, the CLC/SQA qualifications can be embedded within the new conveyancing technician and licensed conveyancer apprenticeships. For firms looking to develop the skills of existing or new staff, funding reforms make the apprenticeship route increasingly attractive. Here, the Government contributes at least 90% of the cost of training for an apprentice at a smaller firm to become a conveyancing technician or licensed conveyancer. Larger firms can secure 100% funding via their apprenticeship levy.
For more information about the Diplomas and apprenticeships and to register your interest, please visit this webpage. Alternatively, please contact Amanda Harrison at [email protected] or call 0161 480 8171.
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