Professional Development Awards PDAs for paralegals

In Glasgow

Price on request

Description

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    Course

  • Location

    Glasgow (Scotland)

Description

These awards provide specialised Scottish Paralegal training in one of the three areas indicated below. In addition, they are recognised qualifications under the proposed scheme for Law Society of Scotland Registered Paralegals. You study online using the latest web technology with limited attendance required. The awards are fully certified by the Scottish Qualification Authority. They are.

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Glasgow
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Cathedral Street, G1 2TA

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Course programme



Professional Development Awards PDAs for paralegals

KEY FEATURES
These awards provide specialised Scottish Paralegal training in one of the three areas indicated below. In addition, they are recognised qualifications under the proposed scheme for Law Society of Scotland Registered Paralegals. You study online using the latest web technology with limited attendance required. The awards are fully certified by the Scottish Qualification Authority. They are approved by the Law Society of Scotland and Scottish Paralegal Association. Tutor support is provided by the college's experienced law lecturers by email or telephone. Start dates are flexible with each course taking between 8 and 9 months to complete. Each award comprises three Higher National (HN) units providing basic legal skills, in addition to the specialist topics outlined here:

COURSE CONTENT

A selection of core units includes:

PDA Debt Recovery
This incorporates paralegal court practice involving the pursuing and defending of payment, implement and delivery claims in the sheriff court, including appearing in court in small claim cases. Commencing in September, 2010, it includes 480 hours of study and the HN units: Sheriff Court Civil Procedure and Bankruptcy & Diligence. The fee for this course is

£840
.

PDA Conveyancing
This covers the buying, selling and transferring of properties. Commencing in September, 2010, it includes 480 hours of study and the HN units: Conveyancing and Property Law. The fee for this course is

£840
.

PDA Executries
This provides the basis for paralegal chamber work, ingathering and distributing estates. Commencing in September, 2010, it involves 400 hours of study and the HN units: Executry Law & Practice and Accounting & Tax for Executries. The fee for this course is

£700
.

OTHER INFORMATION
A brochure with the full unit details, fees, entry and assessment requirements etc can be obtained from the course leader, Munro McCannell.

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Professional Development Awards PDAs for paralegals

Price on request