A relatively new name on the legal scene, Law Training Centre is perhaps best known for its Chartered Legal Executive and Licensed Conveyancer courses, as well as its work in helping prepare candidates to sit professional qualifications in conveyance and probate.
The training provider has now entered into the SQE prep course market with a new online offering. Fees for part one start from £2,890 (a £450 discount is available for early sign-ups and a £150 fee reduction is also available to Legal Practice Course and LLB grads). There’s a further £100 discount for Law Training Centre alumni.
SQE2 fees start from £3,390, with the same discounts available as above.
Law Training Centre was co-founded by husband and wife duo Eve and Dino Dullabh in 2015. Eve previously worked as a law lecturer and planning lawyer, while Dino has held a number of directorships both inside and outside the education industry.
As part of the standard SQE packages, students will receive unlimited attendance to workshops, both live and recorded, which run twice a month, as well as access to a virtual learning platform where they can get to grips with both foundation legal knowledge and client care skills.
Candidates will also have access to a personal academic coach, a personal study plan, pre-recorded video lectures and access to tutors (many of whom are lawyers) covering specific practice areas. Law Training Centre will also provide solicitor hopefuls with support materials including flashcards, practice questions and revision guides. It has also teamed up with Oxford University Press to give students access to legal textbooks. In addition, students will have access to Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law online resource.
SQE prep courses through Law Training Centre include 15 months access as standard, giving students up to two exam sittings whilst also taking into account the registration window ahead of the exam. Moreover, it provides a ‘Passplus Guarantee’ which gives students access to training materials and online support for one additional resist, should they require it.