CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Law & Legal Practice

Course Name: CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Law and Legal Practice
Course Code: POS3CAL002
Location / Venue: Oswestry Campus
Start Date: 09-Jan-18
Days: Tuesday 
Times: 6:00pm-9:00pm
Weeks: 21
Course Fee: £1265

North Shropshire College are proud to be offering the Level 3 Certificate / Professional Diploma in Law and Practice, in association with the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).

CILEx is a professional association which represents 20,000 members, from Chartered Legal Executives to Paralegals. Founded in 1892, and incorporated by Royal Charter in 2012, in the past 25 years over 95,000 people have chosen CILEx qualifications to enhance their career prospects.

·        The College will run the course on a part-time basis. This will allow people who are already in employment the opportunity to attend the course.
·        In the first year learners will complete the Level 3 Certificate comprising 5 units.
·        The course is externally examined (in January & June) and all learners must become members of CILEx (fee applicable).
The Level 3 Certificate consists of 5 study units, including mandatory units, selected by the College from a suite of 19.
The Level 3 Certificate in Law and Legal Practice is ideal for those with A Levels or a non-law degree, or for paralegals or legal support staff wishing to take on a file-handling role in a specific area of legal practice. This qualification recognises the growing number of students who are either interested in a short but rounded introduction to law and practice, or who have a specific learning requirement within an area of law and legal practice.
·        Level 3 Certificate – CILEx Student Membership.
·        Level 2 qualification or equivalent Literacy & Numeracy; e.g. GCSE, O Level, Functional Skills.
·        Evidence of prior study at Level 3 or above (e.g. A Level / BTEC), or relevant employment experience.

CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Law & Legal Practice
£900 approx per year, CILEx membership (inc. first registration fee), Assessment costs (approx. £320). Please note the fees for 2016/17 have not yet been finalised.


Please feel free to contact the College should you have any further questions. Ask for Faye Edwards.

Telephone: 01691 688000


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