Professional Development (CPD) – Solicitor’s Professional Development working towards the SRA’s Competency Statement.
SRA Competency – All of our courses advertised below will satisfy Part B (Legal Technical Practice) of the SRA Competency Statement.
So why choose Sills & Betteridge LLP for your Professional Development?
1. We employ a range of quality speakers who specialise in different areas of law to deliver high quality training to our delegates;
2. We offer quality training in the Lincolnshire area which saves local solicitors’ firms money on travel expenses;
3. We offer training at a reduced cost and offer discounts for group bookings;
4. Our course materials are written by our speakers, are tailored to each individual course, and are updated before the course to ensure that the delegates are receiving the most up to date information; and
5. Interaction between delegates and speakers is encouraged to help understanding.
How will you record your continuing competence?
You will be provided with a certificate at the end of each course. On the reverse of the certificate you will be able to reflect on your learning activity and record your tangible outcomes which can be retained and produced at a later stage as evidence of your continuing competence.
How do I book?
Public Children Law: 2019 Update
14 October @ 1:00 pm - 4:45 pm£89
Intermediate/Advanced Level – Competence – B – Technical Legal Practice.
The course will encompass a comprehensive look at the key case law and legislative developments across aspects of public children law and adoption. Changes brought about through the Family Procedure Rules, Children and Families Act, and the Public Law Protocol will be considered. This will be an interactive seminar with plenty of opportunity to ask questions and to analyse key themes and case law throughout the day. Some of the key areas to be covered will be:
- Emergency Orders
- Interim Care and Removal
- Contact and Assessments
- Fostering and Processes
- Instructing Experts
- Public Funding Update
- Placement Orders and Special Guardianship
- Revoking Placement Orders
- Leave to Oppose Adoption Orders
- Case Law Update throughout 2019