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Become a qualified property professional with MOL’s range of property programmes

We are proud to announce that we are working with the Council for Licensed Conveyancers.

Licensed Conveyancing Courses

We are proud to be the largest provider of nationally recognised Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) Qualifications.

Our Diplomas in Conveyancing Law and Practice are highly regarded in the profession. Taught by industry experts and offering a wealth of study materials and tutor support, we have helped hundreds of legal professionals qualify in property law. Call our programme advisors today on 03452 032 103 to discuss which qualification is right for you.

Conveyancing is an interesting and rewarding route for a career in law. With no property sold without the conveyancing process, there is always going to be a demand for those with the expert knowledge and skills of a licensed conveyancer. Enhancing these skills and your knowledge will increase your desirability to employers.

MOL offers both Level 4 and Level 6 Diplomas in Conveyancing Law and Practice and NEW for November 2021; Conveyancing: An Introduction for Property Professionals. We also provide free access to West Law, a leading global provider of legal, regulatory and business information and analytics as part of your programme to support you through your studying.

These courses offer a route to becoming a licensed practitioner in your field with the Council of Licensed Conveyancers.

Conveyancing Law and Practice

This short course covers an introduction to the conveyancing industry, no knowledge or understanding of conveyancing procedure and practice are required and you do not need to be employed in a legal services role to study.

Perfect for those who want to work towards a career in conveyancing with no previous experience or knowledge of the conveyancing procedure and practice required.

Designed for those who have completed Level 4, this is a course which highly regarded in the industry and meets the professional standard expected of a licensed conveyancer.

Enrolling onto all units of Conveyancing: An Introduction for Property Professionals will provide you with 30 days access to the SQA online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), in order to complete your programme.

Enrolling onto all units of the level 4 and level 6 Diploma will provide you with 2 years access to the MOL online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) in order to complete your programme. For individual or multiple units, 12 months access is provided.

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For more information about our conveyancing qualifications, please complete our enquiry form or call one of our Programme advisors on 03452 032 103

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FACTS & FIGURES

Six

Fully supported online exam sessions per year

Free

Access to West Law and Practical Law

600+

Number of learners who have successfully completed our property law courses

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This means we reinvest our resources to help you the learner, rather than pay dividends to shareholders.