An Introduction for
Price: £119 (inc VAT)
Duration: 30 days access
Assignment: One multiple choice exam
Conveyancing: An Introduction for Property Professionals
This qualification is an ideal introduction if you’re starting out in your conveyancing career, or if you have an interest in property sales (for example, as a property developer, estate agent or mortgage broker).
You’ll gain an understanding of the role of conveyancers, the basics of property law and the stages of the conveyancing process.
No prior knowledge or qualifications are needed. However, a strong foundation in English and maths will be helpful.
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MOL helps Shoosmiths bring their conveyancing to life
We talk to Vicki Abbott from Shoosmiths Law Firm to find out what it’s like to work in the Conveyancing sector.
Vicki explains that as a result of her team achieving their qualification with MOL, they now understand the “why” behind conveyancing law, resulting in a better and more informed service being delivered to their clients.
What will this conveyancing course cover?
There are four units
An introduction to the conveyancing process, as well as some of the key professionals and organisations you will come across.
A look at why it’s important for property professionals and lay people to know about the conveyancing process and what skills are needed to work in a legal office environment.
This module explains the meaning of ‘title to land’, ‘freehold’ and ‘leasehold’.
Discovering the key steps in the conveyancing process, as well as looking at some of the risks to the job.
A short, multiple-choice exam will assess your understanding of the learning modules.
How will I Learn
You'll access this course via the SQA Academy portal.
The Society of Licenced Conveyancers (SLC) is the professional body that represents the interest of Licensed Conveyancers in England and Wales. We are delighted to offer a 10% discount off our Level 4 and 6 Diplomas in Conveyancing Law and Practice to any student or full member of the SLC.
Terms and conditions apply.