BPP named as first provider to deliver Professional Skills Course via Online

The Solicitors Regulation Authority have approved BPP's request to deliver the Professional Skills Course* (PSC) via their Online Learning Live platform.

The Professional Skills Course is mandatory for any aspiring lawyer and is designed to prepare students for real work in a live working environment.

BPP prides itself in providing students with opportunities that will enhance their professional development skills. With this new offering in place, BPP can provide flexible learning options giving students time to set their own pace. This is an extension of BPP's face-to-face learning delivery, which is a key differentiator against other self-study distance learning courses.

The PSC is designed to work around students who can choose from a wide range of modules in locations across the UK. This approach is of benefit to both employers and students who are required to complete 3 core modules and 24 hours of elective study.

Andrew Chadwick, Dean of the Law School at BPP states:

"This decision means that the PSC is the latest course which can use our tried and tested online live classroom facility. The quality of learning and teaching is excellent and the medium gives the learner much more flexibility on location. This is good news"

"It is a great achievement that BPP will be recognised for leading the way in ensuring students can access this course digitally, we will be the first provider to be able to offer ALL 24 hours of electives via Online Classroom Live"

BPP are also experienced training providers in other areas including Accountancy, Tax, Financial Awareness, and insolvency.

*excludes Advocacy & Communication skills & The Financial & Business skills exam which must be completed in the classroom