Law Training Centre policy on admissions:
Law Training Centre’s Admissions Policy covers applications for places on all Law Training Centre programmes. Entry requirements vary according to the programme and level being studied and are available to students at enquiry stage. Law Training Centre follows its own admissions process which aims to ensure that all of its prospective learners have access to their chosen programme of study.
Law Training Centre is a diverse and inclusive legal training organisation, welcoming applicants from all backgrounds and specialising in working with employers and learners in the legal profession, to provide alternative, flexible and affordable pathways to a career in law.
The Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy sets out how Law Training Centre ensures a consistent learning experience for each member of the learner community.
Law Training Centre learner policies:
This policy sets out the terms upon which you access the Virtual Learning Environment through Moodle and other linked systems including Adobe Connect as a registered user.
This policy outlines the expectations of attendance and engagement for all learners.
This policy details how we manage any claims of unacceptable behaviour. All complaints of unacceptable behaviour will be dealt with confidentially, sensitively and Law Training Centre will provide the appropriate support required by individuals who make complaints.
The Cause for Concern Procedure provides clear guidance for staff who are concerned about the wellbeing, health, vulnerability or safety, or behaviour or conduct, of a student where it is impacting their academic engagement.
Law Training Centre commits to promoting freedom of speech and free exchange of ideas throughout its academic and professional delivery so that all learners and staff will become acquainted with new information and ideas from diverse viewpoints.
The aim of the Learner Standard of Conduct Policy is to ensure a positive Learner experience. To achieve this objective, all Learners must adhere to Law Training Centre’s Learner Standard of Conduct Policy.
This procedure applies to all Law Training Centre employees, contracted staff and Learners. Law Training Centre will take all reasonable steps to prevent the occurrence of any malpractice or maladministration in the development, delivery and award of qualifications which it makes available or proposes to make available. Where it has not been possible to prevent this, it is in everyone’s interest to ensure that all cases of suspected or actual malpractice/maladministration are dealt with quickly, thoroughly and effectively.
Law Training Centre is committed to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of all its learners. To that end, we seek to ensure that our organisation, its activities, staffing, and procedures are carefully managed through rigorous application of safeguarding principles that reflect our statutory responsibilities.
Law Training Centre policy on course access:
This policy sets out how Law Training Centre manages Breaks in Learning, as part of our fully flexible approach.
As a provider who caters for those who work and study at the same time, we want to assure Learners that we will consider online course access extensions for those who can demonstrate extenuating circumstances (for example serious personal or medical circumstances which genuinely impact on your ability to complete the course within the course access period).
Law Training Centre recognises the desire for flexibility and mobility of its Learner body and the value this adds to recruitment strategies. In keeping with this desire, Law Training Centre has developed a transfer policy that enables Learners to move between specified courses on attainment of transfer criteria.
Law Training Centre aims to facilitate open access to all qualifications for learners who are eligible for reasonable adjustment and/or special consideration in assessments, without compromising the assessment of the skills, knowledge, understanding or competence being measured.
Law Training Centre policy on complaints and appeals:
If you feel that any of your work has been assessed inaccurately or unfairly by one of your tutors, you may use Law Training Centre Appeals Procedure to have this work reassessed.
This procedure applies to all learners currently studying on programmes offered by Law Training Centre with concerns about the provision and delivery of academic programmes and related services or complaints about a learner’s experience at Law Training Centre, including engagement with academic, professional services and support staff.
Law Training Centre actively seeks and encourages learners to share their views. Our approach aims to create openness, responsiveness, and a sense of partnership through our Student Feedback Policy.
This policy aims to encourage students to report suspected wrongdoing as soon as possible, advise you on how to raise your concerns, and reassure you that genuine concerns can be raised without fear of reprisals.
Law Training Centre terms of reference on governance:
Law Training Centre has an embryonic Governance Structure made up of existing committees and new committees brought together to provide a level of assurance while the company grows.
Value for money (VFM) for individuals aiming to qualify in law is at the core of why Law Training Centre came into existence and is at the heart of our offering to learners.
Law Training Centre policy on data protection:
This Policy covers the management of all Learner data collected, stored and retained for the duration of their learning programme with Law Training Centre.
Law Training Centre policy on cookies:
Law Training Centre Terms & Conditions:
The following Terms and Conditions of Service govern all use of the Law Training Centre website and its e-Learning platform and all digital and printed content, courses, services, and products available at or through the website.
By entering Law Training Centre’s ‘refer a friend’ scheme you are agreeing to these terms and conditions.
The Prize Draw Terms & Conditions refer to our prize draw.
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