With 40 CPD hours of immigration law training available to choose from, you can stay up to date and claim CPD points easily, conveniently and cost effectively with Free Movement Membership. For a single annual subscription you become a Free Movement Member with access through the paywall to the main blog content, monthly update CPD quizzes, an expanding vault of online skills and legal training courses and the Free Movement discussion forums covering all aspects of immigration law and practice.
And you get 10% off face to face training with HJT Training too!
Only 24 hours to go to the solicitor deadline for 2015! Free Movement online immigration law CPD training is a convenient and cost effective way to meet your CPD requirements. There are over 40 hours of training to choose from and a whole year of access costs as little as £50 +VAT per person for groups of 10 or more. The courses are SRA compliant and accredited by the BSB and OISC. You also gain unrestricted access to paywall content and the Free Movement practitioner forums. Feedback is 99% “excellent” or “good” and you will be joining nearly 1,000 other active members.
Monthly quizzes based on legal content on the main Free Movement blog and the regular Free Movement immigration update podcast. The quizzes are 10 questions long and are multiple choice or true/false. The pass mark is 70% but quizzes can be re-taken. These quizzes alone provide 12 hours CPD per year.
Specially created online courses and key point podcasts on a range of legal skills needed by immigration lawyers. These range from basic appeals preparation (witness statements, skeleton argument and bundle hints and tips) to making urgent injunction applications. These are assessed with short quizzes.
Perfect for beginners, as a refresher or for learning about new areas of immigration practice, the legal courses cover topics including an introduction to immigration law, Zambrano and EU citizenship and Article 8 and the Immigration Rules. Short audio key point podcasts supplement some courses.
With 400 members the Free Movement forum is the place to vent steam or seek help from other immigration lawyers. Forums cover the full range of immigration law subjects and email notifications are available. Please note, no personal legal advice may be sought on the forums.
Why should I sign my firm up?
Whether you are using the old SRA scheme or the new one, you can meet all of your CPD requirements using Free Movement. With expert blog content updated several times weekly and which is now protected by a paywall and a constantly growing vault of 40 CPD hours of immigration law online training available to choose from, all your immigration team members can stay up to date and claim CPD points easily, conveniently and cost effectively with Free Movement Membership.
The paywall-protected Free Movement blog content combined with Free Movement online training is the ideal way for any solicitor or lawyer practicing in immigration law to meet these obligations. The variety of specialist courses covers many aspects of immigration law, including update courses, and the online quizzes offer a fast and convenient way of checking learning outcomes.
You can sign up below as an individual or for group membership for 10 or more people in the same firm or organisation.
Students are eligible for a half price discount for one year on production of proof of student status. Charities may be eligible for a 50% discount. Voluntary campaign groups may be eligible for free access. Contact me for details.
The summer 2014 asylum update was excellent and great guide to recent protection cases.
Really helpful and not as stuffy as the ones I’ve looked at elsewhere. Great tips on those of us who are trying to gauge the things to ask clients and balance this with keeping the bundles to the barest essentials, without over-bloating on facts and relevance.
This was a complex area but very well and thoroughly explained … Good legal summary of the position which I can use in practice.
Extremely detailed notes and guidance and practical examples.
This course is essential for anyone working in this field. The course provides extremely useful guidance and I would wholeheartedly recommend it – I will certainly be ensuring all my team take the course!
A good analysis. Particular good reviewing the appeals provisions when the commencement has just been announced today.
We found the training courses actually more useful than the OISC online modules.
Emma Renshaw, Red Cross
Very useful to have links to relevant forms. Quiz at the end enabled me to check my understanding and result came with feedback as to why my answer(s) were wrong. A pleasurable way to obtain CPD.
I urge all representatives to complete this course. It reminds us that often the evidence of the child concerned can be vital, if managed from day one in the correct way. Well done on providing this course. Superb
Jane Heybroek, barrister
I used this training pack when preparing for a bail hearing for a client facing deportation, and the Judge released him after being refused 3 times! I give you the credit for the confidence and knowledge I used to convince the IJ.