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Today’s Training 2024

Today’s Training has a vast array of training webinars and courses lined up for 2024 and we at Today’s Conveyancer thought we would highlight a few that you might enjoy, as well as some your colleagues might as well.

Don’t forget that Today’s Training has training sessions covering our three publications, Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills and Probate and Today’s Family Lawyer.

We have live webinars and courses, as well as on-demand sessions.

Below are just a handful of webinars you might be interested in joining in January.


Today’s Conveyancer

  • The Tips and Traps of Lease Clauses

The webinar examines key issues that arise when dealing with the clause contained in the lease such as forfeiture and enfranchisement. This course is features Zoe Upson, expert speaker who explores good practice and the lenders requirements. The course will also investigate what options are available for replying to enquiries and protecting client interests. This course is taking place on Tuesday 16th of January, for more information see here:


  • The Building Safety Act 2022

Expert speaker Ian Quayle delivers a 1 hour webinar on the Building Safety Act 2022- Can we Act on a Sale or Purchase? This presentation covers whether the BSA 2022 applies, dealing with documentation, acting for the seller, acting for the landlord and the role of the landlord. This webinar is taking place on Tuesday 23rd of January and is suitable for residential conveyancers of all levels and experience who undertake residential leasehold conveyancing. For more information, please see here:


  • Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff

Ian Quayle delivers one of Today’s Trainings most popular courses, this 12 episode series is taking place weekly from Monday 29th of January. The course provides an in-depth examination of the law and procedure in the residential conveyancing process. The course covers topics from Acting for the seller / buyer, exchanging contracts, completion and completion day problems to residential leases, drafting documents and avoiding negligence claims. This course is not to be missed and is suitable for paralegals, conveyancing support staff and qualified lawyers wanting to retrain in residential conveyancing.


Today’s Wills and Probate

  • How to secure NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding for your Clients

This is a two session webinar series on Monday the 22nd and Wednesday the 31st of January. The course is hosted by Scott Walker and will provide you with an understanding of the requirements of NHS Continuing Healthcare in England and will demonstrate how to challenge an ineligibility decision through the use of a case study:

  • Trusts: From Setting Up to Winding Up.

This is a 5 session mini series hosted by the fantastic Helen Forster started on Wednesday 17th January. This course will provide you with guidance on how to navigate trust management and advise your client. This course is suitable for fee earners.

We will be running more courses in February and for the rest of 2024, for details of our upcoming courses please subscribe to our training mailing list here


Today’s Family Lawyer:

  • An Introduction to Family Law:

This course will enable to delegate to get a better understanding of the processes involved in Family Law, the course will focus on family law cases from instruction to conclusion and will consider topics such as the following: taking instructions and funding, running cases, instructing experts in cases involving children and has a case study application. This course is hosted by Safda Mahmood and will take place for 10 weeks from Tuesday 9th of January.

If you have any questions or queries surrounding Today’s Training, please email Raye Bradley 

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