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Lexcel Consultant Training (October 2022)

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Pre-course meeting: 21 October 2022, 12pm to 1pm
The pre-course meeting will give you an opportunity to meet the presenter and your course colleagues.

Select start to access the welcome page, this is where you will find the link to join the session.

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Day 1: 24 October 2022, 9am to 12.45pm

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Day 2: 25 October 2022, 9am to 1.25pm

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Day 3: 26 October 2022, 9am to 1.20pm

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Day 4: 27 October 2022, 9am to 1.05pm

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Day 5: 28 October 2022, 9am to 1.45pm

Select start to access the welcome page, this is where you will find the link to join the session.

Course Description

Overview

  • 22 hours
  • Intermediate
This online interactive training course provides an in-depth understanding of the Lexcel Standard for legal practices v6.1 and what evidence is required to meet the Standard requirements. The course is for those who wish to be Lexcel Consultants and will explain the roles of a consultant and an assessor and how an independent Lexcel assessment is carried out against the Standard for legal practices.

This course will be delivered over five mornings between 24 October and 28 October 2022.

There will also be an online pre-course meeting on Friday 21 October at 12pm to give delegates the opportunity to meet the presenter and their course colleagues, receive further information on aspects of the course and ask any relevant questions.

An overview of the timetable is below:
  1. Pre-course meeting: 21 October - 12pm to 1pm.
  2. Day 1: 24 October - 9am to 12.45pm.
  3. Day 2: 25 October - 9am to 1.25pm.
  4. Day 3: 26 October - 9am to 1.20pm.
  5. Day 4: 27 October - 9am to 1.05pm.
  6. Day 5: 28 October - 9am to 1.45pm.
There will be additional collaborative offline tasks to be completed during the course outside of the scheduled sessions, so please make sure you allow time in your diaries to complete these.  As all sessions are interactive, timings may vary slightly.

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, delegates will understand:

  • What Lexcel is and the Lexcel cycle.
  • The application and assessment processes.
  • Scheme requirements for each of the seven sections.
  • How to interpret each requirement and how it will be assessed.
  • How an assessor will plan and prepare for an assessment visit.
  • How an assessor will manage onsite and offsite procedures during an assessment.

What this will cover

The emphasis of the course is on the practical application of the Standard, so as well as understanding the Standard requirements, the course will focus upon how those requirements can be met, including the practical steps needed to plan and carry out a Lexcel assessment. This will help consultants to prepare their clients for an assessment.