NALP (the National Association of Licensed Paralegals) is delighted to announced that their courses will now be available at seven more colleges across the UK. This will provide paralegal students with more options when it comes to where to study and what method of study works best for them.

For those looking to take their first steps to becoming a paralegal, or enhancing their career prospects, they need to choose a training centre with which to complete their NALP qualification. NALP training centres offer taster and CPD courses right through to full postgraduate qualifications.

NALP is an awarding organisation regulated by Ofqual (the regulator of qualifications in England) and through NALP Centres (Colleges and Training organisations) offers recognised qualifications.

Each of the following colleges will be offering NALP’s Level 3 Certificate in Paralegal Practice, which is the entry level qualification for paralegals. The course is perfect for those looking to become a paralegal and those with some paralegal experience who are seeking to progress their career in the legal sector or within a variety of other industries. The NALP qualification gives students a good grounding in law. It covers four units relating to Introduction to Law including Contract and Tort Law, Legal Ethics and Responsibilities, Civil Litigation and Criminal Litigation. https://www.nationalparalegals.co.uk/training-centres/

The new colleges offering NALP’s Level 3 Certificate in Paralegal Practice are:

Guildford College (Stoke Road, GU1 1EZ)
Study Method: Online and On Campus

City of Oxford College (Oxford City Centre Campus, OX1 1SA)
Study Method: Online and On Campus

Bracknell and Wokingham College (Church Road, RG12 1DJ)
Study Method: Online and On Campus

Professional and Vocational Law Training (Chambers Business Centre, Oldham, OL8 4QQ)
Study Method: Online and On Campus

Leicester College
Study Method – On Campus mainly but may have elements of online teaching

South Thames College (Kingston Hall Road, KT1 2AQ)
Study Method: On Campus – Part time evening

Walsall College (Wisemore Campus, WS2 8ES)
Study Method: Online and On Campus

Manchester College (St Johns Campus, M3 3BE)
Manchester College is offering NALP’s Level 3 Diploma in Paralegal Practice. This is ideal for those looking to become a paralegal or who seek to expand their knowledge of the English legal system and provides a pathway for learners to progress to NALP’s Level 4 Diploma in Paralegal Studies.
Study Method: On Campus

Amanda Hamilton, Chief Executive of NALP said, “We have been giving people access to Ofqual-recognised paralegal qualifications since 2009 and are delighted to be extending that opportunity to people across the country with the new colleges that are coming on board. Paralegals have an increasingly important role to play in the legal system, as well as within other organisations, and it is a genuinely great choice for people looking for a career in law, who may not have the time or finances to go down the traditional routes to becoming a solicitor or barrister. We are very much looking forward to working with these colleges and the new paralegal students!”

For more information see: https://www.nationalparalegals.co.uk/training-centres/

ABOUT NALP
The National Association of Licensed Paralegals (NALP) is a non-profit Membership Body and the only paralegal body that is recognised as an awarding organisation by Ofqual (the regulator of qualifications in England). Through its Centres around the country, accredited and recognised professional paralegal qualifications are offered for those looking for a career as a paralegal professional.

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