Professional Skills Course

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By Paul Jones

Why we believe in the traditional approach to Training for the Professional Skills Course (PSC) ...

Why we believe in the traditional approach to Training for the Professional Skills Course (PSC)…

Some of our clients know we provide the Professional Skills Course (PSC) for trainee solicitors – the one that has to be completed before the trainee is able to qualify.

What they may not know is why we do it the way we do.

In person, with groups of trainees.