Questions

  1. Who are your courses available to?
  2. Which forms of payment do you accept?
  3. How much do you charge?
  4. How many points are you going to charge me for?
  5. Is there a difference between points and hours?
  6. Can you publish a course on .... ?
  7. Will you publish my course?
  8. Why didn't you reply to my email?
  9. Who do I complain to?

Answers

  1. Who are your courses available to?

    Our CPD courses are available to everybody.

    CPD Online is a service provided by Lawyers Online Ltd who are duly accredited by the Law Society of England and Wales to provide Continuing Professional Development courses by means of the Internet.

    If you are not able to use the points awarded by the Law Society you won't be able to claim credit for the time taken to perform the course. However you may be allowed to claim the hours as unaccredited CPD. Please seek further advice from your professional society.

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  2. Which forms of payment do you accept?

    We can accept the following forms of payment:

    • Visa
    • Visa Debit
    • Mastercard
    • PayPal

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  3. How much do you charge?

    We charge £ 20.00 per CPD point issued + VAT.

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  4. How many points are you going to charge me for?

    Each course which you complete provides a set number of points, which you are entited to only after completing the online questionnaire. You are informed of the points value of the course before you start.

    If you wish to know how many points you're currently entitled to, please contact us.

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  5. Is there a difference between points and hours?

    No difference. One CPD Point is equivalent to one CPD Hour.

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  6. Can you publish a course on .... ?

    Yes.

    We are accredited to provide courses by means of the Internet. Although we keep our courses relevant to the legal profession, we do not have any limits imposed on which subject matters we cover here.

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  7. Will you publish my course?

    Yes.

    If you have a course, or want to create a course, which you believe may benefit solicitors and barristers please contact us.

    We'll be happy to review, approve and publish your course. In return you'll receive a portion of the revenue.

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  8. Why didn't you reply to my email?

    Please phone us for an explanation.

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  9. Who do I complain to?

    Please use our contact details pages available on this site (via the menu), and our sister site http://www.lawyersonline.co.uk/.

    If after contacting us you need to complain to a third party please see our Complaints Procedure page for details. This page can be found at http://www.lawyersonline.co.uk/complaints.

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