PSC Course fees

  • Raphael Jucobin
  • Tuesday 07th December
  • 1 min read

As you’re likely to be doing the Professional Skills Course at some point during your training contract - that is, after the LPC - the likelihood is that your employer will take on the costs of the training course, so you won’t have anything to worry about in terms of finances. It will be a 12-day session that’s integrated into your training contract, or other similar legal work experience period.

This is the same arrangement as the sponsorship of the GDL or LPC, with funding for training courses being a part of your placement. On the other hand, you could also choose to take on individual modules when you want at other points in your training.

What are the specific costs?

The University of Law’s fees will depend on the combination that you’d like to take, as well whether you’re taking the full course or only select modules to complete it. For the core modules, this will amount to £1,175, while adding the four required electives to this will take the cost to £1,435. In addition, packages involving Higher rights of Audience training take this figure to £1,895, rising to £2,295 with the assessment included. 

As a provider, it allows for flexibility in the modules you choose, as individual elective modules can be picked at £235 each, with the core subjects at a slightly higher rate: Advocacy and Communications for £550, Financial and Business skills for £465, while Client Care and Professional Standards has both of its training days at £190 each. 

This means that beyond the fast-track 12-day course, you can also take the approach of studying different modules one-by-one over the course of your qualification. You should also bear in mind that these fees do not include VAT, which would be added on.

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