Trainee CPD

Unleash your potential.

What you get

  • Trainees must undertake 60 hours worth of CPD over 2 years, of which 40 hours must be authorised TCPD
  • Dozens of dedicated face to face seminars and online webinars
  • 50% discount on CCPD events and training
  • CCPD are an authorised TCPD provider with a licence from the Law Society of Scotland. All of our CPD qualifies as authorised TCPD
  • Certificate provided on completion
  • Please contact us directly to discuss package solutions.
  • Your TCPD package

    Choose one of our TCPD packages and make substantial savings on the cost of training throughout your Traineeship. All packages include a guaranteed place on our Mandatory Ethics course.

    We offer three packages:

  • 20 Hour Package - £500+VAT (save £100)
  • 40 Hour Package - £800+VAT (save £400)
  • 60 Hour Package- £1000+VAT (save £800)
  • Fill out the form to purchase your package.

    General Enquiries

    If you have more complex TCPD requirements, or simply want to know more about our TCPD offerings and how they can benefit you or your employees, just contact us and we'll be in touch to discuss your questions and requirements.

    Speaker: Alan Eccles

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    This session aims to cover the key current obligations and how they can be efficiently dealt with in practice, as well as an awareness of and gearing up for changing requirements.

    Speaker: Frances Rooney,
    Lexares LLP

    2pm - 5pm; 3hrs CPD

    Frances Rooney, formerly of Harper Macleod and founding member of Lexares LLP, is a recognised expert on land registration and property law.

    More Info

    CCPD are delighted to be partnering with Lexares for this event.

    Speaker: Douglas Mill

    1:30-5:30pm; 4hrs CPD

    A 4 hr course designed to satisfy LSS Peat 2 requirements, exploring the importance of ethical behaviour, the core values of professional practice, and illustrating the creation and enforcement of ethical issues.

    Speaker: Tim Edward

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    Recent changes to regulations have led to firms and their employees receiving substantial penalties for not adhering to risk and compliance rules.