The SQA/CLC Level 6 Diploma is aimed at those learners who plan to become Registered Conveyancing Technicians in England and Wales.

Students will learn the theoretical and technical knowledge for this occupational area, which is required to be eligable to become a Licensed Conveyancer. During the course, students will study the following three modules:
• Landlord and Tenant
• Conveyancing Law and Practice
• Managing Client and Office Accounts (Conveyancing).

St John's Campus
Part Time
2 years
August 2020
Our teaching staff have both academic and professional legal qualifications, along with industry experience as practitioners in the legal sector.
Whilst experience of working in the legal sector is not essential, many applicants are already employed in this field.
Supplementary to the SQA/CLC subject manuals on which the syllabuses for each module are based, additional reading materials can be found on the relevant part of SQA’s website (www.sqa.org.uk).
All modules are assessed through the completion of examinations at the end of the module.
As this is a professional qualification, the majority of students who enrol on the course will be looking to pursue a career in the legal sector.

After successful completion of our SQA/CLC Level 6 Diploma students become eligible to apply for a licence to practise as a CLC Licensed Conveyancing Practitioner (assuming the designated amount of professional practice has been acquired).
In addition to the fees payable to UCEN Manchester, additional fees are payable to SQA/CLC before SQA will accept entry for an examination. These fees, payable direct to SQA are:
• CLC membership fee
• Examination entry fees (payable in respect of each examination or assessment).

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