The Conveyancing Quality Scheme - A Survival Guide for Demonstrating Compliance
Changes to the CQS standard from May 2019 have seen the introduction of both desk based and onsite assessments.
Practices will be selected for assessment both reactively and through random selection.
The assessment will be both technical and qualitative and will require CQS accredited firms to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the CQS scheme throughout the practice, including the ability to evidence the Core Practice Management Standards and the Conveyancing Protocol through their conduct of conveyancing files so it is important to get this right.
This course is specifically designed for firms who are both CQS accredited and those firms who are currently working towards attaining accreditation.
The seminar is aimed at Heads of Conveyancing, SROs and those charged with preparing the conveyancing department for assessment and will equip you with the in depth practical and technical expertise needed to successfully and swiftly implement policies and procedures to enable you to survive the assessment.
The presenter, Tracy Thompson, who is appointed CQS Lead Assessor, will provide guidance to interpret the requirements of the standard whilst gaining practical experience of how to develop and implement those requirements.
What You Will Learn
The course will look in detail at the following:
- Changes to the CQS scheme
- Key requirements of the Core Practice Management Standard (CPMS)
- Implementing the required policies and procedures of CQS within your practice
- Key areas of the Law Society Conveyancing Protocol (in force from 19 August 2019)
- Demonstrating compliance with the standard
- Common assessment issues
- The assessment process
- Assessment outcomes
- CQS overlap with other Quality Standards
10:00am - 4:30pm
10:00am - 4:30pm
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