iq legal training limited is delighted to be able to present a series of three one hour webinars designed for the busy local authority property lawyers.
About Ian Quayle
Ian has delivered over 1500 training courses (all property related) for city and regional firms, local law societies, and local authorities. His style and delivery is relaxed but he is able to explain the law and practical issues relating to the training topic in a way that ensures delegates learn or reinforce learning and derive meaningful benefit from the training provided. Feedback is always positive.
Training has been provided via in house courses, public courses, and conferences. In addition, Ian is prolific in his delivery of webinars on conveyancing related issues for a number of training providers.
In addition, Ian has delivered live and pre-recorded webinars nationally and internationally for both of the leading legal training providers and continues to do so.
Unusually Ian is able to deliver training in both the commercial and residential property fields generating courses on a myriad of topics some of which are of general application and others more specialist and focused. Further courses can be designed to meet the needs of firms rather than being forced to choose from a standard course.
In addition to training courses for qualified staff Ian has devised a number of training courses aimed at support staff.
Series 2 Land Registration Issues
Each webinar lasts for one hour and includes the provision of extensive notes with time being allowed for questions. The webinars are aimed at all local authority lawyers dealing with commercial property, residential property and property litigators at all levels.
Webinars are recorded and delegates are given access to recordings if they cannot attend.
Notices and Restrictions Wednesday 4.11.20 at 2pm
Boundary Issues and Adverse Possession Wednesday 11.20 at 2pm
Land Registration and Leases Thursday 19.11.20 at 2pm
The cost of for attending the series of three webinars will be £100.00 plus VAT which enables two delegates from each local authority to attend.