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OISC Level 1 Training Course

OISC Level 1 Training Course

Our OISC Level 1 training course is designed as a two-day, entry-level course, offering participants an introduction into Immigration Advice. In this course, we aim to cover the syllabus at level one, as according to OISC standards.

View the OISC Level 1 course dates below, available in Manchester, Birmingham or London.

(For future dates and queries please contact us on  0333 305 9375 )

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Oisc Level 1 

The aim of the OISC Level 1 training course is to provide participants with a basis of knowledge on Immigration, EU and Asylum law in preparation for the level one assessments with a focus on the OISC’s core requirements.

The course also includes consideration of exam questions and useful exam techniques & tips for the OISC Assessment and the Law Society Accreditation exams, as appropriate.

We provide some of the most extensive immigration law training courses in the UK. This course is ideal for anyone interested in beginning their immigration law training.

  • OISC Level 1 Training Course

    Manchester (Get Address)

    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 7th & 8th January 2020 Start Time: 9:30 am Finish Time: 4:00 pm
    £250 per person

  • OISC Level 1 Training Course

    Birmingham (Get Address)

    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 21st & 22nd January 2020 Start Time: 9:30 am Finish Time: 4:00 pm
    £250 per person

  • OISC Level 1 Training Course

    London (Get Address)

    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 13th & 14th January 2020 Start Time: 9:30 am Finish Time: 4:00 pm
    £250 per person

What is included in the OISC Level 1 Syllabus?

Based on the latest syllabus, published by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner in 2013, the OISC Level 1 Training Course covers the following:

  • Analysis of the structures, terminology, ethical practices and frameworks of immigration law
  • Asylum and protection law
  • European Economic Area (EEA) free movement law
  • British Naturalisation and British Citizenship registration
  • Business immigration law
  • Appeals process and structures of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal

How is the OISC Level 1 exam structured?

The OISC Level 1 exam is structured into two parts:

  • The first part comprises 20 multiple-choice questions. You have 1 hour and 15 minutes to complete this section of your OISC exam. There is only one correct answer for each question.
  • The second part presents different scenario-based questions to be answered within 1 hour and 15 minutes. You should provide answers which are legible and written clearly in plain English.

Detailed instructions on how to complete each section of your OISC Level 1 exam will be provided during the course, to ensure that each candidate is adequately prepared to pass the test.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Delegates are provided with an up-to-date handbook specifically written for the course which refers to relevant sources of law. It includes chapters on:

The handbook can be used as a resource for daily practice and for the open-book OISC assessment tests.

Attendance on our courses provides evidence of practitioners having considered and met their CPD requirements.

Certificates of Attendance are issued which can be included in the practitioner’s CPD record.

Our courses are always up-to-date with the latest legal changes and are suitable for those who are already regulated by OISC or accredited by the Law Society but are looking to refresh their knowledge and keep up to date with the latest developments in the law.

Our Level 1 course is our introductory course. It is suitable for those who are complete beginners and for those who may have some practical experience but have not yet passed their Level 1 assessment.

Our Level 2 course is designed for those who are already in practice at Level 1 and are preparing to take their Level 2 assessment or want to understand more complex casework.

Our Level 3 course is for those who are already regulated at level 2 but are preparing to take their Level 3 assessment or want to understand how to tribunal appeals work.