LAPG Certificate in Practice Management
Craig Keenan and Beverley Watkins receive their certificates for completing the course (October 2016). With course tutors (LR) Carol Storer, Matthew Howgate and Vicky Ling
Photo: Robert Aberman
Successfully piloted in 2015, the Certificate in Practice Management combines face-to-face training with online learning and materials to provide an accessible and affordable management training programme for busy lawyers and practice managers.
Download the Brochure for more information: LAPG CPM
‘I would recommend the CPM to other people, especially people who are relatively new to management.’ (Newly qualified solicitor) ‘I really enjoyed it, I thought it was great.’ (Manager with over 10 years’ experience)
Almost 90% of employers said they noticed that their colleague had increased confidence after the course and 100% said their management skills had improved.
The course trainers include: Matthew Howgate, Vicky Ling, Carol Storer, Andrew Otterburn, David Gilmore and Matthew Moore.
The CPM provides 60 hours of specialist training including both active face-to-face sessions and online. The full course fee is £1,400 for members of LAPG and £1,600 for non-members, which covers face-to-face and online course work, printed training materials, two text books, ‘grab and go’ guides, buffet lunches and refreshments.
We’re now concluding the first course of 2016 and have launched our second course, will be in London on the following dates:
Session 1: Financial Management – 13 January 2017
Session 2: Business Planning and Risk Management – 24 February 2017
Session 3: Legal Aid Contracting and Developing Profile – 24 March 2017
Session 4: Managing People – 21 April 2017
NfP Session: Fundraising and Income Generation – Date TBC (NfP participants only)
NEW CONTENT FOR 2016 SPECIFIC TO NFP PROVIDERS
Thanks to the Future Advice Fund for supporting us to develop new NfP-specific content. This is additional content for NfP participants only and is provided at no extra cost. The additional topics may include:
- innovation and new ways of working
- generating income and reducing expenditure
- building partnerships and strengthening existing ties
- strategic planning for advice agencies
- operating structures (charities, CIC’s. companies limited by guarantee etc.)
- performance management in an NfP context
- raising profile through online presence, social media and other marketing techniques
- strategic fundraising
If you would like to discuss the course of book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org.