You may have recently heard via The IPKat that the CEIPI EQE training courses in London has begun again. There are still lots of places on the Advanced CEIPI course, which is designed to prepare students who have already passed the EQE pre-exam for the main EQEs in February 2015. If you are in London or can travel to London easily and are hoping to sit the main exams next year, you may wish to consider attending this course.
Stephen Hodsdon, one of the course organisers says: “The CEIPI Advanced course consists of 18 sessions at approximately fortnightly intervals throughout the year. The course is aimed at students who have taken the EQE Pre-Exam and are intending to sit the EQE proper in 2015. Topics include the law of the EPC in the initial stages, culminating in strategy and worked paper sessions on each of the EQE papers. The sessions are interactive and aim to develop the students’ knowledge and appreciation of the EPC, rather than merely memorising facts and cases.
The sessions take place on Monday evenings (5:30-8:30) at the offices of EIP in London and are led by experienced tutors and practitioners including Derk Visser (author of The annotated EPC).
The next session is scheduled for 28 April.“
If you are preparing for the 2015 EQEs or the 2014 UK exams, you may want to check out our “Useful Links” page here for helpful exam preparation resources.
Parminder (Yellow Sheet Editor)