QLTS School is pleased to welcome Emily Brazier and Katherine Langley to our OSCE tutors team.
With the substantial growth in the number of students taking our OSCE preparation courses, the need for experienced tutors that are able to provide candidates with genuine feedback on their mock practice stations performance, based on the SRA marking criteria, has risen too.
Emily Brazier is a solicitor and law lecturer who has taught on CILEx Level 3 and 4 Personal Injury and Civil Litigation Apprenticeships. Emily has experience of teaching students via distance learning, delivering online lectures, marking and providing detailed feedback to students. She is a qualified solicitor, specialising in high value, complex injury litigation, including brain injury and fibromyalgia claims. She has also worked in Conveyancing and Financial Miss-Selling Litigation. Emily has experience of mentoring LPC students and school pupils who are interested in a legal career.
Katherine Langley is a barrister (non-practising) and Law Lecturer, who has taught on LLB and PGDL courses, and specialised in Clinical Legal Education over a three-year period. Katherine holds a PgCE Teaching qualification and has experience in teaching, preparing materials and assessing a wide range of law students in a range of modes, including distance learning. Katherine specialises in Criminal Law, Equity, Trusts and Legal Skills (including conferencing, advocacy and drafting). Prior to lecturing, Katherine practised for six years in Immigration and Asylum Law, holding a Level 2 OISC Accreditation. Katherine in her immigration practice advised charitable organisations, solicitors firms and barristers chambers and covered a wide range of Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and some Court of Appeal work, including Judicial Review.
According to past QLTS School’s candidates, mock practice stations with personal tutor feedback is key to success in the OSCE assessments. QLTS School is the only provider that offers you the opportunity to do mock practice stations and get personal tutor feedback.
If you have passed the MCT and are looking to take the OSCE assessment, sign up now for the OSCE preparation course to ensure you are fully prepared for the practical assessment. If you are still in the early stages of the dual-qualification process, we suggest you begin your preparation for the February 2017 MCT exam as soon as possible in order to maximize your prospects of success. Visit our MCT course packages page to learn more about your study options.