Our ‘Immigration Adviser Training course’ is in line with the OISC Codes of Standards and Guidance on Competence relating to OISC levels 1, 2 and 3 (spread over 3 days) with reasonable gaps between each level for delegates to absorb and review their course notes before moving onto the next level. You can book each level separately from our ‘face-to-face-courses-booking page’.
Immigration Adviser Training (OISC Level 1)
This is a one day course aimed to provide you with the necessary foundation to Immigration law. The main focus is on the core areas of study as per the OISC Codes of standards and Guidance of Competence at Level 1.
Immigration Adviser Training (OISC Level 2)
Course Contents (Day 2)
This is a one day course aimed at delegates who have already attended Day 1 (OISC Level 1) of the Immigration Adviser Training. The main focus is on the more complex areas, including applications outside of the Immigration Rules in line with the OISC Codes of standards and Guidance on Competence at Level 2.
Immigration Adviser Training (OISC Level 3)
Course Contents (Day 3)
This is a one day course aimed at delegates who have already attended Day 2 (OISC Level 2) of the Immigration Adviser Training. The main focus of this course is on appeals, the practical preparatory steps, procedures and drafting exercises as identified within the OISC Codes of standards and Guidance on Competence at Level 3.
Further information for Delegates: Immigration Adviser Training (OISC levels 1-3)
No advance preparation is required to attend the above courses and all the relevant training material is provided on the day of the training. However, if you intend to attend our level 2 course, then you will be expected to be familiar with the topics studied at level 1. Similarly, if attending level 3 course, you should have attended OISC level 2.
Please note that attendance on training courses does not lead to any exemptions, accreditation or registration with the regulatory body, the OISC. Authorisation to practice as an Immigration Adviser is granted by the OISC subject to you making an application, meeting the necessary criteria and passing the appropriate exam. The procedure to register as an Immigration Adviser, including detailed information on the OISC Codes of Standards and Guidance on Competence is available from the OISC website which is: www.oisc.gov.uk. Our Immigration Adviser Course (OISC levels 1 – 3) is accredited by the CPD Standards Office and Recognised by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner.