We offer ‘online’ OISC courses at level 1, 2 and 3 for those delegates who wish to study from home by distance learning or can’t take time off from work. Whatever the reason, our online courses provide you with the solution to your training needs and circumstances.
With our online courses, you can study from anywhere in the world with internet access. You can study as little as 20 minutes a day or a few hours a day/week – it really depends on your own personal circumstances.
You will have access to your chosen courses (including online tests) 24 hours a day. Hence, you can study during your own free time, such as during lunch breaks, on the train etc and really utilise your time wisely.
You will be given up-to 3 months to complete each course from your enrolment date. You don’t have to take that long to complete the courses, but it gives you the peace of mind to be able to control the pace if you have to take a break from your studies due to personal or work reasons.
OISC Level 1 (Recommended for Beginners)
Our Online OISC Level 1 course is designed to get those with little or no prior work experience in the immigration field up to the level of competence required by the OISC Code of Standards at Level 1. The course also provides an insight into sources of immigration law and covers both business and non- business immigration topics in an easy to follow format.
In order to receive your course completion certificate (sent via email), you will be required to sit an online test (multiple choice) to demonstrate your knowledge. You will be allowed up-to 3 re-sits to pass the assessment. This a 2 hour timed assessment, open book and consists of 30 questions of which 21 has to be answered correctly.
The course covers the following topics: Right of Abode, Entry Clearance procedures, immigration applications relating to Spouses, Unmarried Partners, Civil Partners, Children and Other relatives; European Law, Asylum law, Human Rights law , British Nationality Law, Points Based System (PBS)- Tier 1 (Highly Skilled), PBS – Tier 2 (skilled workers), PBS – Tier 4 (Students), PBS – Tier 5 (Temporary workers), Visitors, UK Ancestry Rule and other Immigration Categories.
OISC Level 1 (with Feedback & Support)
Our Online OISC Level 1 course (with Feedback & Support) covers the same topics as above and is also designed to get those with little or no prior work experience in the immigration field up to the level of competence required by the OISC Code of Standards at Level 1.
This course goes in to a little bit more depth than the standard OISC Level 1 course and contains an assessment test at the end of each module (12 assessments in total / 1 assessment per month). Assessments contain a combination of multiple choice questions and scenario based questions.
Students are expected to submit their answers to their assessments within 30 days of receiving their study modules and feedback is provided for each module assessment. Students also have the benefit of receiving email support, to help them with any queries in relation to the course (subject to our terms relating to email support).
In order to receive your course completion certificate (sent via email), you will require a total pass rate of atleast 70% (this means that you must pass atleast 9 out of 12 modules).
OISC Level 2
Our Online OISC Level 2 course covers the key areas of ‘OISC Level 2’ practice and is at ‘intermediate’ level, including asylum and human rights law. The course also provides training on the general appeal practice and procedures and deals with immigration detention, removal and deportation.
In order to receive a course completion certificate (via email), you will be required to pass our Level 2 assessment. The assessment will be ‘open book’ and comprise of two parts. Part A is a ‘multiple choice’ test and part B, a scenario based test. No external research is required as both parts of the assessment will be based on the contents of the course study modules.
OISC Level 3
Our Online OISC Level 3 course covers the relevant study areas at ‘OISC level 3’ at an ‘advanced level’. The course also provides training on immigration detention, removal, deportation, appeals and other complex areas. This course is suitable for those seeking to become registered at OISC Level 3 to represent clients before the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.
In order to receive a course completion certificate (via email), you will be required to pass our Level 3 assessment. The assessment is ‘open book’ and comprises of two parts. Part A is a ‘multiple choice’ test consisting of 30 Questions, and part B, a scenario based test. No external research is required as both parts of the assessment will be based on the contents of the course study modul