Why ILPA training?

Quality and experience

ILPA has been providing training on all aspects of immigration, asylum and nationality law and practice to members and non-members alike since its foundation in 1984. Leading practitioners and experts in the field provide training to their peers. 

The subjects of ILPA training sessions are identified by ILPA members. Sessions are pertinent to practitioners, designed with their needs and interests in mind.

Support a good cause

All who participate in ILPA training are working together to achieve ILPA’s objectives: to perform to the highest standards and to challenge injustice. Our trainers’ commitment to delivering these unique, collaborative courses is a source of inspiration to all members and attendees.  Information from ILPA’s influencing work and members’ casework feeds into the training programme and information from those trained informs that work in its turn. 

ILPA is a registered charity and all profits from ILPA training go towards supporting work to fulfil ILPA’s objectives

Article 8 Applications

An absolutely essential course for anyone dealing with Article 8 issues. Highly recommended!

Immigration Law in Sport

I very much enjoyed this training. Glyn was an informative and personable speaker who gave real personal and practical insight, as well as clearly setting out the legislative framework.

ILPA Well-being Conference

A really good event championing an excellent cause. With so many elements of immigration practice getting harder, it feels like the profession has a future if we are all more alert to our own well-being needs.

Introduction to Tier 2: everything you need to know

The speakers were all excellent – very thorough, clear and approachable, and answered questions very well.

Home Office Policy and Practice in the Coronavirus Crisis: what you need to know

The knowledge of everyone is fantastic especially given that the changes happened not so long ago, updates are still ongoing and the published guidance doesn’t address all issues. The webinar was conducted very well too. Well done ILPA and the tutors for doing such a good job!

Introduction to Immigration Law: getting started

I liked the structure, I think the tutors managed to cover a very broad and incredibly complex subject matter clearly and concisely. It was engaging and interesting. Both tutors clearly had excellent knowledge, it was a joy to attend!

Introduction to Immigration Law: getting started

The course pack looks excellent and the links in the slides are relevant and up-to-date. The slides were very useful because they enabled me to prepare myself for my note-taking and I could structure my notes better. ***It is a great idea to have the slides a few days beforehand as I would have been lost without them.*

Nationality Law in the Age of Brexit

Alison Harvey is brilliant, she is able to elaborate pertinently when asked about anything.

I liked the thoroughness of the slides and the tutor’s passion on the subject.

Nationality Law is Fun

I liked the in-depth case studies and the tutors encyclopaedic knowledge of the field.