BPTC 2020 - Choices, News and Updates

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Please join this thread so we can assist one another with news, updates and some answers to questions some may have with regards to the 2020 BPTC and the many changes to come.
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Starting from the 2020-21 academic year, additional changes will be made to the curriculum and assessments on both the Vocational and Work-based Learning Components of training.

The four (4) new approved training pathways are as follows:

1. Three-step pathway: academic, followed by vocational, followed by pupillage/work-based component (This is the same as the current mandatory pathway.);
2. Four-step pathway: academic component, followed by vocational component in two parts, followed by pupillage or work-based component;
3. Integrated academic and vocational pathway - combined academic and vocational components followed by pupillage or work-based component; and
4 Apprenticeship pathway: combined academic, vocational and pupillage or work-based components.

More information and informative links:

https://www.barstandardsboard.org.uk...-requirements/

https://www.barstandardsboard.org.uk...april_2019.pdf

https://www.barstandardsboard.org.uk...-bar-training/
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Inns of Court College of Advocacy (ICCA) has received conditional approval from the BSB to deliver the new Bar course, which is expected to commence in 2020. ICCA's course will be split into two parts and is expected to be the most affordable option for prospective barristers.More information: ICCA Proposed New Bar Course: https://www.icca.ac.uk/icca-launches-bar-course/Bar Standard Board's Press Release: https://www.barstandardsboard.org.uk...ning-provider/
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The following providers have updated their website with information on the new bar course:

BPP University: https://www.bpp.com/courses/law/btc-...raining-course

City University of London:
https://www.city.ac.uk/study/courses...tional-studies
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The most important thing is having notes and past year questions so you can the hang of it. That's the tips to pass the BPTC.
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