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Terms & Conditions

To be eligible for the Legal Secretary course, all applicants must have:

Secretarial skills - Typing, Audio Transcription, IT experience or have completed a Business Studies Course.

To be eligible for the Paralegal course, all applicants must have:

Office experience or skills.

OR have completed an IT or Business Studies Course.

OR have 3 GCSE subjects or equivalent - Maths, English and one other.

All candidates must be fluent in English Language.

Please ensure that you have, or have access to the full range of computer hardware and software listed, prior to the course starting date.

Course fees must be paid in full in advance of completing the course. All instalments must be completed in advance of completing the course.

Cancellation of a course must be made in writing to us within 14 days after being accepted. Failure to do so, will result in non-refund of payments. Any refunds will be subject to deduction of bank charges and processing fees.

Modules are taken consecutively not concurrently.

These courses are not eligible for visa applications.

We reserve the right to change course dates with prior notice.

All course material supplied by us, whether written or oral, are for the sole purpose of studying with the College. They must not re re-produced, recorded or copied for use other than for the sole purpose of studying with us. Non-observance will result in breach of copyright and can lead to court proceedings.

There can be no refunds if a student starts and fails to complete a course.

College Ethics

OTC promotes the highest standards of professionalism. By being a registered student with OTC you associate with a 

professional institution and you show that you subscribe to the College’s strict Code of Conduct.

1.    Do not take unfair advantage in relation to others.

2.    Treat others with respect in all written and oral communication.

3.    Do not attempt to deceive or mislead. Trust is tantamount to good personal relations.

4.    Do not become complicit while others are being deceived.

5.    Do not automatically assume that you are being deceived or misled. Give others the opportunity

to present their side.

6.    Respect the Opinion of others.

7.    Have patience and show understanding. 

8.    Respect the Rules & Requirements of the College.