If users are not well versed in the practice management system, they will not be able to use the programs to achieve maximum efficiency for your firm.
Once your practice management system is up and running, the next steps are to ensure that you and your staff understand its features and how to best use them.
- Help you achieve the law firm goals
- Efficient use of the practice management system reduces manual labour
- Work independently and effectively with your practice management system
- Realise faster return on your investment
- Earn CPD points
Personalised or class based training
Whether your practice is large or small we can train your staff I the best use of your systems. Personalised training is used for single practitioners with no staff or new staff joining the practice without the required skills in your practice’s systems.
When changing to new systems or inducting multiple staff we can provide one to many training in a classroom environment. Usually we train at your premises which means your staff have access to all the systems they will use for their job. We prefer to train a maximum of 4 people at a time. This allows for personal attention to each trainee and or the trainer to assess each staff members learning progress.
If you have other requirements please contact us to create a specific programme for your practice. Whatever your situation we will attempt to create a programme that will suit you and teach your staff compliant and best practice techniques.
We offer personalised training for individual staff members . This is best suited to one on one training and avoids the need for travel and associated travel and accommodation costs.
With one on one training our software allows us to take control of your computer remotely to demonstrate how to do things or allows you to try them out while we watch.
Separately we provide training on the trust accounting rules and some practical guides through our division, the Legal Bookkeepers Institute. This came about when The (NSW) Law Society wanted to create a course on trust accounting. It was created by us in conjunction with the, then, Chief Trust Inspector of the (NSW) Law Society
Subsequently courses for most other states and the Northern Territory were created. In 2017 the Tasmanian Law Society and ACT Law Society requested the course be developed for them.
All states and territory courses have been updated with legislative changes. These included the Uniform Law changes in NSW and Victoria, and an updates to the legislation in Queensland and the ACT.
The online training in trust accounting is presented under our division, Legal Bookkeepers Institute, at https://legalbookkeepersinstitute.com.au/
If you have other requirements please contact us to create a specific program for your practice. Whatever your situation we will attempt to create a program that will suit you and teach your staff compliant and best practice techniques.