Professional Skills Course (PSC): Deciphering Another Acronym

When you begin your training contract you may not have even heard of the PSC, or it may just be another in the long list of acronyms that you hear being mentioned around the classroom or workplace. The Professional Skills Course, more commonly known as the PSC, is one of the last steps to qualifying […]

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Electric Vans Now Require MOT

From 1 September 2018, electric vans which have a gross weight not exceeding 3.5 tonnes will no longer be exempt from the requirement to have an MOT if they were first registered on or after 1 March 2015. In other words, these vehicles will need their first MOT on the third anniversary of when they […]

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Trio of Trainee Solicitors Taking Next Step

Woodfines is pleased to announce and congratulate Anastasia Whitlock, Charlotte Hunt and Luke Shaw on the completion of their training contracts and progress to their admission as solicitors on 17 September, 2018. Anastasia Whitlock will be joining the firm’s Company Commercial and Employment team, based in Bedford. She has shown an aptitude for working with clients to achieve their commercial objectives, […]

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Keeping Your Eyes on the Road

According to a BBC News report published yesterday, Thames Valley, Hampshire and West Midlands police forces are intending on testing the eyesight of every motorist they stop to ensure that drivers meet the minimum eyesight standards. Officers will be able to request the urgent revocation of a licence by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency […]

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