Nationwide OISC Training Courses
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Extensive preparation for your OISC exam
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Upcoming Courses

The following is a list of our upcoming 2-day Level 1 OISC Training Courses. For further information on what is covered, please see the FAQ’s at the bottom of this page.

We currently provide courses in the following locations;

OISC Training Birmingham

OISC Training London

OISC Training Manchester

Please call or send an enquiry and a member of our team will be in touch to book.


There are no upcoming events.

OISC Training Level 1 Courses FAQs

Who can attend your OISC Level 1 courses?

Our OISC Level 1 Training is available for anyone interested in learning more about UK immigration law. In other words, you do not have to hold any formal qualification to attend our courses.

If you wish to begin your career in immigration law as a caseworker or adviser, the OISC Level 1 training will offer you the knowledge you need to succeed. However, our courses are also relevant to those who already hold an OISC qualification and what to refresh their knowledge.

Do you also offer other levels of OISC Training?

Yes, we do. As a part of our OISC Training package, we offer courses in OISC Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3.

Each module is designed to provide progressively full knowledge of UK immigration law by covering different topics.

If you have just started your career in this field, we recommend beginning with the Level 1 course to build your skills.

How is the OISC Level 1 exam structured?

Although the exam is not included in our package, we provide adequate preparation to pass your OISC Level 1 assessment.

The exam is structured into two parts. The first one includes a multiple-choice selection, while the second part presents a scenario-based section. The OISC assessment is an open book test, meaning that you can use the training manual that we provide

What is covered over the two days?

-Family Based Applications

-Long Residence


-Immigration Control

-Immigration Rules

-Points Based System


-Appeals and Administrative review


-Enforcement and criminal offences

-Ethics, Q&A