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Home › Education › Practitioners & Continued Professional Development (CPD) › Pupil Supervisors
Pupil Supervisors must receive training and refresher training that meets outcomes set by the BSB.
The Inns will continue to offer training as planned. The dates and locations for 2023 are below:
Inner Temple – Thursday 27 April 2023 (5.30pm to 9pm - in person at the Inn)
- Saturday 29 April 2023 - online course, 9.30 - 1pm
- Saturday 1 July 2023 - online course, 9.30 - 1pm
- Saturday 28 October 2023 - online course, 9.30 - 1pm
Lincoln’s Inn – Thursday 28 September 2023 (5.30pm to 8.30pm - in person at Lincoln's Inn)
Middle Temple – Thursday 2 November 2023 (5pm to 9pm - in person at Middle Temple)
Sessions are open to members of all the Inns. Please note - members no longer have to book a place on a course through their own Inn, and instead should contact the Inn running their preferred session to book on - please click on the links above to visit the relevant pages on the Gray's Inn, Lincoln's Inn or Middle Temple websites.