Legal Eye and Training Eye team up to offer legal firms an innovative online training solution

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22 May 2015

Jaunita Gobby: excited about the launch

Jaunita Gobby: excited about the launch

Training Eye, an online training and CPD specialist and partner of Legal Eye, has launched an innovative solution making training compliance easy and hassle-free for legal firms.

With the SRA’s new approach to CPD comes new challenges for each solicitor and legal entity. Solicitors, licensed conveyancers and legal executives are required to take a lifelong learning approach to their career to provide “a proper standard of service to their clients”.

Born from the training and CPD needs and challenges of Legal Eye’s clients, Training Eye has sculptured a flexible solution to fit all shapes and sizes.

“We set out to help bring order and simplicity to the world of training compliance,” said Gavin Gobby, founder and director. “That meant taking all requirements and regulations into account, adding high-quality content, the world’s easiest to use feature-rich training platform and a bunch of know-how. The result is not just a course provider. It’s more like a clickable learning and development solution.”

Training Eye has teamed up with Legal Eye to give firms the best of both worlds – competent and professional on-the-ground support with an integrated and automated online solution to easily manage all regulatory requirements.

“Our clients and our team have been looking for an easier, automated and paperless way of managing training compliance, said Jaunita Gobby, managing director of Legal Eye. “Training Eye has responded with a solution to match these needs and we’re really excited about the launch.”

You can find out more at or contact Gavin Gobby on

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