Firms that license the Continuing Competence Module (CCM) now have the ability to create a separate login page for the CCM. This enables firms to create a fully immersive continuing competence experience that is separate from regular online training. On the ‘competence only’ login page, users focus on the reflection and planning stages of their learning before diving directly into their learning record.

This login page can be created through a straightforward modification to the regular LMS hyperlink.

How to create the direct hyperlink

To do so, simply append competencylogin.aspx to the end of the regular link. The new link should look something like this:


Note: Firms that use Single Sign On should append ssocompetencylogin.aspx.

When a user logs into the system with this URL, they should see the Continuing Competence Module:


Data Protection: Privacy at Work

VinciWorks has just released the only data protection course your company needs. This course
combines the latest in policy and law with best practice guidelines for data protection. It provides real-world scenarios, interactive features and review questions to test participants’ understanding of key points. To begin, an interactive game will guide users through the complex web of decisions that every business must make when it comes to implementing data protection policies, providing a deeper understanding of the core issues.

Data Protection - Protecting Personal Data
Course modules such as Protecting Personal Data are chosen based on each users needs

Industry and Role-specific Customisable Course

This 20-minute course is our most customisable yet. At the start of the course, each user specifies their individual role, responsibilities, location, and more to create a user-specific learning plan. With over 1,000 different course options available, anyone in your organisation can take this data protection course.

After taking the course users will:

  • Understand how data protection affects real-world scenarios, with review questions to test participants’ understanding of key points
  • Know the latest in policy and law with best practice guidelines for data protection
  • Know how to comply with data protection laws for the user’s specific role in your organisation
  • Learn how changes to regulation like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affect their work

November 2016 marks the beginning of the SRA’s new approach to continuing competence. Solicitors in England and Wales are no longer required to track 16 hours of continued education. Rather, they are required to reflect on their practice and identify personal learning and development needs.

These regulatory changes require a shift in the way learning is recorded in your learning management system. VinciWorks has recently updated its Learning Management System to accommodate these changes.

From recording diverse learning methods to producing completion certificates, the VinciWorks system makes adapting to the changes to CPD simple and straightforward. The changes are only relevant to law firms operating in England and Wales, and do not affect historical data in the system.

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VinciWorks Releases a New Course on Fraud and Market Abuse

This 20 minute course explores two of the most common forms of financial crime: fraud and market abuse. The course will expand on terms related to fraud and market abuse such as “inside information”, “insiders”, “insider lists” and “insider trading”. Enrolling your staff on this course will provide them with an understanding of the different factors affecting fraud and market abuse. It will also help them identify red flags in the company or industry. Continue reading

VinciWorks Data Protection Course Coming December 2016

Knowing how to protect your data and use it correctly has never been more important for businesses. Regulators are racking up fines in the millions. One big breach or one misplaced laptop can have an even bigger impact on reputation than ever before.

VinciWorks is launching a brand new data protection course, combining the latest in policy and law with best practice guidelines. We provide real-world scenarios and a customisable tool to design your own policy.

The course will be available in December 2016.

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Appropriate for all staff, the course challenges learners to reassess their attitudes towards cyber security. It educates users on the sophistication of modern hackers and drives users to adopt safer cyber behaviours.

The course is designed as a 25 minute journey through a series of short interactive apps. Each app tackles a different topic and provides actionable advice for improving cyber security. The final app is a test section which verifies understanding.

Users will learn how to identify suspicious files or attacks, explore best practices for online communication, and acquire tools for integrating cyber security into their work flow.

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VinciWorks has released a new online course on the Modern Slavery Act. This 20 minute course teaches employees about the Modern Slavery Act and explains how they can identify signs of slavery in the supply chain. It uses scenarios that are tailored to different industries and can be customised to include internal procedures. The course:


  • Provides background on the scope of the issue
  • Reviews the legal requirements under the Modern Slavery Act
  • Teaches staff how to identify slavery in the supply chain
  • Provide examples of red flags
  • Explains the organisation’s internal reporting procedures


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Led by Director of Best Practice, Gary Yantin, this course covers everything a solicitor needs to know about the SRA’s new approach to continuing competence.




If you license the Continuing Competence Module, this new course is free and has been added to your Learning Management System.

Alternatively, firms can license firm-wide access to this course for a one-time fee of £495 +VAT.

This will enable you to deploy the course to every employee and track who has completed the training. You will be able to customise the introduction and conclusion of the course to suit your firm’s policy and link to further information.
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Course outcomes

Users of this course will learn how to identify learning needs, build a learning and development plan and consider methods for recording and demonstrating that they have fulfilled the SRA’s requirements.

  • Know how to reflect on your practice in relation to the SRA competence statement
  • Know how to create and maintain a learning and development plan
  • Understand how to use new approaches to learning to enhance your competence
  • Learn the regulations and find out what has changed

Today VinciWorks released AML 360 — the perfect refresher course for users that claim to know it all. Instead of rehashing the legislation and CDD procedures, the course goes beyond the basics by engaging learners with the hot topics of the day. The interactivity and rapid pace of the course creates an immersive experience in which users take an active role in the material rather than passively consuming information.

AML 360° is geared towards lawyers or support staff who have already undertaken money laundering training and understand the subject matter. It delves into more detail and explores emerging areas such as bitcoin and the Fourth Money Laundering Directive.

The course covers eight subjects in less than 20 minutes

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VinciWorks has just released the new course — Diversity: A Practical Overview.

In just 30 minutes, the course provides an overview of the key obligations and best practice impacting day-to-day work at the firm. It digests the material into concise principles, featuring media stories and legal precedents that bring the topic to life.

Diversity training is an imperative first step to protecting the rights of individuals and advancing equality of opportunity for all. The course outlines the behaviours expected of all employees, the reasons to comply with those behaviours and the consequences of non-compliance.

The course is designed to adapt beautifully to any size screen, and provides an engaging and immersive learning experience. It is recommended for use by anyone at the firm as part of the onboarding process or as a regular refresher.

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