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The Society prescribes learning outcomes for all trainees to achieve over the course of their two-year traineeship. These are referred to as the Professional Education and Training Stage 2 outcomes or PEAT 2 outcomes.
These PEAT 2 outcomes relate to:
Substantive and relevant legal knowledge underpins all of the outcomes and is therefore essentially also an outcome. However, the Society has not defined 'substantive and relevant legal knowledge' because this could vary massively depending on the nature of the training firm or the area of law that the trainee is working in.
Over the course of a two-year traineeship, you should be giving your trainee work, tasks and activities which allow them to work towards, and achieve, the PEAT 2 outcomes. The end result being that they achieve the 'standard of the qualifying solicitor' - the exit standard for all trainees.
A trainee's achievement of the PEAT 2 outcomes should be recorded and reflected upon in the PEAT 2 record, discussed at each PEAT 2 quarterly performance review and aided by undertaking trainee continuing professional development.
If you would like to know more about any of the above, please refer to the Society's PEAT 2 training plan.
If you have any questions in relation to any element of this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.