Centre for Conveyancing Practice is the biggest private provider of training in conveyancing and notarial practice in South Africa.
This enterprise was established by Gawie le Roux, an attorney, conveyancer, entrepreneur and businessman from Pretoria.
The Centre for Conveyancing Practice owes its existence to the unique and highly successful Self-study Deeds Course which Gawie has offered since 1994. The Centre for Conveyancing Practice and the Self-study Deeds Course are sister entities, each with its target market. Collectively, all marketing and presentation of courses is done under the trademark of the Centre for Conveyancing Practice.
Self-study Deeds Course
The Self-study Deeds Course CC was initiated in 1994 with the aim of introducing the first and only "self-study deeds course" to the South African market. The object was to make a comprehensive set of notes available to enable people to prepare for the examination in conveyancing. It was an immediate success. Within six months of the first set of Afrikaans notes having been sold, an English version was made available. Since then we have grown into the only bilingual and the biggest private training institution in the field of conveyancing and notarial practice in South Africa.
Centre for Conveyancing Practice
The Centre for Conveyancing Practice (Pty) Ltd was established in 1999 to meet the increasing need for attendance classes. Since then we have offered classes in conveyancing and notarial practice to attorneys, candidate attorneys and other persons who qualify and who wish to receive study guidance in the form of lectures.
A unique course for conveyancing typists was designed and has been presented in Afrikaans since 1999 and in English from 2003. Our notarial course was launched in 2007 and is based on the same winning recipe as the course in conveyancing practice. The online workshops held from 2009 onwards represent a further expansion of our dynamic training methods. From 2010 we have also offered seminars on new legislation and registrars’ conference resolutions that may affect conveyancing practice.