The recognised standard

Level 4 Diploma in High Court Enforcement

Standard Pathway

The Level 4 Diploma in High Court Enforcement is designed to meet the qualification requirements of high Court Enforcement Officers.

The qualification will take on average 6 to 12 months to complete (following completion of the Level 4 Certificate in High Court Enforcement).

Click on the unit name below for further details and to select your method of study. 

Units - all mandatory

Aims to build understanding of how to transfer judgements or orders for enforcement in the High Court.  Also how to extend and reissue a writ.

Assessment
Written Assignment
Credits

2

The unit aims to build detailed knowledge and understanding of the law and regulations related to High Court Enforcement.

Assessment
Written Exam
Credits

4

Aims to build a general understanding of the enforcement of Writs of Possession and Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPOs).

We recomend you take the Writs of Possession and Compulsory Purchase Orders Practice unit at the same time as by submitting both assignments together you only pay one assessment fee.
Assessment
Written Assignment
Credits

5

Aims to build the ability to conduct the enforcement of Writs of Possession and CPOs.  Includes preparing, conducting and reporting on the outcome of enforcement for a Writ of Possession and CPO.  

We recommend you take the Writs of Possession and Compulsory Purchase Orders Principles unit at the same time as by submitting both assignments together you only pay one assessment fee.
Assessment
Written Assignment
Credits

6

Demonstrates the ability to prepare High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO) fees and accounts.  This includes preparing HCEO fees, accounts, reconciling HCEO client and office accounts and preparing VAT and Ministry of Justice returns.  

We recommend you take the HCEO Fees and Accounting Principles unit at the same time as by submitting both assignments together you only pay one assessment fee.
Assessment
Written Assignment
Credits

4

Aims to build knowledge of HCEO fees and accounting procedures.  Includes understanding of an HCEO's responsibilities in relation to fees and accounts, the fees applicable to writs and relevant documentation and accounting for HCEO payments.  

We recommend you take the HCEO Fees and Accounting Practice unit at the same time as by submitting both assignments together you only pay one assessment fee.
Assessment
Written Assignment (£84)
Credits

3

Aims to build an understanding of the enforcement of less common writs.  This includes understanding the different types of Less Common Writs, the role of HCEO in relation to less common writs and know how to conduct enforcement of Less Common Writs

Assessment
Written Assignment (£84)
Credits

3

Aims to build the understanding of how to conduct enforcement of Writs of Control.  Includes understanding the role and responsibilities of a High Court Enforcement Officer in relation to Writs of Control.

We recommend you take the Writs of Control Practice unit at the same time as by submitting both assignments together you only pay one assessment fee.

 

Assessment
Written Assignment
Credits

7

Aims to build knowledge about how to prepare and conduct enforcement of Writs of Control and reporting on the outcomes.
Also includes the management of problems relating to enforcement.

We recommend you take the Writs of Control Principles unit at the same time as by submitting both assignments together you only pay one assessment fee.
Assessment
Written Assignment
Credits

7