Kick start your CPD year with PSG

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18 February 2014

PSG are once again planning a year of training events that will support solicitors and conveyancers in achieving their annual CPD requirements. Their impressive 2013 CPD programme saw over 70 separate seminars taking place around the country, providing over 700 hours of CPD and attended by a record numbers of delegates.

The CPD series kicked off on the 10th February with an event in the capital organised by PSG’s London central office, and with a growing event list 2014 looks set to build on the momentum of last year with fresh content and even more expert speakers than ever before.

The majority of the events will carry 3 CPD hours and this year’s subjects include environmental updates covering such topics as the controversial practice of fracking, compliance and regulatory issues, and Professional Indemnity Insurance, as well as a host of other topical issues.

New for this year is PSG’s Green Deal CPD “The Context and Consequences for Conveyancers”.  PSG will be joined by, amongst others, professional law lecturer Andrew Crawford, environmental specialists Landmark, Groundsure and Argyll, former property developer and poacher turned game keeper Paul Addison of DevAssist and compliance experts Legal Eye.

Stephen Murray, Business Development Director at PSG says “Our CPD sessions have always been a way of providing that little bit extra and giving back to those firms that already work with us and introducing ourselves to those that don’t.  The PSG network as a whole continues to go from strength to strength and this is reflected in the popularity of these events”.

The 2014 CPD event list is being added to on an almost daily basis and details of events can be found by contacting your local PSG office or going to

The full list of events so far is included below, just simply click on the location to view more information:

Date Location
February 26th York
March 4th Walsall
March 4th London, W4
March 5th Tamworth
March 5th Hayes
March 12th Wimbledon
March 17th Plymouth
March 18th Sunderland
March 18th Barnstaple
March 19th Romford
March 19th Dorset
March 19th Gateshead
March 19th Exeter
March 20th Newcastle
March 21st Yeovil
March 26th Fareham
March 26th Middlesbrough
April 1st Brighton
May 14th York
June 18th York
September 3rd York
September 24th York

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