Time running out to book a place for PSG’s CPD events

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2 September 2013


With well over a thousand delegates already registered for PSG’s CPD events throughout September, time is running out to book your place.

There are 26 seminars, each providing 3 SRA accredited CPD points, which will take place at venues across England and Wales and for those who can’t attend PSG have complemented the face to face learning events with 9 webinars.

Stephen Murray, Business Development Director at PSG said: “We’ve been absolutely delighted by the response to this initiative.  We have been proactively contacting conveyancing firms across England and Wales and enquiring whether staff had obtained all their CPD points for the year, and if not inviting them to one of our events.  There are a limited number of spaces available at all events, but these are becoming few and far between, so if delegates have not registered yet they need to be quick”.

Topics

The seminars are focused on current issues facing practitioners and the presentations have been tailored to be of particular relevance to the geographical location they are taking place in.

The Content includes information and updates on:

  • Energy Infrastructure including “Fracking” and Wind Farms
  • Flooding
  • New Environmental Risks
  • Compliance and Risk Management
  • Title Investigation and Insurance against Risk

The face to face events are being supported by Groundsure, Conveyancing Liability Solutions (CLS) and compliance consultants Legal Eye.

For those not able to attend the CPD seminars, PSG, in association with Landmark Information Group, are also providing 9 one hour webinars.

There are a limited number of spaces available, so to avoid disappointment ensure you book today.

Details of all the events can be found by contacting your local PSG office or visiting www.psgconnect.co.uk/events/cpd/

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

Date Location
3rd Leeds Wakefield
3rd Plymouth
3rd Newcastle
3rd Webinar
4th Middlesborough
4th Bristol
4th Webinar
5th Hull
5th Bournemouth
5th Webinar
10th Sheffield
10th Stoke On Trent
10th Brighton
10th Webinar
11th Liverpool
11th Farnborough
11th Hammersmith
11th Webinar
12th Manchester
12th Reading
12th Webinar
17th Preston
17th Southend on sea
17th Cardiff
17th Webinar
18th Nottingham
18th Croydon
18th Cobham
18th Webinar
19th Birmingham
19th Barnet
19th Webinar
24th Exeter
25th Lincoln
26th Isle of Wight

 



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