TM Group partner with industry experts for free conveyancing CPD programme

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29 September 2014


TM Group host series of CPD events

Featuring speakers from leading data suppliers GroundSure & Landmark, the programme from TM Group also brings you insights from mortgage fraud experts Lawyer Checker and one of the foremost providers of best practice and compliance services to the legal sector, Legal Eye.

Covering the latest environmental, planning and infrastructure issues, TM Group’s CPD programme helps keep you up-to-date with the latest guidance on complying with regulatory bodies through a series of compelling and informative free sessions – available online and regionally.

Take a look at the full Autumn programme below and visit the TM Group website for more information.

Regional live seminars

Managing Environmental Risks – TM Group CPD with Landmark | Register
16th October 2014 | 9am – 1.30pm | Mercure Hotel, Milton Keynes

Managing Environmental Risks – TM Group CPD with GroundSure | Register
30th October 2014 | 9am – 1.30pm | Thistle Hotel, Exeter

Online Webinars

Environmental Webinars
Flood and Energy risks in conveyancing transactions presented by GroundSure
1st October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm  Register

Commercial Environmental and Flood risks presented by GroundSure
9th October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm   Register
27th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm Register

Report output – Further action? What shall I do next? Presented by Landmark
15th October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm Register

Know your local risk. What might affect your clients locally? Presented by Landmark
23rd October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm Register

Why is flood risk something you should consider? Presented by Landmark
6th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm Register

Flood and Energy risks in conveyancing transactions presented by GroundSure |
13th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm Register

All you need to know about planning, energy and infrastructure presented by Landmark
20th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm Register

Risk & Compliance Webinars
Compliance and Risk presented by Legal Eye
2nd October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm | Register
8th October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm | Register
5th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm | Register
26th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm  | RegisterConveyancing Risk: Identity Theft and Fraud presented by Lawyer Checker
22nd October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm  Register
29th October 2014 | 1pm – 2pm  Register
12th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm  Register
19th November 2014 | 1pm – 2pm  Register



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