VinciWorks Continuing Competence Roadshow – May-June 2016

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30 March 2016


Vinciworks200VinciWorks is hitting the road to deliver practical, face-to-face seminars on the SRA’s new approach to continuing competence.

Attendees will learn how to identify learning needs, build a learning and development plan and consider methods for recording and demonstrating that they have fulfilled the SRA’s requirements.

Dates

  • May 9: Birmingham
  • May 10: Manchester
  • May 31: Bristol
  • June 1: London

Details

  • Time – 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • CPD – 3 hours
  • Cost – £90 (early bird £75)
  • Presenter – Gary Yantin, Director of Best Practice, VinciWorks

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Who should attend?

  • HR professionals
  • COLPs and COFAs
  • L&D teams
  • Practice managers
  • Solicitors that wish to understand how to comply with the new regulations

About the presenter

Gary Yantin is Director of Best Practice at VinciWorks — a leading provider of online compliance courses and risk management software. VinciWorks courses are used by over 20% of all solicitors and are considered to be the gold standard for compliance.

Gary is a leading expert on the SRA’s changes to CPD and has helped VinciWorks develop the first software tool for compliance with the new approach to continuing competence. To learn more visit www.vinciworks.com/competence.

 



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