VinciWorks free course: The SRA’s new approach to continuing competence

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12 January 2016


Vinciworks200Less than a year remains before the SRA’s new approach to continuing competency becomes mandatory.

VinciWorks is offering a free one-hour course that will demystify the regulations and provide you with a clear understanding of the tools and next steps required for a successful transition.

  • Best practice
  • Case studies
  • SRA guidance
  • Practical advice

Watch the course now

This recording is provided free of charge. If you found it valuable, feel free to forward it to a colleague.



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