Vinciworks new 10 minute course on changes to CPD

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15 April 2016


Vinciworks200Led by Director of Best Practice, Gary Yantin, this course covers everything a solicitor needs to know about the SRA’s new approach to continuing competence.

Demo the course

If you license the Continuing Competence Module, this new course is free and has been added to your Compliance Learning Management System.

Course outcomes

Users of this course 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.

  • Know how to reflect on your practice in relation to the SRA competence statement
  • Know how to create and maintain a learning and development plan
  • Understand how to use new approaches to learning to enhance your competence
  • Learn the regulations and find out what has changed

Roadshow reminder

Less than two weeks remain for early-bird pricing on our roadshow. Meet with Director of Best Practice, Gary Yantin, and ask all of the questions you have about the changes to CPD. All seminar attendees receive free access to the online course.

Dates

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

Details

  • Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • Cost: £90 (£75 before April 25)
  • Presenter: Gary Yantin, Director of Best Practice

Register now at www.vinciworks.com/roadshow

 



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