Continuing competence and building a compliance training programme

Continuing competence and building a compliance training programme
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  • Released 2nd Aug 2021
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There is an increased focus on whether lawyers within law firms have adequate continuing professional development, especially since the requirement to study a minimum number of hours ended in 2016.

This session looks at the Continuing Competency Framework and how firms can demonstrate compliance.

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Learning objectives:

  • Understand the SRA Continuing Competence Regime
  • Gain a practical understanding of how to conduct training needs analysis
  • The importance of evaluating training to understand the return on investment.

Your CPD Certificate can be found in your Account.

Amy Bell

Director • Teal Compliance

Amy is the Founder of Teal Compliance and Teal Legal as well as the Author of Solicitors and Money Laundering and Compliance That Works (Due to be published in Spring 2021).

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