SLC announces 2013 programme

The Society of Licensed Conveyancers (SLC) has announced its 2013 programme of events.

This includes its annual conference, along with a number of regional road shows, which will run throughout the year offering access to topical presentations and CPD points.

The annual conference will take place on 20th November in Derby, further details will be available on the SLC website soon.

Simon Law, Chairman of the Society of Licensed Conveyancers (SLC) said: “A core element of our membership package at the SLC is our commitment to provide members with the opportunity to secure all of their required, annual CPD points free through our programme of events and training sessions.

“It’s important to us that we are regularly engaging with our members to ensure the events we deliver are directly meeting their needs and we are delighted to now be able to announce the dates of both our conference and our next series of regional road shows.”

The dates and the locations for the SLC’s spring road shows are:

– Tuesday 16th April – Mercure Hotel, Leicester (14.00 — 18:00)

– Wednesday 17th April – Convey Law Offices, Newport (14.00 — 18:00)

– Saturday 20th April – Holiday Inn, Brentwood (10:00 — 14:00)

– Thursday 25th April – Novotel, York (14.00 — 18:00)

Topics to be covered at these sessions will include: The importance of flood reports, ABS and regulation by the CLC, The Green Deal — practical implications for conveyancers, new insurance products from CLS and Lenders’ panels.

The road shows, which are sponsored by CLS, will offer attendees the opportunity to secure four Continued Professional Development (CPD) points.

Attendance for SLC members is free. Non-members and non-Licensed Conveyancers are invited to also attend the sessions, at a cost of £75 per person (refundable for those that join the SLC at the event).

Those interested in attending one of the regional road shows are advised to book now by visiting emailing [email protected] or calling the SLC on 08714 237193.

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