Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff Forum – March
Due to the ongoing popularity of the residential conveyancing forum and the interest shown in our commercial property forum, we have decided to launch a new FREE forum for Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff that will last approximately 60 minutes.
The forum aims for attendees to share best practices and knowledge, discuss key issues or problems and seek guidance. The forum will be chaired by Ian Quayle a leading trainer and conveyancing specialist who will be able to answer questions and share his knowledge and experience.
The forum’s purpose is for it to be a space where support staff can come together to help and advise each other on day-to-day tasks.
If the pilot event is successful the plan will be to organise a monthly event with perhaps guest contributors or specific topics to explore as well as an open forum for discussion.
Everyone is welcome to attend (subject to availability) and discussion topics will be decided before each event.
Delegates are invited to submit topics for discussion in the lead-up to each event and all suggestions are welcome. Please submit your discussion topics by emailing them to [email protected]
There is no charge for attending these events however, pre-registration is required and booking for each event will be taken separately.
With a special thanks to our sponsors Move Reports for making the event possible.
For more information on Move Reports visit: Home – Move Reports UK
Thanks to our specialist systems, we are able to provide you with recordings and course slides which allow you to refer back to the forum at any time should you wish to do so. Alternatively, if you are unable to attend the live event these facilities mean that you don’t have to worry about missing out and you can go about your day, reassured by the knowledge that you can watch at a time convenient for you.
A certificate of completion is also provided for delegates booking this event.
Have an enquiry? Call 07379 134 942 or email [email protected]