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Where can you find a cpd course for a lawyer solicitor or other legal professional?

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Zach Chandler on July 29, 2019

Law CPD: a new course for lawyers and the legal professionFinancial Training Associates Ltd has developed a new CPD accredited course for solicitors titled "negotiating the big issues in transaction agreements".Qualified lawyers and legal professionals are required to undertake CPD (continuous professional development). At least 25 percent of the requirement must be fulfilled by the participants in the courses that are offered by providers authorised by the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority).CPD Training accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)Financial Training Associates Ltd is now accredited with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). As a result, Lawyers can confidently use Financial Training Associates to help meet the SRA's requirements for the continuing professional development (CPD).Financial training Associates "great issues" course examines the commercial impact of key negotiations attached to company sales and acquisitions. As part of the course, delegates form teams to discuss the main elements of value in the transaction.Business Development Director, Joanna Smith commented: "The SRA reported on the course in great detail. Talk about bright! We know our courses go down well with our existing customers, but we were very surprised by the strength of the positive reaction from the SRA. It is a great encouragement to all the staff and the approval of what they do." The SRA report concludes with the adviser saying: "I have no doubt in recommending this course"."Obviously, our courses are well received by our existing customers, and we knew that the members of the legal profession had already expressed in interest in what we are taught, but had never imagined that the SRA would respond in a positive way."More information about Law CPD trainingFor more details about the Financial background of the Partners of accredited law CPD course programme for the legal profession, please click this link:

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