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IFP accredits threesixty workshops for CPD

Threesixty has been accredited as a CPD provider by the Institute of Financial Planning for its upcoming workshops on the role of supervisors within firms.

The accreditation of the workshops makes threesixty the only non-product provider accredited as a CPD provider by the IFP.

Threesixty says the two-day workshops, which start in March, will be held in Manchester, London, South Wales, Edinburgh, Milton Keynes and Bournemouth.

The workshops will aim to explain and demonstrate how the role of supervisor can add commercial and regulatory value and will assess supervisors’ ability to deliver this value.

Threesixty strategy consultant Phil Billingham, who will be delivering the workshops, says: “Business change and TCF implementation depends on the training and competence scheme and a scheme is only as good as the supervisors who deliver it. This workshop is specifically designed to improve supervisory skills in a small firm environment.”

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