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We have so many webinars planned, partially written and ready to record, but we wanted to offer clients something different to help with training staff or just reminding staff of the practical steps to take and why they are taking them to meet the compliance standard.
From April 2021 we are offering bite-sized early morning live training sessions for our webinar clients. The session will be between 20 and 30 minutes depending on the interaction of those participating. We will be sending out the GoToMeeting details one week in advance of each session. Each session will be recorded and will be made available once the session has concluded.
We are always open to suggestions and ways to improve our services so please feel free to put forward suggestions about future bite-sized training sessions or give feedback so that we may improve the sessions.
Future sessions (dates to be determined, held at lunchtime, approximately every 3 weeks):
These sessions, both live and recorded, will be available for webinar clients ONLY.
Details of our annual subscriptions and other services are available here.
- Other stuff you are expected to know but nobody explains ... a petition has been issued/FCA regulated/Pensions/H&S or Environmental Issues
- Report writing: where to start, Rules, SIPs and story-telling
- Proof, proxies and corporate creditors
- QFC: allocation between fixed and floating assets and costs
- Time recording, files note and strategy documents, IReg 94, IP Reg 2005 (as amended October 2015) and Insolvency Guidance: Control of Cases
- Closing a case: ADMs, CVLs and MVLs
- SIP 2 / CDDA
- ADM proposals
- Further fee authority - information to be given, what you can and cannot do and who needs to approve what you are specifically seeking
For the initial 12 sessions from January to March, each session was available free of charge to current clients who were subscribed to our document packs, technical support or webinars at the date of the training session.
- Monday 11 Jan, 8am
- Monday 18 Jan, 8am
- Friday 22 Jan, 8am
Bribery Act & Brexit and End of the Transition Period
- Monday 1 Feb, 8am
GDPR and IPs’ Responsibilities for digital data, books and records: why are these two things not the same?
- Monday 8 Feb, 8am
S100 Timeline & Practical Issues: what information do I need before starting the process and what could go wrong?
- Monday 15 Feb, 8am
S100 Practical issues: Virtual Meeting v Deemed Consent
- Friday 19 Feb, 8am
SOA (all case types) & SIP 6: what really needs to go into it, who gets sent what and when, and what are the other bits of SIP 6 that I need to know about?
- Monday 1 Mar, 8am
Centrebinds - what they are, why do them, how to avoid them and if you do do one, how it affects the statutory deadlines
- Monday 8 Mar, 8am
Review of amendments to SIPs 3.2, 7 & 9
- Monday 15 Mar, 8am
S100 - do I really need to call a physical meeting and if I do, how quickly does that need to happen and what about the SoA?
- Friday 19 Mar, 8am
Pre-appointment fees and expenses - S100 and R6.7
- Monday 29 Mar, 8am
Client Accounts, Hiatus Bank Accounts and SIP 11
From April each session was available to webinar clients only.
- Thursday 15 Apr, 12 noon
Connected Party Sales in Administration and the revised SIP 16 and SIP 13
- Thursday 29 Apr, 12 noon
Debt Respite - what as an IP do you need to know?