Webinars are a great way to pick up information, hints, tips and knowledge at a location convenient for you and on an internet-enabled device with which you are familiar.
We are offering a series of free 60-minute webinars on a range of topics, so you can take a break, ask questions, make comments and improve your skills or knowledge all at the same time. Each of our webinars in this series counts towards continuing professional development (CPD). Each webinar equates to one hour or one unit of CPD. Note that the recorded webinars are available here or by following the navigation to recorded webinars.
15 Feb 2017 12.30-13.30 GMT
Co-hosted by Ernst and Young and CIPFA, this FREE webinar will discuss CIPFA’s wide range of support available to help you manage an effective accounts closedown process, in order to meet shorter deadlines, improve efficiency and free up staff time. The webinar will also include an overview demonstration on the new CIPFA Closedown software management tool.
Learn more about this webinar and register your place.
23 Feb 2017 12.30-13.30 GMT
This FREE lunch and learn webinar provides a key practitioner’s insight into the changes in the 2016/17 Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting in the United Kingdom for the 'Telling the Story' review.
Please follow this link to check you are able to access and use the software before the day of the event.
Step 1: Simply click on the link for the webinar that interests you and you will see a page with more details to enter for direct entry into the webinar platform or an option for step 2 below. This is because we occasionally work with partners to deliver our webinars which will bypass step 2 below.
Step 2: Once you are ready to book your place simply click on the icon at the top of each event page and provide your contact details.
Step 3: Once we receive your booking we will ask you to add your first name, last name and email address for the webinar platform and we will confirm by email your joining details.
If you have any questions please contact us on E: email@example.com or telephone T: 020 7543 5600.
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