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JSCCA launches free CPD seminars for members

JSCCA launches free CPD seminars for members

Tuesday 04 May 2021

JSCCA launches free CPD seminars for members

The Jersey Society of Chartered and Certified Accountants has launched a new series of free CPD seminars, that will be held virtually, and open to all members of the Society.

The Executive Committee said it believed it was important to provide as many training opportunities as possible for 2021 and beyond.

JSCCA Chairman, James de Veulle commented: “As President of the JSCCA I am committed to us providing quality CPD to our members. This year businesses and firms have all been affected by COVID and therefore I am delighted this year that we as the JSCCA will provide 10 hours of free bite size CPD sessions during the year to our members.

"We are also expecting to host our 2 Day Annual CPD Conference at the Radisson in October which will provide industry and technical updates to accountants and our other professional colleagues. I would like to thank Catherine Watson, Chair of the JSCCA Training Committee and our JSCCA Secretary Caroline Harrington for their commitment and support on this programme."

 All seminars will be held over a lunchtime online via Webinarjam and all members who attend will be entitled to a CPD certificate.

 Chair of the JSCCA Training Sub-Committee, Catherine Watson added: “As the JSCCA we want to ensure we provide relevant and practical CPD as well as soft skills development to our members. We hope that having online CPD bite-size sessions will provide our members the opportunity to attend these sessions from the office or home as they adjust to the relaxation of restrictions. We are privileged that we can offer a programme of such high calibre speakers to our members; I would like to pass on our appreciation to our speakers this year and welcome all our members to attend these sessions during 2021."

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