The IFP has added a series of adviser workshops to its upcoming annual conference.
A morning workshop on 'transitioning your business', led by FP Advance's Brett Davidson, plus three afternoon workshops are available to advisers not attending the full conference as well as non-delegates.
Advisers can attend the transition workshop and their choice of the afternoon sessions for a fee of £85 for IFP members (£115 for non members), including lunch at Celtic Manor Resort.
The afternoon workshops will cover topics including 'using technology within financial planning' and 'financial planning in practice'.
All sessions will take place on the first day of the 2010 IFP annual conference, which runs from 20 to 22 September.
Nick Cann, IFP chief executive, says: "There are only two years left until businesses need to be ready to work within the RDR proposals outlined by FSA.
"This is an opportune time for advisers to either take part in just this transition workshop session or, even better, to invest their time in attending the full IFP conference.
"Mixing with peers will provide considerable help to them in establishing ways of applying appropriate knowledge and skills for clients' benefit."
More details about the workshops and the conference can be found HERE.
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