You’re likely well aware that the 31 March deadline for your mandatory CPD is fast approaching. And given the busier-than-usual year that was 2020, you’ve probably got some catching up to do.
So forget about those lengthy month-long courses, and instead select options that allow you to nab the points you need in a matter of days – or even hours.
With The College of Law’s CPD bundles, you can tick off all your mandatories in one fell swoop.
These popular bundles allow you to complete the three vital points across ethics, practice management and business skills. And they’re all on offer before the deadline:
Mandatory CPD Bundle 1 | 16 March 2021, 3 CPD
Mandatory CPD Bundle 2 | 31 March 2021, 3 CPD
If your schedule is making it difficult to attend training at a set date or location, CPD Interactive may be the solution.
A yearly subscription-based program, CPD Interactive allows you to choose from 75 courses, all of which you can complete online – at your own pace.
Most courses take one hour and incorporate interactive online learning features including video and audio.
If you don’t want to commit to a full-year subscription – and you’re interested in just one or two specific courses – The College of Law’s On Demand is the answer.
With over 20 courses to choose from, On Demand allows you to cover off all your mandatories or complete your substantive law points.
Not only does this training equip you with a vital skill in today’s legal world, it’s also one of the best value-for-money courses on our schedule.
For $295 you’ll get five hours’ worth of training, 5 CPD points – and the skills and confidence to support your colleagues who may be experiencing mental health issues.
If you’ve been thinking about making the transition from solicitor to principal or partner, now’s the chance to acquire the skills you need – while also meeting your CPD requirements.
Taught over four days, the Legal Practice Management course will give you the skills and business acumen you need to manage a legal practice and if you are eligible, apply to your local legal professional body for an unrestricted practising certificate.
The clock is ticking – and spaces are filling. So, avoid disappointment by locking in your courses today.