Professional Development 23 April
Written on the 23 April 2020 by SAFCA
Case note training - presented by Paul Gillett, lawyer - 2 PD points
Paul Gillett is a lawyer with expertise in consumer credit, litigation and class actions, with many years of experience advising and assisting financial counsellors as a solicitor (and later, Director of Legal Practice) with the Consumer Action Law Centre.
Paul will present training on writing good case notes, and there will be the opportunity to discuss case studies and questions during this interactive session.
The webinar will be presented via Zoom.
Tuesday, 19th May, 2020, 10am.
Interactive webinar. Cost $15.00
Superannuation - presented by HESTA - 2 PD points
Learn about insurance in superannuation, lost superannuation, low income benefits, early release of superannuation. This 1 hour free and interactive session will be presented by HESTA as part of their community education.
If you have a burning question for HESTA, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be time for questions and answers in the session.
Thursday 7th May, 2020, 9.30am
Interactive webinar, Cost: free
ASIC Financial Wellbeing Network Webinar - 2 PD points
To kick off our series of Financial Wellbeing Network webinars, our first speaker will be Warren Day, Executive Director, Assessment and Intelligence. Warren will be speaking on some of the emerging consumer protection issues in the current climate and ASIC's regulatory focus.
We look forward to you joining us via Zoom! Click on the link to register
Thursday 7th May, 11am - 11.45am
Advanced Problem Gambling Awareness Training - 6 PD points
This training is available to SAFCA members. Develop skills, knowledge and capability to respond to and work with gambling issues of financial counselling.
This training is offered online, 2 x 2.5 hour sessions. You must complete both sessions to receive a certificate of attendance.
Dates: 4th and 11th June 2020
Time: 9.30am to 12pm
Interactive online training
To register, click on the link below. You will be sent a link to the webinars closer to the date, and this will also contain the workbook necessary for the course.
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