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TM Educational Programme

Our educational programme is committed to helping you and your firm set the pace in conveyancing with current industry knowledge and advice from a variety of independent, expert speakers. With regular live and online sessions scheduled, you can either attend one of our live events or interact with us remotely from the comfort of your office through our programme of webinars.

Browse our programme of educational events below.

Compliance and Risk presented by Legal Eye
Start Date/Time: 05 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 05 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
  • What needs to be included on your website to be compliant - not just the requirements of Chapter 9 of the SRA Code of Conduct, but the wider regulations protecting the consumer
  • Common pitfalls found in Client Care Letters and Terms of Business – what should be included to be compliant with Client Care requirements of the Code.
  • Risk Management – some of the current key risk areas
Speaker
Emma Robins
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes
Why is flood risk something you should consider? Presented by Landmark
Start Date/Time: 06 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 06 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
This 1hr flood CPD will look at the growing realisation that flooding has a significant impact on properties of all types, especially for insurability, business interruption, lending and decrease in value.
  • Local Risk Profile
  • Flood maps
  • Current status of Insurance – Flood RE
  • Flood Practice Note
Speaker
Vanessa Moscardo-Parker
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes
Conveyancing Risk: Identity Theft and Fraud presented by Lawyer Checker
Start Date/Time: 12 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 12 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
With the large amounts of money moved every day, it is no wonder that Conveyancing is the riskiest area of the legal industry to practice in. It is an area constantly targeted by fraud, and in the last 3 years the rise of identity theft, cybercrime and vendor conveyancer fraud has been exceptional. This seminar will inform you about these risks and how they can affect your firm, as well as providing practical tips on how to avoid them.
Speaker
Jenny Owen
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes
Flood and Energy risks in conveyancing transactions presented by GroundSure
Start Date/Time: 13 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 13 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
There is also a growing realisation that flooding has a significant impact on properties of all types, especially for insurability, business interruption, lending and decrease in value. This informative session provides an overview of how the various flood risk types can affect a residential/commercial property transaction. Delegates will also learn how they can provide clients with practical information and advice that helps their client to understand the risks and take action to address potential problems. This webinar also addresses the energy risks in property transactions exploring how Fracking, wind farms and other forms of major energy resource projects are of increasing concern to homeowners and property investors in the UK.
Speaker
Louise Clasby
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes
Conveyancing Risk: Identity Theft and Fraud presented by Lawyer Checker
Start Date/Time: 19 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 19 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
With the large amounts of money moved every day, it is no wonder that Conveyancing is the riskiest area of the legal industry to practice in. It is an area constantly targeted by fraud, and in the last 3 years the rise of identity theft, cybercrime and vendor conveyancer fraud has been exceptional. This seminar will inform you about these risks and how they can affect your firm, as well as providing practical tips on how to avoid them.
Speaker
Jenny Owen
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes
All you need to know about planning, energy and infrastructure presented by Landmark
Start Date/Time: 20 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 20 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
Nobody wants to buy a property only to find soon afterwards that there is going to be a new development or change in infrastructure that could severely affect their use and enjoyment of the property as well as its value. This 1hr CPD session will look at planning issues that may affect the property but also the local and wider area.
  • Planning policy & Legislation
  • Planning information available
  • Energy Projects – wind farms, solar farms, fracking, carbon capture storage
  • Infrastructure Projects – HS2, Cross Rail
Speaker
Vanessa Moscardo-Parker
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes
Compliance and Risk presented by Legal Eye
Start Date/Time: 26 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 26 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
  • What needs to be included on your website to be compliant - not just the requirements of Chapter 9 of the SRA Code of Conduct, but the wider regulations protecting the consumer
  • Common pitfalls found in Client Care Letters and Terms of Business – what should be included to be compliant with Client Care requirements of the Code.
  • Risk Management – some of the current key risk areas
Speaker
Emma Robins
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes
Commercial Environmental and Flood risks presented by GroundSure
Start Date/Time: 27 November 2014 13:00:00
End Date/Time: 27 November 2014 14:00:00
Location:  Online
Summary
This session is to ensure that you have the knowledge to exercise premium due diligence in their property transactions. It will investigate how environmental and flood risks can affect a commercial property transaction combining environmental liability issues with flood risk information. It will explore the impact of factors such as insurability, property valuation and lending – security status.
Speaker
Andy Crawshaw
CPD Points Available: Yes
Free To Attend: Yes