News and Events
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University of Hertfordshire are offering CPD sessions on topics covering the compulsory ‘professional element’ required in the annual CPD scheme. Topics on offer:
- Refreshing your knowledge and understanding of professional ethics, including the Code of Conduct
- Improving knowledge of primary business in which your clients work (business awareness)
- Developing an understanding of the issues which may affect your clients (social awareness)
- Developing your client communication skills
- Improving your skills dealing with challenging clients
- Refreshing your knowledge and understanding of diversity issues
- Improving your time management skills.
If you are interested in any of the sessions above please email us the topic of interest, plus any preference when you would like these lectures to take place. The branch committee is prepared in principle to use some of the branch funds to defray the cost of putting these lectures on.
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On 31 January the Hertfordshire Branch held its Annual General Meeting at the University of Hertfordshire. The evening began with a speech by Branch Chair Roger Ralph who talked about the affiliation with the University of Hertfordshire and how well this pilot project is running, as well as providing a recap of all Branch events and activities in 2017. Committee members were elected and re-elected, with Roger Ralph returning as Chair, David Edwards returning as Vice Chair, Andrew Dunkley returning as Branch Treasurer, Anthea Powell returning as Branch Secretary and Nina Roby elected as Social Secretary.
CILEx President Millicent Grant was in attendance and gave a speech about how CILEx was progressing as an organisation. CILEx CEO Linda Ford was also in attendance and gave an excellent speech about the CILEx is Changing campaign, the new Board structure and the new brand identity, amongst other things.
After the event a buffet dinner and drinks were provided and people networked and enjoyed themselves.
Careers Fair - Reach Free School
Roger Ralph and Nina Roby from the Hertfordshire Branch attended a careers fair at the Reach Free School as part of the 'Inspire the Future' programme. The stand proved very popular, with 49 expressions of interest. Overall it was a very successful event. We were thanked by the school for our participation in the event and were invited back next year!
St Albans Legal Walk
The branch members took part in the St Albans Legal Walk. We topped the league ! We were the smallest team but raised the most money...a fantastic £522.50!