Qualified law and accountancy professionals are required to undertake CPD (continuing professional development). All professionals who are in legal or accounting practice are required to complete a minimum number of hours of CPD course training per year. In some cases a proportion of the requirement must be met by participating in courses that are offered by accredited CPD training course providers.
Requirements for law CPD points and ACCA CPD units
CPD points requirements are determined by the relevant regulatory body. For example, Law CPD points requirements are determined by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (the SRA). CPD unit training course requirements for ACCA members are determined by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Law and accounting professionals are encouraged to assume responsibility for their own development by choosing from a wide range of activities relevant to their professional responsibilities and personal development.
Our CPD course training program
Popular CPD courses for our clients include:
- Processes for company sale and acquisitions
- Private equity LBOs and MBOs
- Deal negotiation
- Commercial awareness CPD courses and finance for non-financial managers
- Company valuation training
- CPD courses in mergers, acquisitions, banking and debt products
- Excel financial modelling training courses.
Law CPD course and ACCA CPD points requirements
For more details for instance regarding CPD training course requirements for Law, ACCA and other professional bodies, please see: