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NEW “How To” stream added to One Hour Series

How to insolvency

ISS Training is pleased to announce the addition of a new, fourth stream to our One Hour Series – “How To”. The focus in our new How To series is practical and concentrates on the steps that you might take to complete a specific task or to progress a matter.

All of our webinars consider the practical issues in relation to the subject matter, but our How To series will explain what you should do and How To do it.

This will include best practice, statutory or regulatory frameworks, and practical demonstrations on completing the matter in hand. For example, this could be how to deal with a retention of title claim from start to finish; how to investigate a bounce back loan in insolvency; how to structure the appointment process of a CVL.

Designed as a refresher on best practice, or a practical introduction to a topic and how to deal with it, these webinars are useful if you want to update your knowledge and/or to provide practical training to your team. The session will also reflect current regulatory expectations.

In due course, our How To series will build into an online Learning Library, alongside existing webinars. Please do let us know if you have any particular subjects that you wish us to cover.

Look out for our new How To series throughout 2023, alongside the ever popular existing streams: Business Insolvency, Protecting Your Licence and Technical Short.

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Phone: 0845 601 7570

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