Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Practitioners have a continuing obligation to themselves and the community to participate in professional development that extends their knowledge and skills in areas that relevant to their practice needs.
Symmetra unconscious bias training for legal practitioners
Lawyers typically make a multitude of decisions daily, affecting themselves and others, and where unconscious biases are in play, the outcomes may be less than optimum and often contrary to your intentions.
In this interactive course, practitioners will learn about the concept of unconscious bias, how it affects their business and industry, and equip themselves with tools to increase their effectiveness in decision making situations. Videos, case studies and revealing questions engage the learner in this relevant and fast paced program. A practical toolkit is provided to enable practitioners to counteract bias in decision situations.
Please click here for further information about this training.
Eligible for 1 CPD unit in any compulsory area:
- Ethics and Professional Responsibility
- Practice Management
- Business and Professional Skills
If you would like to take part in the Symmetra unconscious bias training please click here to register.
About mandatory CPD
Practitioners have a continuing duty to meet this obligation. More...
Practitioners are required to submit an annual compliance certificate to the Society. More...
Need CPD points?
There are a variety of in ways which practitioners can accrue their 10 CPD points annually. More...
CPD obligations may now be completed online through LawCPD. More...
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Present a CPD
Practitioners may earn up to five CPD points presenting a CPD. More...
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Online registration for CPDs
Registrations for CPDs will only be accepted online. Payments options are credit card and cheque. If you have any questions about using the online registration system please contact the Society.
24 hours Notice of Cancellation is required or attendees firm will be invoiced. Substitutions can be made at any time. No refunds or credits will be given to delegates who fail to attend the event.
Page last updated 4 September 2015