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By Beth Pipe
In my first blog I talked about CPD Training Prisoners and, whether or not the SRA change their requirements regarding CPD points, there may well come a time that you find yourself on a training course wondering what on earth you’re doing there. But training courses aren’t just about the training, so I’ve put together a few helpful guidelines to help make the day pass a little less painfully for all involved.
Well, I hope some of that helps. At the very least the course will probably look good on your CV because, let's face it, who wants to continue working for a manager who sends people on courses without discussing it with them first?
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