Throughout May Geodesys will be holding a series of webinars giving an insight into AML, the CON29DW, the New Build DW and CQS assessment.
These webinars will be run by Geodesys Product Manager Jonny Davey who has a wealth of knowledge and expertise on these topics.
AML - Are you covered?
An overview of the basics of AML and how to ensure your firm is doing it's due diligence. We'll also be running through the AML solution on offer from Geodesys.
Date: Wednesday, 6 May, 10.30am - 11.00am
An in-depth look at the Geodesys New Build Drainage and Water Report
The New Build DW was launched in 2019 and is specifically designed for new build homes in the Anglian Water region. The report is the first of its kind and is based on client feedback that existing drainage and water reports weren't suitable for requirements.
Date: Friday, 15 May, 11am - 11.30am
The advantages of an official drainage and water report
Find out how the CON29DW looks at drainage and water issues affecting homeowners, and how these can impact future development. This webinar is a great opportunity for you to hear how the report makes it easier for you and the homebuyer to identify potential issues.
Date: Thursday, 21 May, 2.00pm - 2.30pm
If you have any questions about our upcoming webinars please get in touch with the marketing team on email@example.com.
Get ready for CQS assessment
ln February 2019 the Law Society updated and expanded the Core Practice Management Standards (CPMS) for their Conveyancing Quality Scheme. All law firm members of CQS were required to update and embed the requirements by 1st May 2019.
Towards the end of the year the Law Society started their pilot assessment scheme involving desk-based assessments and on-site visits. Geodesys is working with the Law Society to promote understanding of the CQS, and in this talk we look at specific requirements of the CPMS, what’s involved in assessment and the Law Society findings from the pilot.
We also take a look at how Geodesys can assist and support your practice with CQS compliance.
Date: Wednesday 27 May, 2.00pm-2.30pm