Intermediaries studying for their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) qualification can earn p...
Intermediaries studying for their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) qualification can earn points towards completing it by attending the Association of Medical Insurance Intermediaries' (AMII) annual conference next month.
The conference has been officially accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and delegates can claim 15 CPD points for each relevant session they attend.
Delegates can also opt out of the main event to attend smaller, niche-driven seminars.
As a special offer to COVER subscribers, AMII will offer complimentary registration for its 'Intro to PMI' session.
The conference and dinner will be held at the Hinckley Island Hotel near Coventry on 18 June and are open to AMII members and non-members.
For details on attending, please contact Claire Chapman on 01932 240 124 or visit www.campaignpartners.co.uk/amii.
COVER readers wishing to take advantage of the free registration should visit www.campaignpartners.co.uk/amii/pmi.htm.
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