New year, new CPD
With the seasonal holidays over, now is the time to plan your continuing professional development requirements for the year ahead, so don’t miss out on 2019’s essential line up of CPD courses, tailored for LSCA members.
As part of its commitment to supporting you throughout your career, the LSCA has now introduced its Continuing Professional Development Programme: Essentials CPD.
Designed and delivered by experts who are passionate about the profession, Essentials CPD will provide you with technical expertise to keep you up to date, maintaining your reputation for quality work and reinforcing your commitment to professional and ethical standards.
Our new CPD programme is designed to help you maximise your own potential and help your team to fulfil theirs. What’s coming up:
Employment taxes update (spring)
This seminar will update you on all changes affecting employees and their employers for the coming tax year. It will draw on recent legislative change, together with proposals affecting the taxation of employment income, benefits and expenses.
Tax update (spring and autumn)
This seminar, depending on the timing, will include an update on tax changes since the Spring Finance Act, and possibly any Budget content that has been announced. It will also examine some of the future proposals in tax, identifying situations where your advice to clients may have to change.
Accounting/financial reporting update (spring)
This seminar will cover changes made to FRS 102 and FRS 105 following the triennial review. Using examples and case studies, this seminar will take a practical look at the opportunities and pitfalls of transition for entities small, medium or large, and even micro companies.
Do more in a day than you do in a week
Being effective is a crucial aspect of our wellbeing. It gives us a sense of achievement, autonomy, certainty, purpose and control, and this, in turn, leaves us more fulfilled and motivated to do more. This workshop, run by CABA, is a chance for you to step back and review what you do (goals and priorities), how you do them (strategies), and your relationship to them.