Member feedback helps improve training offer

The BVRLA’s Learning & Development team’s aim is always to provide relevant, high quality, reasonably priced, innovative Learning & Development programmes for members.

Developing, supporting, and improving industry-wide skills can only be done through member feedback, particularly when deciding on course subjects and course development. 

Through acting on feedback received the association has launched eight well-received instructor-led online courses so far this year, with a further two courses coming in Quarter 4.  

By the end of 2021, the association is on schedule to have facilitated more than 80 courses for over 480 delegates. To view the remaining course places for 2021, see the Learning & Development calendar

The BVRLA e-Learning Platform also continues to steadily grow and support members to evidence their compliance with the association's Code of Conduct and the Financial Conduct Authority's training and competence regime. More than 2,200 learners are now taking advantage of this cost-effective solution. More details on the e-Learning Platform

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