Professional review dates Aug/Sep/Oct 2012, next Assessor Conference, Verifier meeting minutes

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Posted by APM on 16th May 2012

Please see attached below the minutes of the RPP Verifiers meeting which took place on 3rd May 2012. All assessors are asked to read the minutes as they contain many important points, of particular note are:

 

  • The next professional review dates have been scheduled as follows:   

Manchester:    15/08/12         

London:           19/09/12

Manchester:    16/10/12

Exact locations to be advised

If anyone can recommend good value (free?) meeting space suitable for PRs (initially in the London and Manchester areas but eventually in other main hubs) please contact andrea.kallides@apm.org.uk

Please let Andrea know for which of these dates you are available. Assessors are allocated approx. 1 month prior to each event - if you have not heard from Andrea by then, the date can be released. Please update us if your availability changes.  

 

  • The next RPP Assessor Conference will take place on 25th October 2012 at the same venue: ETC Venues, The Hatton, Farringdon, London

Assessors are reminded that they are contractually obliged to attend at least one Assessor Conference per year. Please confirm your attendance with Andrea. There will be a new set of preparation work which assessors are expected to complete prior to the meeting. More details will be sent closer to the time.

  • Assessors and verifiers can claim CPD for attending Assessor Conferences and Verifier meetings within the last 12 months. Requests for CPD certificates should be sent to John Zachar / Andrea Kallides.       

 

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