UK - The NAPF is hosting a range of training courses to assist those in the pensions industry this summer.
Its 2004 programme – which runs from March 30 to the end of June – will cover seminars on communications, investment, scheme administration and trusteeship.
Its communications course will explore the way in which pension scheme decisions and the effects on individuals are communicated. To register online go to www.napf.co.uk.
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