For CPD events for property professionals across the Chilterns and Thames Valley

Join us

3CPD organises a range of evening CPD seminars throughout the year from September to July, aiming to cover topical subjects across the property disciplines.  Anyone may attend these seminars for a fee of £20.00 per event.

By taking out an annual subscription to 3CPD, you may attend any or all the evening seminars for free. In addition, subscribers are offered discounts off the booking fee to other events such as the Five Counties Conference and the Building Surveyors' Oxford Briefing.

Join today by contacting Guy Pullen, guy@3cpd.co.uk.

Fees

The annual subscription for an individual for 2017 is £70.00 (including VAT).  There are discounts for two or more individuals from the same organisation.  Please contact us for further details.

All APC candidates and students are eligible to attend evening seminars for FREE and to receive the appropriate 3CPD subscriber discount for other events.

For non-subscribers (other than APC candidates and students) the  fee for evening seminars is £20.00 (including VAT).

Terms

Payment terms:  Payment for daytime/weekend conferences must be made with the booking, or via a request for an invoice with payment due within 7 days of receipt of invoice.  A refund will be given up to one month prior to the event less an administration charge.  No refund will be given if cancellation is less than a month prior to the event.    Substitute delegates will be accepted if details are received via email or letter up to one week prior to the event.

We reserve the right to cancel any event in which case all monies will be refunded.

We reserve the right to make changes to the programme or to substitute speakers or to amend or cancel timings for reasons beyond our control.

The views expressed at our events are personal to the speakers and are not attributable to 3CPD Ltd which accepts no responsibility for them.  Delegates are recommended to take specific independent advice.

3CPD Ltd is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998.