Tenet has reported a doubling from two rounds in 2014 to four in 2015 due to popular demand and increasing attendance by 80% over the same period. There were 469 delegates in 2014, rising to 844 delegates in 2015.
Based on adviser feedback, the technical level of these events are now pitched above QCF level four.
These form part of Tenet’s on-going Adviser Development Programme which has maintained a schedule of around 100 events nationwide this year. They are designed to meet advisers’ development needs and provide them with a valuable insight into key industry issues.
The programme is also CPD accredited and enables Tenet members to fulfil their annual requirements.
Phil Sheppard, Tenet member and chartered financial planner, said: “The Tenet professional development meeting (PDM) and masterclass days are critical to the successful running of our business. So much so that I attended a PDM even though I was on holiday and I’m jolly glad I did too.”
Tenet has also announced the date for its annual adviser forum for 2016, which will take place this year on Thursday 3 November at the central London venue of Altitude 360 and Sky Loft. In keeping with the venue, the theme for the forum will be ‘The Sky Is The Limit’ and adviser registration will open in March.
Helen Ball, distribution and development director, added: “Responding to adviser feedback, we are announcing our forum date earlier than ever this year and we are back in a new central London location. As before, we will be including tailored breakout sessions so that advisers can tailor a proportion of the agenda to suit their own needs.”