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Course Date: 25/10/2017

The Minimum Competency Code sets out the minimum standard required by law for persons providing advice on or arranging financial products for consumers. Persons or entities who fail to meet the minimum standard required by the Code will not be permitted to provide advice to consumers on retail financial products, such as Payment Protection Insurance or to arrange retail financial products for consumers.

Accredited individuals are required to complete 15 hours formal CPD annually. SIMI Consumer Credit CPD modules are designed specifically for accredited individuals (‘grandfathered’ and qualified) in the motor industry who have attained and continue to satisfy the specified minimum competency code (Minimum Competency Code 2011).    

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Course Date: 10/10/2017

Mistakes when dealing with VAT and VRT can be costly – significant changes to the treatment of VAT in the Motor Industry have happened in recent years and it is essential that you and your staff are aware of the correct procedures and are up to date.  SIMI revise the content and format of this training programme on an ongoing basis to ensure that it meets the needs of members by dealing with areas such as the New Scheme providing for an Export Repayment of VRT which is available since 8th April 2013 - Used car imports, and the treatment of pre-registered vehicles - the difference between demonstrators/pre-registered for own use and those that are put out to car hire.  The programme is suitable for accounts and sales staff in retail garages

 

The Trainer Jimmy Rynhart, Director of Indirect Tax at BDO is an expert in this area with many years of experience of working with Motor Industry Businesses.

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Course Date: 13/09/2017

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This CPD course is designed specifically for accredited individuals (‘grandfathered’ and qualified) in the motor industry who have attained and continue to satisfy the specified minimum competency code (Minimum Competency Code 2011), and who:

  • Provide advice to consumers on retail financial products, including Payment protection insurance, or
  • Arrange or offer to arrange retail financial products for consumers.

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Course Date: 29/08/2017

This half day course can be delivered at regional venues subject to sufficient numbers. If you are interested in attending please contact Margaret O'Shea at SIMI for detail  of next course. Email: training@simi.ie

Mistakes when dealing with VAT and VRT can be costly – significant changes to the treatment of VAT in the Motor Industry have happened in recent years and it is essential that you and your staff are aware of the correct procedures and are up to date. SIMI revise the content and format of this training programme on an ongoing basis to ensure that it meets the needs of members by dealing with areas such as the New Scheme providing for an Export Repayment of VRT which is available since 8th April 2013 - Used car imports, and the treatment of pre-registered vehicles - the difference between demonstrators/pre-registered for own use and those that are put out to car hire. 

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Course Date: 08/06/2017

As you are aware the Minimum Competency Code sets out the minimum standard required by law for persons providing advice on or arranging financial products for consumers. Persons or entities who fail to meet the minimum standard required by the Code will not be permitted to provide advice to consumers on retail financial products, such as Payment Protection Insurance or to arrange retail financial products for consumers.      Accredited individuals are required to complete 15 hours formal CPD annually. SIMI Consumer Credit CPD modules are designed specifically for accredited individuals (‘grandfathered’ and qualified) in the Motor Industry who have attained and continue to satisfy the specified minimum competency code (Minimum Competency Code 2011).    

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Course Date: 23/05/2017

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Mistakes when dealing with VAT and VRT can be costly – significant changes to the treatment of VAT in the Motor Industry have happened in recent years and it is essential that you and your staff are aware of the correct procedures and are up to date.  SIMI revise the content and format of this training programme on an ongoing basis to ensure that it meets the needs of members by dealing with areas such as the New Scheme providing for an Export Repayment of VRT which is available since 8th April 2013 - Used car imports, and the treatment of pre-registered vehicles - the difference between demonstrators/pre-registered for own use and those that are put out to car hire.  The programme is suitable for accounts and sales staff in retail garages.  Each topic will be examined and explained in detail and there will be ample time for questions and answers.

The Trainer Jimmy Rynhart, Director of Indirect Tax at BDO is an expert in this area with many years of experience of working with Motor Industry Businesses.

 

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Course Date: 25/04/2017

Mistakes when dealing with VAT and VRT can be costly – significant changes to the treatment of VAT in the Motor Industry have happened in recent years and it is essential that you and your staff are aware of the correct procedures and are up to date.  SIMI revise the content and format of this training programme on an ongoing basis to ensure that it meets the needs of members.  The programme is suitable for accounts and sales staff in retail garages.  Each topic will be examined and explained in detail and there will be ample time for questions and answers.

The Trainer Jimmy Rynhart, Director of Indirect Tax at BDO is an expert in this area with many years of experience of working with Motor Industry Businesses.

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Course Date: 08/09/2016

 
The Minimum Competency Code sets out the minimum standard required by law for persons providing advice on or arranging financial products for consumers. Persons or entities who fail to meet the minimum standard required by the Code will not be permitted to provide advice to consumers on retail financial products, such as Payment Protection Insurance or to arrange retail financial products for consumers.    
 
 
 

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Course Date: 09/06/2016

As you are aware the Minimum Competency Code sets out the minimum standard required by law for persons providing advice on or arranging financial products for consumers. Persons or entities who fail to meet the minimum standard required by the Code will not be permitted to provide advice to consumers on retail financial products, such as Payment Protection Insurance or to arrange retail financial products for consumers.      Accredited individuals are required to complete 15 hours formal CPD annually. SIMI Consumer Credit CPD modules are designed specifically for accredited individuals (‘grandfathered’ and qualified) in the Motor Industry who have attained and continue to satisfy the specified minimum competency code (Minimum Competency Code 2011).    In order to provide a cost effective solution for CPD training  a discounted package for members covering 11 CPD hours is available for 2016, the all-inclusive price of €265 offers a saving of €30 if you book and pay in advance-see below.

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Course Date: 21/04/2016

The programme is suitable for accounts and sales staff in retail garages.  Each topic will be examined and explained in detail and there will be ample time for questions and answers. The Trainer Jimmy Rynhart, Director of Indirect Tax at BDO is an expert in this area with many years of experience of working with Motor Industry Businesses.

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