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Circular 24 of 2022: Training Webinars for Healthcare Brokers 2022

The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) will be hosting live training webinars for Accredited Healthcare Brokers. The webinars will take place on CMS’ virtual classroom over two days, followed by a compulsory assessment to ensure the transfer of knowledge.

The sessions will cover the following topics:

  • Compliance requirements for Financial Service Providers (FSPs) and understanding of Board Notice 194
  • The FAIS Act and the code of conduct for FSPs
  • The Medical Schemes Act and accompanying regulations
  • Broker conduct and ethical behaviour
  • Overview of healthcare and PMB Costs
  • PMB definition guidelines and COVID-19

 

COST:

The cost is R350.00 per intake.

 

DATES:

The intake dates are as follows:

Intake 1: 09 – 10 May 2022 (Assessment 10 May)

Intake 2: 12 – 13 May 2022 (Assessment 13 May)

 

CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD):

Delegates will be able to claim CPD hours from the Financial Planning Institute upon approval by the FPI. Delegates can only claim allocated CPD hours if they have attended the full two days and successfully completed the assessment.

 

REGISTRATION:

Click here to register for the workshop.

To complete registration, Brokers must deposit their registration fee into the Council for Medical Schemes account (using their full name, surname, and Broker Accreditation (BR) number as references when depositing) before attending. Kindly send your proof of payment to education@medicalschemes.co.za five days before the chosen date of the training. No group registration using one BR number is allowed.

Please note: The agenda and the link for the webinar will only be sent to delegates who have paid for the training. Failure to do so will automatically place you in the next intake.

Download the Circular here.

For all the latest updates regarding the coronavirus pandemic in South Africa, please visit the SA Coronavirus Website.

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