Welcome to Aon Hewitt's Pensions Training Hub
Pensions are an important and complex area. Trustees and others involved with running pension arrangements require sufficient training to enable them to fulfil their roles effectively and efficiently.
Members of pension arrangements can also benefit from pre-retirement seminars, preparing them for the major change in lifestyle and income retirement brings.
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We also have some helpful materials to assist you in your role as a Trustee, including a Trustee Training Log and a Gap Indicator to show where you should focus your training.
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Most seminars take place at The Aon Centre, The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4AN. Our full-day and half-day seminars include lunch, refreshments and handouts. Seminars at other locations can be arranged upon request.
The courses have been designed specifically to cover the scope of The Pensions Regulators Code of Practice and are rooted firmly in the reality of day-to-day trusteeship.
If you have any queries about our courses do not hesitate to contact one of the Pensions Training Team on 01372 733907 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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