Thinking Ahead To 2019
The team at the Society of Will Writers (SWW) are planning ahead well into 2019. We’ve set college dates for courses, we’re pleased to announce the conference dates are the 7th and 8th October next year and we have even chosen a new venue – The Hilton Hotel at East Midlands Airport with easy access by road, rail and air.
Not only have we been planning events for 2019 but we have been looking at ways that we can better support our members. SWW Members are already entitled to a host of benefits like technical support*, access to comprehensive insurance*, discount on training courses, access to regional groups, discounted rates on Sure Will Writer, a profile on the ‘find a member’ page and more…
As a membership organisation it is as important to us that you make the most of your membership as it is to you. For this reason, we have been busy developing a brand new membership manual. The new manual which will launch on the 2nd January and will be located on the members area of the SWW website. The manual will give you information on growing your business, your existing benefits, handling complaints, locum arrangements, the SWW’s Code of Practice, Funeral Plans, Run-off insurance, Terms of Business, and lots more.
The team at the SWW have drawn together a lot of the resources available to SWW members in one handy manual so that you have as much support at your fingertips (and on your computer or laptop screen) as possible.
We’re certainly not complacent. We have grown to become the largest self-regulatory body of our type through listening to and understanding the needs of the professionals we work with, and will continue to drive forward the development of the SWW working with the passionate professionals under the SWW banner.
If you would like to know more about what it takes to become an SWW member or what we can offer to your business then please give our friendly team a call. We’d love to hear from you.
*benefit for full members’
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