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|Interest growing in what the CEAA has to offer|
|Tuesday, 16 February 2016|
Interest in the Certificated Enforcement Agents Association (CEAA) has continued to steadily grow, not only with regard to membership but also the number of Local Authorities and Enforcement Agent companies endorsing the Ethos of the association.
By endorsing the Ethos of the CEAA they are agreeing to support its work to provide a solid base on which all Enforcement Agents will be given the opportunity to improve their knowledge, compete fairly for contracts and provide a professional service to both clients and debtors alike.
They are also agreeing to support it by only using Enforcement Agents who are members of the CEAA on the enforcement of Instructions issued to or by them.
There has also been enormous interest in the Joint LACEF (Local Authority Civil Enforcement Forum) CEAA (Certificated Enforcement Agents Association) Spring Workshop, which takes place in Luton on the 23 March 2016 entitled “What you need to know about setting up an in-house bailiff team - Compliance, Staffing and Training".
Dave Rayner, one of the founding members of the CEAA said, “Interest in the workshop has exceeded all of our expectations and is nearly sold out, and we are looking forward to a very informative day”. He went on to add that apart from some “excellent speakers the workshop will also see the launch of a new product backed by the CEAA which will have significant impact on self- employed Enforcement Agents which will not only be of financial benefit but will also help with their overall business”.
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