Whitstable, United Kingdom, November 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Society of Education Consultants has announced that a workshop at the SEC conference and AGM in November will be led by Paul Perlin, founder of Paul Perlin & Co chartered accountants. The workshop will be of benefit to any education consultants who are considering starting up their own education consultancy, and consultants who have been in practice for some time, but haven't had the opportunity to speak to an accountant. The conference is taking place at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts (RSA) on Friday 20th November 2009. For more information, and to register for attendance, visit www.sec.org.uk or call 0845 345 7932.
"A significant proportion of our members are self-employed education consultants, or have joined the SEC in preparation for starting their own education consultancy firm," said Adam Caller, Marketing Officer for the SEC. "In light of this, we felt it would be of benefit to our members to have specialist advice from a chartered accountant who is highly experienced in advising businesses at both the start up stage, and later in the business lifecycle too. Paul will be available to answer individual questions, such as those regarding the best structure for a new consultancy firm, concerns about VAT and tax advice."
"Paul Perlin established his accountancy firm thirty years ago," Adam continued. "As well as being an expert in the intricacies of business finance, he is also very approachable, and sympathetic to the concerns of individuals striking out on their own. Paul sees recession as a time of opportunity, when people who have been fearful about leaving a stable job suddenly find themselves in different circumstances and are no longer held back. I'm sure that his enthusiasm and encouragement, coupled with solid financial advice will be well received at the November conference," Adam concluded.
About the Society of Education Consultants
Formed in 1990, the Society of Education Consultants serves professionals working across the whole education and children's services spectrum. The range of SEC members encompasses consultants who work as individuals, in partnerships, or in association with larger consultancies or organisations. The SEC has two primary functions, the one of which is providing information and support to education consultants, meeting their professional and developmental needs at all stages of their education consultancy career. Members also have access to a comprehensive professional indemnity insurance scheme at preferential rates.
The second function of the SEC is to provide a one stop shop to individuals, education and children's services managers and governors, whether in schools, LEAs, higher education establishments, or other institutions looking for high quality professional help and support. Those who use the SEC to find education consultants are assured that members can provide the high-quality education consultancy needed to provide the education support they are seeking. All SEC members work to a strict Code of Practice that provides a benchmark for their integrity and the quality of their work.