Need an Easy Way to Get Your CPD Hours?
Want unlimited access to Ontario Law Association certified videos?
Want instant proof of attendance certificates?
Want multi-viewer capabilities?
Want to be able to track what you've watched?
FOLA has you covered!
The Law Society’s Coach and Advisor Network (CAN) provides lawyers with access to shorter-term, outcome-oriented relationships with Coaches and Advisors drawn from the profession.
CAN is always recruiting leaders in the profession. Sound like you?
Help others while you earn CPD credits!
FOLA has partnered with CPDonline.ca to provide Ontario's law association members access to their extensive cpd library for just $399.00 per year. All their videos are fully accredited and their vast array of content is available 24/7.
As a bonus, CPDOnline will pay Law Associations $100 per association subscriber - RENEWALS INCLUDED!
REMINDER: All lawyers who have a CPD obligation for 2019, and who do not complete and/or report their CPD Hours through the Law Society Portal by December 31, 2019, will be charged a late reporting fee of $200, in addition to being subject to administrative suspension.
Don't let that message catch you off guard!
The Law Society no longer makes calls to remind licensees about administrative obligations. You should visit CPD the Portal regularly to view important documents, upcoming deadlines, and keep your email and other contact information current.
Looking for more reasons why lawyers should join your association? CPDOnline now allows for group viewing!
Remote Viewing, using Zoom or Skype, is the perfect way for lawyers to watch CPDonline videos together when at home. The Multi-Viewer feature allows everyone to earn CPD credits while doing it.
CPDOnline will also pay for your content!
Your Association's CPD videos are an untapped goldmine! Through FOLA's arrangement, you can reach out to Paul Byrne at CPDOnline and discuss how you can earn money through selling them your existing videos.
The Carleton County Law Association, Halton LA, Middlesex LA, Frontenac LA, and Lanark LA have all jumped on board!
You should too! Contact Paul today at firstname.lastname@example.org!
"CPDonline’s programs are professional and the website is easy to use. The videos are also a much better price and quality compared to other on-demand providers."
Frances Brennan, Criminal Lawyer, Individual Subscriber
"We have five lawyers in the firm; we use to spend around $6000.00 per year. Now with CPDonline we spend a fraction of that…$1566.00."
Nicholas E. Gehl, Wills Estates, Real Estate, Firm Subscriber
“This has been a godsend for my budget. Having access to these videos has also been a huge convenience. My goal is to learn more, and these videos have been excellent.”
Sonja Barnes, General Practice, Individual Subscriber
YOUR ASSOCIATION WINS, YOUR MEMBERS WIN, AND YOUR LIBRARIAN WINS!
By becoming subscribers to CPDonline, your members would have on-demand access to the best CPD available.
They would save hundreds per year on what they would otherwise pay and your association would receive thousands (maybe even tens of thousands) of dollars every year.
Plus, showing CPDonline videos to groups will reinforce the library as a CPD resource centre and meeting place for members.
For every member who purchases a CPDonline subscription, CPDOnline will pay your Association $100.00 - EACH & EVERY year! - Renewals included!
Your members must get their 12 hours of CPD per year. But why should they pay as much as 4x the price elsewhere to get hours?
CPDonline has Ontario Law Association content for as little as $399.00 per year!
When groups are CPDonline subscribers, it’s hassle free for the librarian: no fees to collect, no handouts to print, no attendance certificates to disseminate.
These administrative undertakings are automated because the members are CPDonline subscribers.
All handouts are made available in their CPDonline accounts & certificates are automatically emailed to each attendee.
So what does the Librarian have to do to show CPDonline videos to subscribers?
1. Add the email addresses of attendees in the field under the video
2. Hit the Play button.
Are you ready to take charge of your professional development?
The Law Society’s Coach and Advisor Network (CAN) provides lawyers and paralegals with access to shorter-term, outcome-oriented relationships with Coaches and Advisors drawn from the professions. Coaches support the implementation of best practices and Advisors assist with substantive and procedural law inquiries on client files.
Are you willing to invest your time and help others improve their professional competence?
CAN will provide you with resources, tools and training to ensure you are prepared for your Coach or Advisor Sessions.
The Law Society will help you to help others while YOU develop enhance your skills, and earn CPD Hours.
Coaches support the implementation of best practices and Advisors assist with substantive and procedural law inquiries on client files.
CAN recognizes that lawyers need different types of support at different times and CAN will serve as a complement to existing mentorship programs in Ontario.
All licensees who are entitled to practice law or provide legal services are invited to apply, and as part of the Law Society’s mandate to ensure access to justice and that both law and the practice of law are reflective of all the peoples of Ontario, we support and encourage racialized, Indigenous, Francophone and equity-seeking licensees to consider applying.