D-9.2, r. 14.1 - Regulation respecting the compulsory professional development of financial planners

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2. In this Regulation,
PDU means a professional development unit consisting of one hour of training activity that satisfies one of the following requirements:
(1)  it is recognized by the Authority pursuant to Division III;
(2)  it is developed and provided by:
(a)  the Institut québécois de planification financière or in partnership therewith;
(b)  a recognized supplier;
reference period means any 24-month period beginning on 1 December of an odd-numbered year;
recognized supplier means an organization that has obtained recognition from the Authority as a supplier of professional development activities in accordance with Division II.1;
trainer means a natural person who acts as an instructor or facilitator and who provides a training activity.
M.O. 2011-07, s. 2; 2017-05M.O. 2017-05, s. 1.
2. In this Regulation,
“PDU” means a professional development unit consisting of one hour of training activity developed and provided by or in partnership with the Institut québécois de planification financière (the “IQPF”) or recognized by the Authority pursuant to Division III;
“reference period” means any 24-month period beginning on 1 December of an odd-numbered year;
“trainer” means a natural person who acts as an instructor or facilitator and who provides a training activity.
M.O. 2011-07, s. 2.