Teachers' Pensions are running a programme of free one-day seminars across the country as well as webinars that guide teachers through changes to the Teachers' Pension Scheme. They are apparently endorsed and funded by the DfE so I am guessing that the advice should be up-to-date and reliable. They seem pretty popular as most of the seminars are already fully booked and they look like a good networking opportunity to share experiences with other teachers approaching retirement. I wondered if other colleagues had been on any of the TP seminars or webinars? A few colleagues I know have been on privately-run courses before but told me that they were expensive and schools were reluctant to fund them. Also, many of them were actually run by financial advisors with the main thrust of the day being around investing your pension lump sum with them.