The Perception of the public on the Professional research and seminar
MFPA held a seminar to conclude its 50th anniversary celebrations. Findings of the research “The perception of the public on the professional”, carried out by MFPA, were presented. Sound work ethic, reasonable fees and ability to communicate/speak in a way that the client can understand are the top three priorities for service users when choosing a professional. Click here for a detailed report on the research. The project was funded by the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector. The programme included:
- A presentation of the research findings by Ms Vanessa Bajada, Director of Market Research at Esprimi.
- Panel discussion by Ms Roberta Farrugia Debono, Clinical psychologist & Family Therapist, Ing Helga Pizzuto, Chairperson MCCAA – Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority, and Rev Dr Carlo Calleja, Ethics lecturer, University of Malta. The discussion was moderated by Neil Camilleri, Editor-in-chief, The Malta Independent.
- Introductions by Mr Benjamin Rizzo, President MFPA and Ms Norma Camilleri, CEO MFPA
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