HR & Employment Law Open Courses

Facilitating training and development programmes is one of our core services, and we continue to innovate and progress our methods and techniques to ensure maximum impact on every participating delegate. For our open courses, we provide all the essential information required by managers and organisations to operate within the framework of employment law. We do not operate chalk and talk style lecture seminars, but instead we use activities, role play and energisers to ensure that all delegates actively learn and remain engaged through the course of the programme.

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  • Managing redundancy and leading people positively through change

    Managing redundancy and leading people positively through change

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    It is no secret that the United Kingdom has just exited a recession, and is still suffering from the effects of one of the of the worst economic crisis situations in the last 60 years. Unemployment is...

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  • Capability and conduct within the Law

    Capability and conduct within the Law

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    Some managers would rather ignore a problem with conduct or capability than deal with it for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it is because a manager perceives this to be the easier approach and in man...

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  • Managing people within the law

    Managing people within the law

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    In the past, dealing with people issues was seen very much as the role of HR.  However in today’s working environments, this responsibility has been devolved to line managers’. In the...

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  • Equal opportunities and the law

    Equal opportunities and the law

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    Is unlawful discrimination preventing your organisation from attaining the benefits of diversity and equality? Despite their being a very compelling business and moral case to ensuring equality of opp...

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  • Managing stress and the law

    Managing stress and the law

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    Stress in the workplace is on the increase. It is accepted that we all need some pressure in our working lives so that our work remains satisfying and so that deadlines and tasks are achieved. Too muc...

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