Many practitioners now look to complete training via distance learning, yet finding high-quality, cost-effective employment law courses online is easier said than done. Accessible for a period of 12-months using any internet connected device, Datalaw’s comprehensive range of employment law CPD courses have been designed to cater for the training needs of employment and HR practitioners.
Combining a mixture of useful employment law updates and topical bite-size employment law courses, practitioners of all levels can enjoy sessions dealing with issues such as gender pay reporting, zero-hour contracts and the impact which Brexit is likely to have on employment law and practice.
Whether you advise employers and / or employees, practitioners will receive indispensable guidance on how to deal with potentially problematic issues such as suspending an employee, dismissing an employee on long term sick leave and making reasonable adjustments for disabled employees. Employment law courses including Data Protection And Monitoring Employees, Absence at Work and Family Friendly Legislation will also be invaluable to those who manage employees.
Paralegals, legal executives and trainee solicitors will be able to take advantage of the numerous introductory employment law courses such as Introduction to the National Living Wage, Vicarious Liability and Defining Reasonable Adjustments, whereas practitioners with greater PQE may find legal consultant and mediator Ginny Harrison’s employment law courses Advising and Representing Employment Clients on Religious Issues and Strategic Handling of Mental Health Issues in Employment Claims of interest.
Mental health awareness is of the utmost importance which is why practical mental health in the workplace training, suitable for all employees can be found within this section. Our introductory session will ensure that viewers are aware of and feel confident discussing mental health issues, whilst the title Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace – For Managers will outline what managers need to know to easily identify, manage and support those suffering from mental health problems.
Keywords: Employment Law Training, Employment Law CPD, Employment Law Refresher Course
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