Datalaw’s selection of personal injury courses are perfect for firms whose employees have varying levels of knowledge and experience; our introductory courses are essential for paralegals, legal executives and trainees whilst our intermediate / advanced titles are ideal for experienced practitioners who require more in-depth personal injury training courses.
Delivered by an impressive line-up of civil and personal injury practitioners including Alastair Hodge and Gary Barker and personal injury law training provider Nicky Carter, our personal injury courses cover a broad range of topics such as noise induced hearing loss, animal negligence and accidents involving minors.
Trainees will benefit from instructive personal injury courses in key areas e.g. Privilege, whilst personal injury updates and bite-size sessions such as Counting the Cost – An Update on Practice and Procedure are likely to appeal to solicitors with greater PQE who require a quick personal injury CPD fix.
For those interested in work related stress law, barrister Heather Platt’s hour-long personal injury law webinar Stress in the Work Place will deliver a practical discussion of what stress is and the impact which this can have on individual employees and your firm. This is a practical session, and guidance will be offered in terms of how to identify employees most at risk from work related stress and how to respond accordingly.
Other personal injury law course highlights include our introductory title Civil Actions Against the Police and new release Brexit and PI Arising from Road Traffic Accidents which examines current EU RTA legislation and how this is likely to change following Brexit.
For those who would like to improve their drafting, negotiation and advocacy skills, our personal injury training course Advocacy For PI Practitioners course is essential; comprising 4 targeted sessions which deal with case preparation and analysis, witness handling, argument advocacy and skeleton arguments, this personal injury course will benefit experienced practitioners looking to refine their skills. It will also be invaluable for newly qualified practitioners starting out at court.
Datalaw are currently in the process of expanding our selection of personal injury law courses. Several titles including, LVI Claims and QOCS – Traps for the Unwary are currently in development and will be available to view shortly.
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