Seminars & Events

Our employment law training, HR seminars and health & safety courses have something for everyone.  Whether you’re a seasoned professional looking for in-depth development, or just looking to learn the basics, we've got you covered.

All our courses are delivered by qualified employment lawyers, experienced HR consultants or expert safety managers.  They all work with clients on a day-to-day basis, which means you don't just get the theory, but practical courses delivered by people who have current, relevant experience on the ground.

Our workshops and courses cover a huge range of training on employment law, HR, governance and health & safety, giving you the confidence to handle tricky situations and remain within the law.

20 September 2017 — 12:00 to 14:00

Employment Law & HR
Our free updates are perfectly-formed bite-sized sessions which keep you up to speed with key changes without keeping you away from the day job. We will alert you to recent cases which might affect you and analyse legal trends and changes you need to have on your radar. Our updates are very popular...
Lon
IN London
21 September 2017 — 09:30 to 12:30

Employment Law & HR
NOW FULL - NEW DATES ADDED - Wed 08 November The words “data protection” can strike fear into the hearts of anyone tasked with handling large amounts of data. It sounds like a lifeless legal term that tweed wearing (nothing wrong with a bit of tweed!) academics muse over during a spot of afternoon...
Gla
IN Glasgow
3 October 2017 — 10:00 to 16:00

Employment Law & HR
Stress. It’s a word managers come across a lot these days. It can crop up in tense conversations between employees and line managers during one-to-ones and appraisals. It appears on fit notes as a reason for an absence, sometimes “work-related”, sometimes personal. It can sneak into health and...
Gla
IN Glasgow
5 October 2017 — 10:00 to 16:00

Employment Law & HR
Stress. It’s a word managers come across a lot these days. It can crop up in tense conversations between employees and line managers during one-to-ones and appraisals. It appears on fit notes as a reason for an absence, sometimes “work-related”, sometimes personal. It can sneak into health and...
Edi
IN Edinburgh
10 October 2017 — 09:30 to 17:00

Health and Safety
The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the UK’s leading professional health & safety organisation. As an IOSH approved with accredited trainers, LAW is ideally placed to deliver this premier training course aimed at those with responsibility for health & safety in the...
Edi
IN Edinburgh
8 November 2017 — 09:30 to 12:30

Employment Law & HR
The words “data protection” can strike fear into the hearts of anyone tasked with handling large amounts of data. It sounds like a lifeless legal term that tweed wearing (nothing wrong with a bit of tweed!) academics muse over during a spot of afternoon tea. But what does it really mean for...
Gla
IN Glasgow
9 November 09:30 to 23 November 2017 17:00

Health and Safety
The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the UK’s leading professional health & safety organisation. As an IOSH approved with accredited trainers, LAW is ideally placed to deliver this premier training course aimed at those with responsibility for health & safety in the...
Gla
IN Glasgow
9 November 2017 — 09:30 to 12:30

Employment Law & HR
The words “data protection” can strike fear into the hearts of anyone tasked with handling large amounts of data. It sounds like a lifeless legal term that tweed wearing (nothing wrong with a bit of tweed!) academics muse over during a spot of afternoon tea. But what does it really mean for...
Edi
IN Edinburgh
15 November 2017 — 09:30 to 12:30

Employment Law & HR
One in four of us will suffer with a mental health problem at some point in our lives and, inevitably, this has an effect on the workplace. Mental health issues cost UK businesses £30million a year in lost production, recruitment and absence. Managers frequently tell us that they can struggle...
Abe
IN Aberdeen
28 November 2017 — 09:30 to 12:30

Employment Law & HR
Anyone who has made a bad recruitment decision will be well aware of its costs – financial and otherwise. £30,614 is the average cost of a poor recruitment decision according to a study by Oxford Economics. The most substantial cost isn’t usually the cost of the recruitment itself (although that...
Gla
IN Glasgow

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Lorna Gemmell
EL & HR Training Manager
Douglas Cameron - Law at Work
Douglas Cameron
Head of Safety Services