Open HR Training

We know that training can be expensive, and that bespoke courses may be impractical for smaller organisations or sole practitioners. Consequently, we regularly run public open courses covering popular HR and employment law topics. This means that you can train staff as and when the need arises, delivering immediate benefit to your business, rather than having to wait until enough people require training to warrant a course specifically for your company. These courses are also ideal for smaller organisations that may only need one or two people training. Since course delegates will be from a number of different businesses, this also has the added benefit of allowing networking, discussion of the practical needs of different sectors, and sharing of best practices.

Upcoming Open HR Training Courses

  • Conducting Investigations
    on Thursday 28th May, 2020

    Many situations in the workplace can give rise to an investigation. The investigating manager’s role is vital not only to decide if formal action may be appropriate but also a poor investigation can leave employers vulnerable to a claim for unfair dismissal.

  • HR Essentials for Front Line Managers
    on Wednesday 3rd June, 2020

    HR essentials in one day. Perfect for the time poor manager, this practical course provides the HR knowledge you need as an owner/manager and avoids the legal pitfalls which lead to employment tribunal claims.

  • Conducting Investigations
    on Friday 12th June, 2020

    Many situations in the workplace can give rise to an investigation. The investigating manager’s role is vital not only to decide if formal action may be appropriate but also a poor investigation can leave employers vulnerable to a claim for unfair dismissal.

  • Mental Health First Aid
    on Tuesday 30th June, 2020

    Reducing stress and mental ill health in the workplace improves organisational health, the health of individual employees and the financial bottom line.

  • Mental Health First Aid
    on Wednesday 11th November, 2020

    Reducing stress and mental ill health in the workplace improves organisational health, the health of individual employees and the financial bottom line.

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