Our comprehensive and accessible 3 day course ‘Managing Employment Law - the Fundamentals’ has been endorsed by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).
Developed and delivered by our in-house Employment Law Professionals, the course provides company owners, directors, office managers and any one else with HR responsibilities with the information they need to manage their business in accordance with current employment legislation without compromising the company’s commercial edge.
The course concludes with a short assessment giving you the opportunity to demonstrate your understanding. On completion of the course you will receive an ILM Certificate and 6 months’ ILM membership.
The cost of the course is just £595 plus VAT. This includes your registration fee with ILM, refreshments and lunch each day. A deposit of £250 is payable to reserve your place, which is refundable should you cancel your place on the course no less than 14 days before the date on which the course begins.
The course will be held at our dedicated training facilities at our offices in Sheffield, just off Junction 34 of the M1 motorway.
We can also provide bespoke training on all aspects of employment law, both in our dedicated training facilities in Sheffield or at your premises.
Please contact us on 0114 241 7092 to book your place or discuss your requirements.
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