For Your Business
Training for you and your team
As part of our comprehensive support to our business clients we offer training courses on a wide variety of legal and HR topics.
Although we are happy to pick up the pieces when things go wrong, we recognise that we can offer greater value to you by helping you to avoid costly mistakes in the first place. This is where our training courses can help. Our training is surprisingly affordable and offers good value.We deliver courses on a range of topics which have an impact on your business. By investing in training for your teams you can help increase your skill base, improve staff retention and hopefully reduce the risk of Tribunal claims.
Courses can be delivered in your workplace or here at Etchell House, whichever best suits your needs.
We can train your management team, or your entire workforce.
So please contact us if you do not see the topic you require listed.
GDPR - are you ready?
We can help train your team. We offer courses tailored to your needs and delivered at your premises or here at our offices in Tamworth.
GDPR Training Course
We offer a two hour training course ‘Introduction to GDPR’, which is intended to provide a starting point for your company’s preparation for GDPR compliance.Topics covered will include:
Overview of GDPR
Principles relating to processing of personal data
When and how data can be used
The rights of individuals
Data Subject Access requests
Data Protection Officers – do you need one?
How to deal with a data breach
What your business should do now – data audit & action plan.
For further detail email email@example.com or call Sue Hatton for further details on (01827) 317070.
Cost effective, jargon-free training to explain what you need to do to be compliant with GDPR
Courses we offer
Disciplinary & Grievance Skills
Handling Difficult Employees
Data Protection in the Workplace
GDPR - An Introduction
The Legal Implications of Social Media
Recruitment & Selection
Drafting & Enforcing Restrictive Covenants
HR for Small Businesses
HR & Employment Law - The Basics