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Helping hand for Leicester employers

21/11/2011

Leicester College is hosting three free training workshops for employers in Leicester and Leicestershire during its Open Day on Thursday 24 November.

The one-hour sessions, on Health and Safety, Employment Law and Conflict Management, will provide valuable industry updates and a flavour of the range of training available to employers.

Assistant Principal for Employer Engagement, Tracey Kinsley, said the workshops, now into the third year, have proven very popular: “We work with more than 2,000 local employers and have more than 5,000 of their staff training with us at any one time.

“We have an excellent track record in delivering training to businesses and other organisations, offering nationally and internationally recognised qualifications as well as bespoke solutions. We deliver in the workplace throughout the year and we develop programmes based on the requirements of businesses.”

The workshops and programme are:
VENUE: Freemen’s Park Campus, Granby Suite
9:00am - Tea/coffee (available throughout all workshops)
9.15am  - Welcome

9.30am – 10:30am: Health and Safety: Workshop packed with crucial information for your organisation. Topics will include “An Introduction to Business Needs”, “Looking after People” and “Protecting Your Reputation”, followed by question and answer session.

10:45am – 11:45am: Employment Law: This workshop outlines the latest developments in employment law, including the Equality Act, how employment legislation impacts upon recruiting, contracting and dismissing staff and how it can affect your organisation. Followed by question and answer session.

12:00pm – 1:00pm: Conflict Management: This workshop is useful for managers and business owners who want an insight into how they can resolve grievances in the workplace. Followed by question and answer session.

To register for a place on any of these workshops go to www.leicestercollege.ac.uk.

Registration is highly recommended as places usually fill quickly.