Below is a list of our forthcoming public training.  If you wish to book any of these courses or you have any questions about the training please just give us a call on 01483 415276 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All our training is led by KLC’s own highly experienced employment law tutors, described by the CIPD as “some of the UK’s leading employment law experts”. We have worked with a wide variety of organisations and although we deal with weighty subject matter we always maintain a highly interactive, informal and individual style, encouraging delegates to participate fully without feeling threatened or self-conscious.

Our extensive employment law training experience enables us to be sensitive to our delegates’ varying levels of knowledge and self-confidence allowing us to successfully manage delegate groups of mixed ability and seniority. The result is a highly successful transfer of knowledge and skills enabling delegates to make well-considered and appropriate employment law and employee relations decisions.

Law on Tour workshops

Twice a year KLC Employment Law Consultants prepare and deliver the  Law on Tour workshops in 12 locations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. These highly acclaimed workshops tackle the implementation of new legislation and case law in a practical and exciting way.  The workshops have been running for for over 30 years and continue to receive rave reviews.  The next tour will be in Autumn 2016.  

Please watch below  the video of  Law on Tour 2014.

Acting reasonably within the law for Line Managers – tba/in-house

Aimed specifically at line managers this course will provide line managers with an understanding of the basics of the employment law life cycle - from recruitment to dismissal and everything in between.  

Managing investigations and disciplinary hearings – tba/in-house

This workshop will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of how to conduct a professional disciplinary investigation that meets the standards required by the tribunals and courts.  The workshop will cover the principles of fair dismissal, what is required to run a sound and fair disciplinary hearing and what would make the process unfair.  

Understanding unlawful discrimination and equality – tba/in-house

This workshop will give delegates a full understanding of the relevant legislation concerning discrimination; how unlawful discrimination can occur and what is required by the tribunals and courts to defend a claim, and understand the law concerning equal pay and the material factor defence.