Advanced Employment Law – Contracts, Redundancy and TUPE

11 – 14 March 2024

An advanced employment law course delivered using video conference and interactive activities.

Advanced Employment Law – Gender Identity Discrimination

4 April 2024 9:00am–1:00pm

This half-day course is part of our expanding set of courses on discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. It looks at the protection against discrimination in relation to ‘gender reassignment’ and the limitations of that protection in terms of gender identity generally. As well as covering what ‘gender reassignment’ might mean under the Act, the course […]

Advanced Employment Law – Disability Discrimination

21 – 23 May 2024

It can be difficult to recognise when members have a realistic chance of proving disability discrimination and activists may lack confidence in this area. This course will give practical skills for discussing the matter with members and recognising possible cases. More generally, it will build skills of interviewing members and analysing evidence which can be […]

Advanced Employment Law – Sexual Harassment

3 July 2024 9:00am–4:00pm

This course is part of our expanding set of courses on discrimination under the Equality Act 2010.  It goes well with our course on sex discrimination law which covers flexible working issues and menopause discrimination. This one-day course works through a film and discusses how to interview a member sensitively, how to prove that sexual […]

Advanced Employment Law – Religion and Belief Discrimination

8 July 2024 9:00am–1:00pm

To add to our set of on-line courses looking at protected characteristics under the Equality Act, this new half day course will talk about discrimination on the basis of religion or philosophical belief. The session will cover direct discrimination against workers because of their religion; the position when workers need time off for religious Sabbaths, […]

Advanced Employment Law – Race Discrimination

18 September 2024 9:00am–4:30pm

It can be difficult to recognise when members have a realistic chance of proving sex discrimination and activists may feel unconfident in this area. This course will give practical skills for discussing the matter with members and recognising possible cases. More generally, it will build skills of interviewing members and analysing evidence which can be applied to any work problem.

Advanced Employment Law – Sex Discrimination

19 November 2024 9:00am–4:00pm

It can be difficult to recognise when members have a realistic chance of proving sex discrimination and activists may feel unconfident in this area. This course will give practical skills for discussing the matter with members and recognising possible cases. More generally, it will build skills of interviewing members and analysing evidence which can be applied to any work problem.