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We are employment and employee relations specialists based in the Channel Islands. We provide accurate, consistent and informed advice, encompassing employment matters and health & safety issues, that is straightforward, commercial and practical. With the right advice, that explains the risks and costs associated with each available option, you can make the right decision.

Our service is unique to the Channel Islands due to our blended approach of employment law and human resource specialists. We pride ourselves on giving the right advice every time, excelling in areas of discrimination, employment relations and tribunal representation.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Carrying Out Disciplinary Investigations

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This session is aimed at HR professionals or line managers who have a responsibility to carry out investigations as part of a company’s disciplinary process as part of a fair process under employment best practice.

  • Handling the Disciplinary Process

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This session is aimed at HR professionals or line managers who have a responsibility of implementing the disciplinary process as part of a company’s policies and procedures and as a fair process under employment best practice.

  • Asbestos Awareness

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    Managers; supervisors and workers who may be at risk from exposure to asbestos in workplace buildings and structures during their normal day to day work. Particularly those involved in demolition; refurbishment; maintenance and allied trades.

  • Working at Height Awareness

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    Falls are the largest cause of accidental death in the construction industry. They account for 50% of all fatalities. There is no distinction between low and high falls. This means that for any work at height; precautions are required to prevent or minimise the risk of injury from a fall. This course is intended to provide basic information for anyone managing; carrying out or affected by work at height. It does not cover the specialised skills required to carry out specific tasks; these must be dealt with by other training. Work at height accounts for the greatest number of fatalities in construction but can be minimised by sensible precautions to prevent falls or injuries from tools and materials dropping onto people working or moving below.

  • Manual Handling

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    Employers have a duty to assess the risks from any manual handling activity at their workplace and provide information; instruction and training to eliminate or minimise those risks. By the end of this session you will: Understand what manual handling is; Know what individuals and companies duties are under the law; Be able to identify the consequences of poor manual handling; Know the function of the back; its components and the conditions that can affect the back and How to plan a lift before undertaking to ensure you lift safely.

  • DSE Assessor Training

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This training is required to meet the guidelines of the Jersey Display Screen Equipment at Work approved Code of Practice in providing assessors with the skills to assess risks in the use of computer equipment.

  • Fire Marshal Training

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    Anyone with responsibility for any action in a fire needs to be trained in what their proper response should be. As with all emergency plans they will only be effective if those with actions recognise what those actions are. In any emergency situation people fall back to their training. If they are not trained they become victims because they cannot respond in a positive way. This course equips individuals with the tools they needs to be an affective Fire Marshal for their organisation.

  • HR Essentials: Capability

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This course is designed for those responsible for HR processes in their organisation. Each session will give practical advice and tips; that can be taken back to the workplace and applied immediately. The sessions have been developed from the common issues we receive via LAW’s advice line and therefore addresses the main points that employers are finding particularly challenging due to ever changing work practices and compliance requirements. Highly interactive they will assist in understanding the main principles of HR management and the practical steps that need to be taken to ensure fairness and consistency in your approach.

  • HR Essentials: Recruiting

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This course is designed for those responsible for HR processes in their organisation. Each session will give practical advice and tips; that can be taken back to the workplace and applied immediately. These sessions have been developed from the common issues we receive via LAW’s advice line and therefore addresses the main points that employers are finding particularly challenging due to ever changing work practices and compliance requirements. Highly interactive they will assist in understanding the main principles of HR management and the practical steps that need to be taken to ensure fairness and consistency in your approach.

  • Mental Health & Stress in the Workplace

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    Today’s manager faces numerous and varied situations in which they need to be able to react to in a quick; appropriate; and confident manner. The need for managers who can perform effectively is an essential requirement in business today. They must be able to demonstrate their management styles and management skills with confidence and conviction and draw on a range of approaches to suit each situation. This session uses a participative training style and is essential training for both established and newly appointed managers. It is designed for those responsible people and will focus on the principles of the management of mental health and stress in the workplace.

  • HR Essentials: Grievance

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This session is designed for those responsible for HR processes in their organisation. Each session will give practical advice and tips that can be taken back to the workplace and applied immediately. These sessions have been developed from the common issues we receive via LAW’s advice line and therefore address the main points that employers are finding particularly challenging due to ever changing work practices and compliance requirements. Highly interactive they will assist in understanding the main principles of HR management and the practical steps that need to be taken to ensure fairness and consistency in your approach.

  • Contractor Management

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This course will assist in understanding the main principles of contractor management and the practical steps that need to be taken to ensure that you meet the compliance requirements of the legislation in your organisation. Highly interactive they will assist in understanding the main principles of Contractor Management and the practical steps that need to be taken to ensure compliance.

  • Conflict Resolution (Diffusion and De-Escalation)

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This course is suitable for health and social care staff working within residential; home care or day care services. It is applicable to both qualified and unqualified staff who are required to meet the statutory and mandatory training standards specified under the Regulation of Care (Jersey) law 2014 which include conflict resolution. The training will provide the delegates with an understanding of anger; the physiological response to stress and techniques in de-escalating conflict.

  • Capacity and Self-Determination (Jersey) Law 2016 training for care home staff.

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This course is suitable for home care and care home staff working with people who may not have capacity. Jersey Care Commission introduced standards as part of the Regulation of Care (Jersey) law 2014. The standards specify the requirement for statutory and mandatory training in the Capacity and Self-Determination (Jersey) Law 2016 (Jerseys equivalate to the Mental Capacity Act 2005) for all care/support workers. This course will support those attending in the undestanding of the legislation

  • Mental Health (Jersey) Law 2016 – Approved Practitioner Training

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    Jersey implemented a new mental health law in October 2018. The law has several statutory requirements including the role of Approved Practitioners (APs). An AP is a registered medical practitioner with sufficient training in mental health and the operation of the Law. This training provides the APs with the details of the law required by the Minister of Health and Social Services to fulfil the function.

  • Mental Health (Jersey) Law 2016 – Authorised Officer Training

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    Jersey implemented a new mental health law in October 2018. The law has several statutory requirements including the role of Authorised Officer (AO). An AO is a mental health professional; most commonly a mental health social worker; with sufficient training in mental health and the operation of the Law to make applications for detention of patients to the Minister of Health and Community Care. This training provides the AOs with the details of the law required by the Minister of Health and Social Services to fulfil the function.

  • Awareness in Learning Disability; Mental Health and Dementia

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This course is suitable for home care support workers and non-mental health professionals. The standards set within the Regulation of Care (Jersey) law 2014 specify the requirement for statutory and mandatory training in the Awareness in Learning Disability; Mental Health and Dementia. The training covers the key elements of Learning Disability; Mental Health and Dementia which will support care staff in recognising their roles and interventions when working with these vulnerable patient groups. It is delivered using the principles of Person-Centred Care as described by the Health Foundation.

  • Capacity and Self-Determination (Jersey) Law 2016 training for Registered Medical Practitioners

    Training Course | Law At Work

    Law At Work

    This course is designed for Registered Medical Practitioners (RMP) who are responsible under the Capacity and Self-Determination (Jersey) Law 2016 (CSDL) (Jerseys equivalent to the Mental Capacity Act 2005) for assessing people who may lack capacity and require a ‘Significant Restriction on their Liberty’ (the equivalent for England and Wales is a Deprivation of Liberty). Under Part 5 of the Capacity and Self-Determination law the RMP will complete the medical assessment to identify if the person has an ‘impairment or disturbance in the functioning of the mind or brain’. This training focuses on the information and knowledge required by the RMP to carry out their legal responsibilities.

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