We deliver bespoke in-company training on employment law and all aspects of people management.

Whether you need an employment law update, training on unfair dismissal, TUPE or redundancy or a course focussed on performance management or controlling absence – our expert trainers will work with you to tailor the programme to your needs.

Choosing In-Company Training puts you in control of what gets covered and how. This means that, on the day, we can make sure that the learning objectives that you have set for the course are met for all of the delegates.

Our clients come from both the public and private sectors. We can provide expert training for HR professionals as well as lawyers, professional advisers and line managers.

As an independent company we can concentrate on what we do best  providing expert in-house training that will exceed your expectations. In-Company Training has no corporate parent to answer to and that means that we do not have to compromise on our standards of service or engage in pushy sales techniques.

We like to get to know our clients and our business is based on friendly and long-lasting relationships. We’ll never pressure you into booking training that you don’t really need or pretend that we can deliver something that we can’t.

Want to know more? Give us a call now on 0208 943 1099.

 


Customer Feedback

 Very knowledgeable trainer enjoyed the session very much. Good explanation of complex legislation.

 

This has probably been the most complete and enjoyable course I have ever attended. I have learned so much that I can use in my role.

 

A very interesting and well delivered course on a complex matter. Found the whole day interesting and stimulating.

 

We were particularly interested in having you back as you really seemed to grasp the needs of organisations like ours and everyone found the session very interactive and tailored to our requirements.

 

I’d like to thank you for an excellent day yesterday. It was very useful indeed, and far better than a conventional CPD training day. Some of the cases discussed were new to me and, even where I was aware of the caselaw on a particular subject, it was useful to have my understanding confirmed.