If you are scheduling low cost training, often internet based self-study training that uses a nothing or just a short tick box questionnaire at the end to validate the learning you may be putting your organisation at risk.
The recent Allay (UK) Ltd v Mr S Gehlen case made it clear that evidencing training in itself does not provide a defence against breach of legislation.
The training has to be effective that is to say management and employees alike have to adhere to legislation and when/if breaches occur action including retraining must take place.
Concrew Training offers courses that cover many key areas including
- Data Protection, GDPR and PECR
- Modern Slavery
- Equality and Diversity
- Defensible Documentation
- Equal Pay
- Social Media rights and responsibilities
- Grievance and Disciplinary action
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