CIPD Law on Tour

Short Course
Duration: 1 day   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

Law on Tour Spring 2019 - Working with the Law

Get a complete employment law update with our highly popular one day workshops.

This spring, we’ll explore key topics such as Brexit and employment law, case law, employment law news, reasonable adjustments, TUPE and more!

  • Get all the knowledge to stay up to speed in just one day.
  • Get the legal updates you need to deal with the issues that matter in your organisation.
  • Take away helpful guides and templates to save time back at work.
  • Get your questions answered by top UK employment law experts.
  • With workshops running around the UK, attend a workshop at a venue most convenient for you.



Dates and Availability

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Start Date Location Availability Non-members Members Delegates  
30 April 2019
Duration: 1 day
Edinburgh Spaces available
£499.00 + VAT Book places now
01 May 2019
Duration: 1 day
Stansted Spaces available
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02 May 2019
Duration: 1 day
London Fully booked
£499.00 + VAT Waiting list
03 May 2019
Duration: 1 day
Southampton Spaces available
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07 May 2019
Duration: 1 day
Reading Spaces available
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Booking information and ways to pay

  1. At checkout you can either pay online using a credit/debit card, cheque or BACS transfer, or you can request to pay by invoice. The invoice option is only available for bookings where a UK company name and address has been provided at checkout.
  2. If you need to book more than four places on one date, please contact us on +44 (0) 20 8612 6202 or email us
  3. If you prefer to complete a paper booking form, you can download and print it here (PDF 128KB)
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We have come to expect constant change in employment law, and the latest long list of topics continues that trend. Our panel of legal experts is coming to a venue near you this spring to unpick the latest employment law tangles facing your organisation.

For starters, we’ll discuss gearing up for ethnicity pay gap reporting following the Government consultation on recommendations from the EHRC and the BEIS. We’ll show you how to manage confidentiality in NDAs and settlement agreements, in light of sexual harassment incidents at work. Plus, we’ll give you an update on the worrying judgement on Morrisons Supermarkets vs. Various Claimants, where the Court of Appeal found Morrisons liable for data breaches caused by an employee’s criminal act.

And then, of course, there is Brexit. Whatever happens in the coming months, the Government recently made a commitment to not only uphold current workers’ rights following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, but enhance them by implementing the Taylor Review recommendations.

Attend one of our highly-engaging one-day workshops to ensure you’re up-to-date with the latest developments in the fast-moving world of employment law, and steer your organisation safely through complex legal issues in these unpredictable times.

Course Tutors

Mrs Cas Carrington

Cas is a Partner with KLC Employment Law Consultants where she has headed up the employment law training department for 10 years. Cas develops, writes and delivers employment law training courses on a huge range of topics including the biannual CIPD ‘Law on Tour’ workshops. She teaches on many other CIPD law courses, including the Advanced Level Award in Employment Law, and also delivers training for CIPD In-Company clients. Bringing a very practical approach to her training, Cas is well known for her lively and informal style of explaining complex employment law issues. As well as being involved in training, Cas also has extensive experience of advising all types of organisations including charitable organisations, government departments, and blue chips on a wide range of employment law and employee relations issues.

Mr John Fenton

With experience at a senior level in food production, FMCG and NGO sectors, John is an experienced employment law adviser and trainer. He has worked with many organisations helping them to develop appropriate strategies for their changing organisational needs, and changing legislation.
Who is it for

Law on Tour is recommended for HR practitioners who need to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in employment law.

  • Learn how to tackle your employment law challenges in just one day
  • Ensure you’re up-to-date with the latest developments in the fast-moving world of employment law
  • Workshops at a location near you – make the best use of your time and network with local professionals
  • A day with some of the UK's leading employment law experts – a great opportunity to get your questions answered
  • Get what you need to plan ahead for changes that may affect your business
  • Save time back at work with practical guides and templates you can take away.
Join us for the day and leave with comprehensive answers to critical questions like:
  • Brexit and employment law – What will change and how will your organisation be affected?
  • Employment law news – What are your responsibilities regarding ethnicity pay gap reporting; what are you allowed to say in settlement agreements and NDAs?
  • Case law – How have the latest cases changed the law?
  • Reasonable adjustments – What is the advice from disability discrimination case law and what’s required of you?
  • TUPE – When can terms and conditions be changed following a transfer, and how do you work out who’s in the transfer group?
  • GDPR update – Have you done enough to limit your liability? How do you respond to a subject access request during an investigation?
  • Employment status – Are you clear on the current employment status of people in your organisation, and the changing tax liabilities involved in the use of contractors?

Group booking options

For groups of 3+ people, choose from our cost-effective solutions including:

  • • group booking discounts
  • • in-house delivery options, where we can tailor the programme to meet your specific learning needs.

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Got a question?

Speak to one of our highly knowledgeable course advisers on +44 (0)20 8612 6202.