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Employment law diploma

Our employment law diploma is a joint initiative between BMA Law’s expert employment law team and the Centre for Professional Legal Studies (CPLS) at Russell Group University, Cardiff University, who accredit the programme. BMA Law’s expertise in the healthcare sector means that the course is specifically designed for GP practices and networks – so you can be sure you’re getting the most relevant information possible.

Studied over 9 months, you will learn about a wide range of employment law topics and how they apply in practice, and most importantly how your organisation can mitigate the main areas of risk.

Accessible and jargon-free, the course combines highly practical information, delivered by experienced employment lawyers, with the academic credibility of an accreditation by a prestigious law school.

The next programme will be running in 2017.
Register your interest to be among the first to hear when booking is open.


About the course

This course is tailored specifically for the healthcare sector, and delivered by experienced employment lawyers. You will receive a user-friendly HR Employment Law manual to guide you through the course.

The modules, which are delivered in a workshop style, will:

  • Maintain a strong emphasis on the practical application of employment law
  • Draw on the trainers’ extensive experience and personal insights
  • Have a relaxed yet supportive environment
  • Allow time to share your experiences and challenges openly with peers
  • Explore solutions and best practice, whilst building up a network of useful contacts.

The programme is made up of three two-day modules:

  1. Essential Employment Law
  2. Managing Discipline and Grievances
  3. Business Change and Discrimination

Find out more about the modules.

Who should attend?

This programme is ideal for GP owner-managers and practice managers (or other managers with HR responsibilities) at GP practices and networks who are looking to develop or refresh their knowledge in this area, or who have an interest in the subject.

You do not need to be a BMA member to attend the course, though members do benefit from a discounted fee.

Practice Managers: you can still benefit from the BMA member discount by using the membership number of a GP Partner at your practice

Assessment and certification

To complete the programme and be awarded a certificate, you must:

  • Attend all of the workshop sessions
  • Complete a written assignment or develop a portfolio of work
  • Pass one closed-book multiple choice test under supervision
  • Submit a second written assignment
Register your interest

The next programme will run in mid-2017.

To be among the first to hear when booking is open, register your interest here and we’ll be in touch.


Hear from past delegates

Here’s what some of the delegates on the first cohort had to say about the programme.

 

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