Modular online, in-house and bespoke training workshops for UK supply chains and labour providers.

Up to date, practical and cost effective. Designed and delivered by industry experts.

Combine any modules, in any order, over any period or ask us to design something new to meet your needs.

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Labour Provider Compliance Due Diligence to Ensure Good Practice
A free and fast paced step by step process to achieve legal and ethical compliance in the provision and use of agency labour with clear guidance on how to undertake effective due diligence both internally and in the supply chain, and all the necessary resources and tools to support your journey.
  • A step by step process to achieve legal and ethical compliance in the provision and use of agency labour
  • Clear guidance how to undertake effective due diligence to evidence compliance – both internally and in your labour supply chain
  • The necessary resources and tools to support your journey

To book on the FREE ALP/GLAA Labour Provider Compliance Due Diligence to Ensure Good Practice workshop, click here.

  • A step by step process to achieve legal and ethical compliance in the provision and use of agency labour
  • Clear guidance how to undertake effective due diligence to evidence compliance – both internally and in your labour supply chain
  • The necessary resources and tools to support your journey

To book on the FREE ALP/GLAA Labour Provider Compliance Due Diligence to Ensure Good Practice workshop, click here.

Complying with the GLAA Licensing Standards
Understand the context and risks in UK labour provision in the regulated sector and clarify the responsibilities of both labour users and labour providers - comprehensive guidance on each standard is provided.
  • Understand the context and risks in UK labour provision in the regulated sector
  • Clarify the responsibilities of both labour users and labour providers
  • Comply with the GLAA licensing standards – comprehensive guidance on each standard is provided
  • Click here to find open course dates

  • Understand the context and risks in UK labour provision in the regulated sector
  • Clarify the responsibilities of both labour users and labour providers
  • Comply with the GLAA licensing standards – comprehensive guidance on each standard is provided
  • Click here to find open course dates

Academy Foundation Programme – Key Legislation for Labour Providers
An introduction to all the key legislation relevant to the provision of labour in the UK with examples, activities and interaction to bring the content alive.
  • Understand the main requirements of the key legislation relevant to labour providers: AWR, WTD, RTW, GLAA/Conduct Regs and the Equality Act
  • Recruit and manage agency workers in compliance with the major relevant legislation
  • Reduce the risk of costly disputes and potential tribunals, and maximise the chances of successfully defending any such claims
  • Click here to find open course dates

  • Understand the main requirements of the key legislation relevant to labour providers: AWR, WTD, RTW, GLAA/Conduct Regs and the Equality Act
  • Recruit and manage agency workers in compliance with the major relevant legislation
  • Reduce the risk of costly disputes and potential tribunals, and maximise the chances of successfully defending any such claims
  • Click here to find open course dates

Complying with the Agency Workers Regulations
Understand the purpose, enforcement and penalties of AWR; collect the required information from labour users and apply it correctly to ensure the equal treatment of agency workers.
  • Understand the purpose, history, scope, enforcement and penalties of AWR
  • Use qualification periods and comparators correctly, and understand what is included in the relevant terms and conditions
  • Collect the required information from labour users and apply it correctly to ensure the equal treatment of agency workers.
  • Understand the purpose, history, scope, enforcement and penalties of AWR
  • Use qualification periods and comparators correctly, and understand what is included in the relevant terms and conditions
  • Collect the required information from labour users and apply it correctly to ensure the equal treatment of agency workers.