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We are Ireland’s leading provider of compliance eLearning training with a dedicated legal team behind every course we produce. Our courses have been trusted to train over 200,000 employees in top public, private and third sector organisations across the island of Ireland including the Department for Justice and Equality, IRFU, IT Sligo, Tourism Ireland and many more.
What diversity and inclusion is
The law relating to diversity and inclusion
The importance of inclusion
How to work in a positive and inclusive mannerView Course Details
Top employment lawyers advise it is essential to provide all staff with diversity and inclusion training on, or shortly after starting employment.
Legal Island’s Diversity & Inclusion - The Importance of Conscious Inclusion eLearning course will help your staff understand the importance of inclusive behaviour in the workplace and the value it brings to both your staff and your organisation. This course is tailored specifically to Irish law and provides comprehensive compliance training for all employees within your organisation.
Recruitment in the Modern Workplace
Tackling Sensitive Workplace Conversations
Dealing with Difficult PeopleView Course Details
HR professionals are currently facing more challenges than at any other time in history. A global health crisis, a move to hybrid and remote ways of working, and an economic downturn are just a few of the issues keeping HR professionals busy.
Legal Island has created an HR Toolkit that aims to provide comprehensive training to assist HR professionals in Ireland, in supporting line managers and employees throughout the employee journey. The suite of courses will offer practical advice to assist you in updating your processes and procedures and help you understand your legal obligations.
What is (and what is not) bullying at work
What is harassment at work
What are the effects of bullying at work
How to prevent bullying at work
What employees should do if they are concerned about bullying in their workplaceView Course Details
Are you responsible for overseeing the implementation of training for all employees on the new Bullying Code of Practice in your organisation?
Legal Island has created a 45-minute eLearning course in partnership with Ogier Leman LLP, specifically for all employees in Ireland. The provision of this training for your staff will enable your organisation to act in compliance with the Code and help to raise awareness of bullying and harassment in the workplace and explain what to do if employees are concerned.
What anxiety is
What causes anxiety
Why employees may feel anxious about returning to work
The warning signs to look out for
Tips to help employees return to work and remain healthy in the workplace
How to support colleaguesView Course Details
As COVID-19 restrictions ease and staff begin to return to the workplace across Ireland, it is more important than ever that your staff are equipped to deal with the feelings of anxiety that this change may bring.
Legal Island has created a 45-minute eLearning course to support your employees when returning to work, whether from the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) or returning to the workplace after working from home.
What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)
What are the symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
How to protect yourself and others from Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Return to Work Safely Protocol
Health & Safety
How the COVID-19 situation may affect your mental healthView Course Details
One of the steps outlined in the recent Government publication, the Work Safely Protocol is that employers must provide COVID-19 induction training for all employees before they return to the workplace.
Legal Island has created an eLearning course in partnership with RDJ LLP that complies with HSA guidance and enables employers to provide compulsory COVID-19 induction training to all employees in advance of them returning safely to the workplace.
What the Code of Practice for Employers and Employees on the Right to Disconnect is
Your responsibilities as an employer
The responsibilities of your employees
Why it is important to disconnect
Warning signs you need to disconnect
How to disconnect
What to do if your right to disconnect has not been respectedView Course Details
Engagement and training of managers and staff on the “Right to Disconnect” is a key feature of the new Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) Code of Practice for Employers and Employees on the Right to Disconnect (‘the Code’).
Legal Island has created a 45-minute eLearning course in partnership with RDJ LLP, specifically for all employees in Ireland. The provision of this training for your staff will enable your organisation to act in compliance with the Code, help reinforce the appropriate behaviours around disconnecting from work outside normal working hours and create a culture of good work/life balance.
Mental Health & Wellbeing
Coping with Fatigue
Building ResilienceView Course Details
Good mental health and wellbeing practices in the workplace are essential for us all. With an estimated 70 million workdays lost each year to poor mental health, good practices can provide not only a productive but a safe workplace for everyone.
Legal Island’s Employee Wellbeing eLearning Toolkit provides comprehensive online training for all Irish-based employees, ensuring staff are aware of the importance of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. The toolkit is designed to enable all-staff training for organisations, with 7 key mental health and wellbeing topic areas to choose from.
The importance of health and safety when working from home
Your responsibilities under health and safety law
How to protect your physical health while home working
How to protect your mental health while home working
How to work together to protect each otherView Course Details
The unprecedented situation that COVID-19 has created in Ireland has meant more employees than ever have been asked to work from home. Many employees will never have experienced working outside of the office and these employees should know how to protect themselves from injury and ill health during this time.
The purpose of this course is to provide all employees in your organisation with an overview on how to protect their physical and mental health whilst home working.
What a remote worker and hybrid team is
The benefits and challenges of being a remote worker
The challenges of managing a remote team
How to manage a remote worker to optimise performance
Techniques to motivate and engage remote workers
How to protect your own mental health and wellbeing when managing remote workersView Course Details
While continuing to navigate our way through the COVID-19 pandemic, as organisations and employees consider transitioning office-based workers to a new remote working option permanently, it is necessary that managers are trained to optimise team performance. They also need to protect the wellbeing of each team member, whether they all work remotely, or some are based in the office and are part of a hybrid team.
Legal Island has created an eLearning course in partnership with Think People Consulting that will provide managers of remote workers in Ireland with the tools to manage and motivate their teams, optimise performance, and achieve organisational goals.
Why data protection is important
The law relating to data protection
What is cyber security
How to protect your organisation from a cyber attack
What to do if you discover a data breachView Course Details
With more organisations now adopting remote working, what are you doing to protect your employees, customers and reputation? Compliance around data and data protection for remote workers is very important. This is why we created a 30-minute course to protect you and your organisation.
What is cyber security?
Types of threats
Impact of a cyber attack
How to protect yourself and your organisationView Course Details
It is vital that your employees understand the importance of cyber security and the dangers that may be present in your workplace.
Legal Island’s Cyber Security in the Workplace eLearning course is tailored specifically to Irish law and provides comprehensive compliance training for all employees on cyber security practices in the workplace.
What unconscious bias is
The different types of unconscious bias
The impact of unconscious bias
Avoiding unconscious bias in the workplace
How to recognise your unconscious bias
How to reduce your unconscious biasView Course Details
With the value of diversity and inclusion as important as ever, it is vital that employees have an understanding of how unconscious bias can impact on their workplace and the organisation. We all have biases, many of them unconscious. Dealing with these biases starts with making the unconscious conscious.
Legal Island’s Unconscious Bias in the Workplace eLearning course provides comprehensive training for all Irish-based employees, ensuring awareness of good practice in reducing unconscious bias in the workplace.
What a whistleblower is
The law relating to whistleblowing
The difference between a grievance and a qualified disclosure
How to make a qualified disclosureView Course Details
It is important that your employees have an understanding of the importance of whistleblowing awareness in the workplace and the legislation that exists to protect both employees and employers when people speak up against wrongdoing in the workplace.
Legal Island’s Whistleblowing Awareness in the Workplace eLearning course is tailored specifically to Irish law and is designed to complement an organisations own policies.
Slips/trips/fallsView Course Details
Health and safety legislation places certain legal duties on employers and employees to ensure a good standard of health and safety in the workplace.
Legal Island’s Workplace Health & Safety eLearning course is tailored specifically to Irish law and to provide your employees with comprehensive training on health and safety practices in the workplace.
What amounts to abuse and the signs to look for
The duties of a mandated person
Responding to possible abuse
Acceptable conduct with pupils
Bullying & vulnerable children
What happens when a case is reported to TuslaView Course Details
Children come into contact with teachers more often than any other profession. That’s why high-quality child protection training in schools is essential to ensure the safe development of our children. It also makes sense from a legal point of view helping close down a school’s liability in the event of a child safeguarding matter arising onsite.
Legal Island's Child Protection and Welfare of Children in Irish Schools eLearning course has been developed by legal experts based in Ireland using real-life scenarios to ensure your staff are fully compliant with new child protection procedures.