All our workshops are taken by specialist trainers, usually solicitors or barristers, so you will come away knowing how the law works (for the topic covered by the webinar) and how it will affect your properties. As groups are small, you will get an opportunity to ask questions and discuss your problems with the trainer.
You will also get our trainer’s detailed notes to take away and keep as a reference.
The workshop day
You will need to arrive by 10.30 am – this slightly later time will help you if you have a long journey. People often travel long distances to attend our workshops!
You will be greeted by tea and coffee and normally some sort of light snack, such as biscuits and pastries. The workshop sessions are quite intensive but you will have two breaks, one in the morning and one in the afternoon as well as lunch.
The cost of refreshments is included. Lunch is normally sandwiches and fruit with cake in the afternoon break (the exact menu depends on the venue) and most special diets can be catered for.
The day will normally end at 4.30 pm.
Most of our workshops take place in the Eastern Region. For example, we use the Assembly House and the UEA Enterprise Centre in Norwich, Homerton College in Cambridge and the Ely Cathedral Eduction Centre in Ely.
For London workshops, we normally use the conference room at Anthony Gold’s premises in London – this is in Tooley Street, near London Bridge Station.
If you want to attend a workshop but are based elsewhere in the country, you will probably find that due to the 10.30 am start, you have time to travel to us. Otherwise, we are happy to recommend places where you can stay overnight.
All workshops cost £198 (£165 + VAT) per person, payable in advance. Most people pay online via credit/debit care or pay pal, but if you prefer to pay by BACS or cheque we can provide an invoice on request.
All courses are subject to our published terms and conditions.
Please note that we are now filming many of our workshops so we can turn the footage into an online course. This makes it viable for us to run courses with fewer delegates.
The filming should not affect you – we will be filming the trainer, not the class!