LawCare offers training for legal workplaces and organisations. Why choose LawCare for your training?
What we offer:
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As a small charity we rely on donations to support LawCare in its ongoing work. We offer training in return for a suggested minimum donation of £250.00. We suggest a tiered system of donations based on firm/chambers/organisation size as follows:
The following gives an overview of our training webinars. We are happy to discuss adjusting the content to meet your particular needs.
Managing Staff Remotely (for HR/Team Leaders/Heads of Department)
Aim: To explore the management issues relating to the new normal of WFH and to suggest ways of changing and improving management styles
OverviewIn this webinar, managers are invited to consider what it actually means to be responsible for staff. Emphasis is placed on how to adapt and change to a new style of managing remotely with the additional stresses posed by Covid-19 and WFH. LawCare does not have all the answers but in this webinar seeks to raise questions, offer some practical tips and suggest ways forward in negotiating how to manage staff remotely.
Healthy Justice needs Healthy Lawyers
Aim: To provide practical tips on the importance of maintaining mental health and wellbeing and help build resilience during Covid times.
OverviewThis webinar highlights that how we work can have an impact on our mental health and focusses on the importance of maintaining good physical and mental health particularly now that working practices have changed dramatically. It will also highlight the support we provide at LawCare to help legal professionals manage their mental health and the demands of their work.
Vicarious Trauma in Covid (1 or 2 hours depending on need)
Aim: To develop an understanding of how your work as a lawyer can have an emotional impact on you and how to manage this.
OverviewVicarious trauma is increasingly recognised as common in the legal sector. It is a response to the particular demands of working with emotionally challenging clients who may be experiencing trauma in their lives as a result of their particular circumstances, which are often tragic. This training is delivered by our staff member Mary B Jackson, who is both a solicitor and qualified BACP counsellor. It is primarily aimed at all lawyers who work with emotionally challenging clients, e.g. criminal, PI, clinical negligence, family, and immigration.
Staying Well Working Well in the home office
Aim: To encourage participants to consider their work/life balance, outline practical strategies to reduce work-related stress, and identify self-care tips.
OverviewThis webinar is aimed at anyone working in the legal sector, both lawyers and other staff. It covers stress management and provides tips for improving both time and email management, focusing on both practical strategies and self-care. It provides useful reminders of how to cope with living and working in what is increasingly being called “the new normal”.
Maintaining good mental health during a global crisis
Aim: To encourage legal practitioners to look after and maintain good mental health during these unsettling times with an introduction to vicarious trauma and emphasis on self-awareness and self-care
OverviewThis webinar is aimed at all lawyers. It aims to explore how mental health may be impacted by Covid-19 with a brief look at stress,anxiety and depression, an introduction to vicarious trauma and a focus on self-awareness and self-care.
If you’d like to arrange a webinar for your firm, group or organisation, please email email@example.com with the following details:
• Name of firm, organisation or group• Contact details• How many attendees are expected• Audience (partners, all staff, etc.)• Preferred training presentation• Suggested dates – please note that we are more likely to be able to accommodate your preferences if these are at a least a month ahead
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