LocationAnthony Collins Solicitors LLP, 134 Edmund Street, Birmingham, B3 2ES Get directions
What is it about?
Part 1: Our session should help you understand TUPE and the implications of TUPE for your school or academy.
Part 2: This session will help raise awareness about academies legal obligations under the LGPS in respect of the award of discretionary benefits.
Who will be there?
James Monk and Michelle Wooding, who both work in our education and employment law/HR team, will be sharing their experience and insight in dealing with TUPE and the pitfalls it can hold for the unwary.
They will be joined by Douglas Mullen an employment lawyer with an expertise in complex legal issues and the LGPS.
There will be an opportunity to network over coffee with our team and other education stakeholders.
Why should I attend?
Part 1: This is relevant to all those wanting a better knowledge and understanding of TUPE. It will be particularly helpful for schools that are thinking of becoming an academy, Multi-Academy Trusts for those who are thinking about changing the provider of services to their academy or school.
Part 2: Will help those wanting to gain a wider understanding of the awarding of discretionary benefits within the LGPS scheme and their obligations in this regard.
Who is it for?
- Leaders of Multi-Academy Trusts
- Those who deal with the academy conversion process
Registration is from 10:00am. For more information, contact Carol Eyles on 0121 214 3623 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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