Award-winning training days from the Brain Injury Group
The Brain Injury Group delivers a series of highly regarded training days throughout the year that draw in a wide audience from including our member firms, other lawyers, health, social care and other professionals involved in caring for brain injured people.
All our courses are delivered by proven experts in the field of brain injury, so you can be confident that the knowledge and insight presented will be highly relevant.
You will find details of our next training day within the Brain Injury Group category of our Events calendar, or you can download a list of events for the year here. Information is also available from our ‘Other publications’ page.
Here’s the kind of feedback we get from our delegates:
“This is the best brain injury training in the country and all the skills are transferable to high value catastrophic claims, so we are all being up-skilled.” Brain Injury Group member firm
“Progressive, up to date information and day which provided holistic information about brain injury. Fantastic event – would recommend and come again.” 11-year qualified PQE Claimant Solicitor
“Thanks Brain Injury Group for another carefully crafted informative day – raising some thought provoking issues surrounding the challenges our patients face.” Case Manager
Click here for more information about our 2018 programme.
Please contact Julie McCarthy to book a place on 07740 283 080 or by email at [email protected]
We offer special rates for health and social care professionals and for charities and students.
The second strand of our training programme is a selection of short training sessions delivered on an ‘in-house’ basis exclusively to member firms by associate members. Member firms can find more information here.
You’ll find details of Brain Injury Group training events on our Events Calendar, along with many other conferences, exhibitions and courses that may be of interest to anyone involved in supporting individuals and families affected by brain injury.
In partnership with our member firms, we actively support a number of national campaigns that demonstrate the work we do to highlight the issues affecting people with brain injury and, crucially, their carers.
We also support World Encephalitis Day through social media activity; this global awareness campaign takes place on 22 February each year..
Road Safety Week is a big campaign for us every year; shown below are just a few of the images captured in recent years of the schools that have taken part: