Professional learning courses
Led by our ombudsmen, our courses focus on first tier complaints handling and best practice. We aim to help service providers understand the Legal Ombudsman’s investigation process and how to introduce different aspects of complaint handling and customer care. We do this using a combination of case studies, Q&A and presentations.
Details will appear on this page when new course dates are set but for further information about courses please email: email@example.com
These courses are free to attend and are available to professionals who work for a firm regulated under the Legal Services Act.
What people have said about our courses
- “Very good overview of how LeO operates and makes decisions.”Feb 2018, Birmingham
- “The course was perfect for my requirements. I am new to client care but have extensive experience on the industry.”Oct 2019, Newcastle
- “Very good and I was pleased copies of the slides were provided for us to take away – this was very helpful. More examples could be useful.”Dec 2018, London
- “Really well presented, engaging and very informative. Aims definitely met.May 2019, Leeds
- “Very much enjoyed the session. Very informative.”Oct 2019, Newcastle
- “I thought the course was exactly what we were looking for in terms of guidance on complaints.June 2018, Birmingham
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Interview with a complainant
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