Prospect Law’s education and training service brings together our multi-disciplinary team of lawyers, surveyors, insurance and technical advisors.

It enables our clients to access this unique combination of specialist expertise to enhance and develop their own knowledge and skillsets. It allows us to provide critical knowledge and insight across our specialist areas of renewable energy, nuclear energy, insurance and risk management, ESG (environment, social, and governance), and agri-business.

In addition, through our bespoke training service, we design and deliver practical learning outcomes that are tailored to organisations’ specific requirements and training needs.

Our upcoming training courses

  1. Oct 04 2022

    How the insurance market works: a buyer’s primer

    Practical Guidance for Insurance Buyers Part One:

    Insurance can be complex, and most organisations use brokers and advisors to help simplify the process. As helpful as that can be, the outlook and objectives of intermediaries can vary and may be influenced by different incentives and remuneration mechanisms.

    This course is designed to help non-insurance specialists achieve better outcomes when purchasing business and commercial insurance.

  2. Oct 11 2022

    Environmental law and property transactions: key issues and implications for managing risk

    As the scope and complexity of environmental law continues to evolve, it is increasingly important to remain up to date and aware of the obligations and key impacts of current legislation.

    This two-hour course details the significant areas of legislation and key implications of environmental law from the perspective of the property sector.

  3. Oct 18 2022

    How to get value from farming business contracts

    Far too many farmers sign up to contracts without reading the terms, meaning they often get a bad deal and poor value for their farming businesses.

    This two-hour workshop provides a real-world guide to understanding and getting better value out of farming business contracts.

  4. Nov 08 2022

    Optimal management of the claims process

    Practical Guidance for Insurance Buyers Part Two:

    The insurance claims process can often be drawn out and complicated, and differences in the way that the process is managed can have significantly different outcomes.

    This is an essential two hour course for business managers and owners looking for guidance on how to initiate and manage the insurance claim process more effectively. 

  5. Nov 22 2022

    ESG Fundamentals & Core Principles

    The role and impact of ESG has transformed over the past decade. It has become increasingly important for organisations to develop, and articulate, a strong and clearly defined ESG strategy and ethos.

    This two-day course aims to cut through the noise and jargon and provide a clear framework for understanding the core concepts, mechanisms, and impacts of ESG.

  6. Future

    Advanced Nuclear Technologies and SMRs: Routes to commercial deployment, Part One

    Key considerations for regulation and licensing; radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel management; decommissioning; liability and insurance.

  7. Future

    Radioactive Waste and Spent Nuclear Fuel Management Systems for Nuclear Newcomer Countries

    This series of five specialised workshops is designed for personnel in relevant organisations within countries that are intending to establish nuclear energy programmes.

    The training utilises the IAEA’s Milestones approach for developing a national infrastructure for nuclear power and uses the framework as a central reference point to evaluate the development of policies, strategy, infrastructure, organisations, financing and funding mechanisms.

  8. Future

    Workshop 1: Development of policies and strategies for radioactive waste and spent fuel management

    This workshop will look at the development of policies and strategies for spent fuel management, radioactive waste management, decommissioning, extraction industries, and industrial / medical arisings. It will be tailored as appropriate to the requirements of the party concerned utilising IAEA and NEA guidance, and international best practice.

    At the end of the workshop delegates will have developed an understanding of what policy is, how it is established and what it should cover. Similarly, delegates will understand how policy is implemented through strategy development and the competences required to deliver this.

  9. Future

    Workshop 2: Costing and financing

    This workshop will examine the basic principles of costing long term liabilities such that adequate financing will be available to deal with them as and when required. The liabilities in question are spent fuel storage, decommissioning and near surface and geological disposal.

    The workshop will consider the various cost estimation methods and factors affecting costs in developing lifetime plans. It will then go on to describe the basic principles of funding schemes, including contribution mechanisms, trust funds and investment strategies; the importance of decommissioning plans for new-build will be emphasised. Examples of funding mechanisms from various countries will be provided.

  10. Future

    Workshop 3: Radioactive waste and spent fuel management - organisational aspects

    Article 19 of the Joint Convention on the safety of spent fuel management and the safety of radioactive waste management requires the legislative and regulatory framework (of a country) should provide for ‘a clear allocation of responsibilities of the bodies involved in the different steps of spent fuel and of radioactive waste management’.

    This workshop will consider the various organisations involved in a nuclear power programme and their interrelationships, and look at various national examples. It will in particular consider the roles and responsibilities of waste management organisations (WMOs).

  11. Future

    Workshop 4: Repository development

    This workshop will consider repository development in more detail. It will look at the options available for near-surface (or equivalent) and deep repositories, the timings associated with each and the long-term requirements. Siting will be covered along with stakeholder engagement. National examples will be presented and discussed.

    The learning objectives here are to gain an understanding of the siting and design of near-surface facilities for lower activity wastes, and the siting and design of deep geological repositories. The timings of each set against the nuclear power programme will be considered and linked to the financing aspects. An appreciation of stakeholder engagement will also be achieved.

  12. Future

    Workshop 5: Course wrap-up

    This final workshop provides a high-level summary of the previous four workshops and facilitates a review discussion between the delegates.

Bespoke Training Courses

Looking for something specific for your team?

Our bespoke training programmes are designed to meet the unique requirements of your organisation.

The programmes are targeted to support your teams' development and keep them up to date with the impact of emerging trends and changes in policy, law, and regulation within renewable and nuclear energy, environmental law, insurance and risk management, creation of shared value, ESG, and agri-business.

Please contact Ben Robinson, Head of Education and Training to find out more about our bespoke courses or any of our training programmes.

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