On 9th July 2015 the ‘EU Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Consumer Disputes Regulations’ will come into effect, impacting all businesses and consumers within the UK.
Consumer rights is currently a hot topic on the minds of regulators and legislators and as a subject at the forefront of political discussion, all businesses need to consider how to deal with consumer conflicts when they arise.
With the introduction of the EU Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Regulations on 9th of July 2015, all traders operating within the UK will need to consider the impact of these regulations on their business.
Alternative Dispute Resolution offers a lower cost and less timely alternative to legal action for consumers and businesses if attempts at resolution via company complaints procedures have been unsuccessful.
In partnership with TrustMark and the Trade Association Forum, GGF Training is delighted to announce that we will be hosting a series of nationwide information-based seminars to prepare UK businesses for what the ADR Regulations will mean for you and your business.
- What is ADR and what do the Regulations mean for my business?
- Do I have to comply?
- What are the consequences if I am not part of an ADR Scheme?
- Where can I access further information and advice?
Commencing in May 2015, morning (8.30am – 10am) and evening (6.30pm – 8pm) seminars will be offered at locations across the UK.
Further information relating to the discussion topics of these seminars is available by visiting:
Register your interest To register your interest in attending an ADR seminar, please click on the link below to complete the short online form:
Expression of Interest - ADR
Over the coming weeks the GGF Training team will be in touch to provide further information on available dates and venues to those who have registered their interest.