Whether you’ve been gainfully employed for the last few years or are a recent graduate, it’s practically impossible to ignore the fact that the level of competition between job seekers has significantly increased. Partly this is due to the lack of jobs in the personal injury industry and partly due to the ever-present threat of redundancy. As firms constantly challenge themselves to optimise their cash flow, there is no such thing as a ‘safe job’ anymore. However, additional personal injury training can help to increase your chances of moving up the ladder or getting a foot onto the first rung if you’re at the start of your career.

Train for tomorrow

A good CV has never been more important. With few companies finding the impetus to expand, recruitment has become a very specific process. Personal injury companies are looking for the best that they can get for their money and the only way to show commitment and dedication is through your qualifications and a willingness to continuously update and expand your skills set.

The personal injury industry is a constantly evolving entity. As new legislation is implemented and further proposals impact on existing laws, a job seeker who relies solely on his or her university qualifications is going to be left behind relatively quickly. Undertaking additional legal training not only boosts your knowledge of the Law and best practices, but it also communicates to a potential employer that you are prepared to go the extra mile to achieve your goals.

Professional and personal benefits

In addition to adding a little shine to your CV, taking on additional training is a great way to re-ignite your self-confidence. Being on the job market takes its own toll on your self-esteem, but so too does enduring a job that you feel doesn’t offer challenges or show you off to your best potential. By undertaking an up-to-date training programme, you can rediscover your hidden potential and get a deeper understanding of just why you are the right person for the right job. This can translate into a greater degree of confidence in interview situations, making sure that you are comfortable and don’t undersell yourself.

In addition, taking steps to improve your professional know-how presents the idea that you are ambitious and want to succeed. In the current economic climate, it is important to employers that their staff want to move forward. Employers value dynamic personalities that are prepared to step out of their comfort zones. Not only does this suggest that you take a long-term perspective of your job, but also suggests that you will be a team player. While there is occasionally room for a hotshot maverick, in reality it is those who are prepared to work with and not against their colleagues who stand a better chance of ‘moving up’.

Ultimately, for an employer, having someone who is up to speed on the latest nuances of their field can only be a good thing. Prospective clients are more likely to want to have their interests represented by a company whose staff are knowledgeable about current legal matters. Additional legal training may have some immediate short-term benefits, but there are also plenty of long-term benefits that will come to fruition further down the line as well.

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