Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
A not-for-profit organisation representing injured people

Other accredited courses

How to accredit events with APIL

If you are a training provider and wish to accredit your events with APIL, please complete an annual application form which can be found below:

  • Standard annual fee - £150 + VAT
  • Registered charity annual fee - £25 + VAT

Upon approval, you may apply for APIL accreditation on an event by event basis.

By accrediting training offered by other providers, we give APIL members greater choice and flexibility in how they fulfil their training commitments. Accredited members are required to complete a minimum of 16 CPD hours per year. This training must have been approved and accredited by APIL). Accredited training is promoted to APIL members and non-members and you will be able to use the term 'Accredited by APIL Training' at your course and on marketing materials, demonstrating that your training meets APIL's high quality standards.

We offer accreditation on both face-to-face and distance learning events. Training courses and conferences may be repeated in different locations and you only need to accredit each series once*. You will need to complete the event application and include the fee of:

  • Face-to-face/virtual events of 3 hours or more - £125 + VAT
  • Face-to-face/virtual events of less than 3 hours - £75 + VAT
  • Distance learning of 2 hours or less - £50 + VAT
  • Charity rate - £25 + VAT (if the event carries more than 6 CPD hours the fee will be £50 + VAT)

From time to time, APIL assessors may attend accredited training courses or a full pack of training materials may be requested, after the event, to monitor objectives against the actual programme. All information can be found in the guidance forms.

*Face-to-face events are accredited for a 6 month period while distance learning events are accredited over a 9 month period.

Accredited events

Members - please note that only the courses listed by these providers are APIL accredited. A number of solicitors’ offices hold APIL in-house accreditation which automatically accredits their personal injury and clinical negligence training. To check if your office is accredited, or for more information about APIL in-house accreditation, please click here.

Course provider
Course type
Course date
ProviderCourse titleTarget audienceCPD hoursDatesLocations
12 KINGS BENCH WALKAnnual Asbestos Series 2020 - Part 1 Low dose Senior Litigator/ Fellow0.5On demand 
Annual Asbestos Series 2020 - Part 3 Witham and Fatal ClaimsSenior Litigator / Fellow0.5On demand 
Annual Asbestos Series 2020 - Part 4 Immunotherapy Senior Litigator / Fellow0.5On demand 
Annual Asbestos Series 2020- Part 2 Exposure in schoolsSenior Litigator / Fellow0.5On demand 
7 BRSwift v Carpenter: The inside story Litigator/Senior Litigator1On demand 
AVMA399 - Medico Legal issues in the care of the older people Litigator/Senior Litigator5.15On demand 
399 - Medico Legal Issues in the care of the older peopleLitigator / Senior Litigator5.25On demand 
ACNC 2020All levels3On demand 
Costs Update All levels1On demand 
Factual causation and the counterfactual: statistical specificity or a broad judgment, which is rightAll levels1On demand 
Medico legal issues in OpthalmologyAll levels1On demand 
Medico Legal Issues in SurgeryLitigator / Senior Litigator6.5On demand 
Uro-Cancer: Medico-Legal Issues ArisingAll levels127/11/2020 
BRAIN INJURY GROUPAssistive technologyLitigator / Senior litigator1On demand 
Brain Injuries and Financial MattersLitigator / Senior Litigator1On demand 
Child Brain InjuriesLitigator/Senior Litigator5.2503/03/2021London
CICA claims for a brain injuryLitigator / senior litigator1On demand 
Communication and assessing mental capacityLitigator / Senior Litigator1On demand 
Court of protection costs updateLitigator / Senior litigator1On demand 
Court of Protection Legal UpdateLitigator / Senior Litigator1On demand 
Education following a brain injuryLitigator / senior litigator1On demand 
Engaging with Brain Injured clients Litigator / Senior Litigator1On demand 
Essential Legal Updatelitigator / senior litigator1On demand 
Frontal Lobe InjuriesLitigator/Senior Litigator1On demand 
Housing adaptationsLitigator / Senior litigator1On demand 
How case managers with an OT background ensure excellent clinical outcomesLitigator / Senior Litigator110/12/2020 
Improving rehab outcomes - Is nutrition the missing link?Litigator / Senior litigator1On demand 
Legal update on secondary victim claimsLitigator / Senior litigator1On demand 
Mental capacity and best interests decision makingLitigator / senior litigator1On demand 
MIBLitigator/Senior Litigator1On demand 
Neuro psychological testingLitigator / senior litigator1On demand 
NHS continuing healthcare fundingLitigator / Senior Litigator101/12/2020 
Ogden table for brain injury lawyersLitigator / Senior Litigator1On demand 
Qualified one way cost shiftingLitigator / senior litigator1On demand 
Speech and language therapy in the 21st centuryLitigator / Senior litigator1On demand 
The successful presentation of catastrophic injury claims Litigator/Senior Litigator1On demand 
Understanding mild traumatic brain injuries and seriousnessLitigator / Senior Litigator108/12/2020 
Welfare benefits updateLitigator / senior litigator1On demand 
FRENKEL TOPPING LIMITEDAvoiding professional negligenceAll levels101/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Court of protection and the OPGAll levels101/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Investing for vulnerable clientsAll levels101/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Later life and the impact of the Care ActAll levels101/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Minor TrustsAll levels101/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Pension LossAll levels0.7501/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Periodic paymentsAll levels101/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Tax and Benefit planningAll levels101/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
Welfare benefits and PI trustsAll levels0.7501/01/2020 to 31/12/2020Various
LAWNET LTDPersonal Injury - Topical IssuesLitigator/Senior Litigator1On demand 
LEXISNEXISEmployment and vicarious liability (2020)Senior Litigator / Fellow2On demand 
Industrial Disease (2020)Senior Litigator / Fellow2On demand 
Personal Injury - Fundamental Dishonesty 2020Senior Litigator/Fellow2On demand 
Procedural CPR Update (2020)Senior Litigator / Fellow2On demand 
Road traffic accidents: case law update (2020)Senior Litigator / Fellow2On demand 
Serious Injury: Case law update (2020)Senior Litigator / Fellow2On demand 
LIVERPOOL LAW SOCIETY2020 Personal Injury ConferenceLitigator/Senior Litigator5.2509/12/2020Liverpool
MBL SEMINARS LTD2020 Personal Injury Update - Live with Jeff Zindani - Learn LiveLitigator/Senior Litigator3On demand 
A guide to ophthalmic claims for clinical negligenceLitigator/Senior Litigator1On demand 
Amputation Claims - Tips, tricks and tactics for PI lawyersLitigator / Senior litigator2On demand 
An introduction to the RTA claims portal with Nicky Carter - Learn LiveLitigator/Senior Litigator3On demand 
An Introductory Guide to Still Birth ClaimsLitigator/Senior Litigator1On demand 
Asbestos Litigation - What's new?litigator / senior litigator1On demand 
Costs 2020Litigator / Senior Litigator502/12/2020 
Thirteenth Annual CPR Review of the Year with Dominic Regan - Live at Your Desk – Learn LiveLitigator / Senior Litigator4.75On demand 
WESTCOUNTRY CASE MANAGEMENT LTDCase Management for Brain Injured Individuals Litigator / Senior litigator2On demand