This course is accredited under NCFE’s Investing in Quality Licence.
This 2 day course provides practical advice on how to identify and deal with common employment issues throughout the employment relationship.
Develop theoretical and practical skills
The 6 round table sessions, will explain the legal principles and requirements at each stage. This will help you to identify and deal with employment issues early, in a practical manner, so you can apply the law to your business.
|1||1||Formulating the Relationship: Working relationships and common issues around recruitment and selection processes.|
|1||2||Starting the Relationship: Understanding and implementing contracts of employment and changes to contracts of employment.|
|1||3||Managing the Relationship: Managing common day to day employee issues with certainty.|
|2||4||Managing the Relationship: A short guide to equality and diversity issues.|
|2||5||Ending the Relationship: How to limit the risks of any termination.|
|2||6||Dealing with any fallout of the relationship: Employment tribunals – a practical guide.|
Who should attend?
This course is ideally suited to all HR professionals, Owner/Managers or anyone involved in dealing with employee issues.
Why should you attend?
This course will give you the grounding you need to get HR management decisions right first time, minimise legal risks, avoid employment pitfalls and once applied can help your business run more smoothly.
Assist your professional development
On completion of all 6 sessions, and an assessment, successful learners will be awarded a certificate of achievement by NCFE. This is not a nationally recognised qualification but has been benchmarked at Level 3 (using Ofqual’s Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) level descriptors) to reflect the basis of the depth of study, difficulty, and level of achievement involved.
This 2 day course will run Tuesday 22 November 2016 (sessions 1-3) to Wednesday 23 November 2016 (sessions 4-6).
£400 plus VAT, per delegate for the full 2 day course.
Payment plans are available upon request.
How to apply
To register on a future course or to book for your organisation please contact:
Chris Maddock, Partner