Award in Advanced Employment Law (MQF 7)€695
About this course
Benefits for individuals:
- This course will refine participants’ employment litigation skills and offer expert advice on the most significant trends in Employment Law.
- Participants will also be in a better position to apply their learning to work actions that benefit employees and employers alike.
Benefits for employers:
- Employers will benefit from increased best practices at the workplace resulting in reduced risks and damages caused by non-compliant practices.
- Business will also benefit from ROI (return on investment) and better alignment of business strategy.
If you’re looking to strengthen your career as an HR Specialist, this course is guaranteed to sharpen your practice skills whilst keeping you current on today’s employment law developments. This Award is comprised of 4 ECTS credits and can be achieved in 3 months. The programme is made up of one module made up of 10 units.
Participants should have a Level 5 HR and Employment Law qualification and have at least two years’ experience working in the HR field.
To achieve the Award in Advanced Employment Law, candidates need to successfully complete one oral exam/interview and two written assignments. There is no overall exam.
This programme is delivered face-to-face in a classroom environment.
Who is this course for?
This course is intended for those who are aged 21+ and work in HR or employment law.
Language of Instruction
This programme will be delivered in English.
How to Apply
To apply for this course, please submit your application here. You will be requested to submit all relevant documents required to process the application. Your application will be reviewed by our admission team who will send a confirmation of acceptance or otherwise by email within 24 hours of receipt of the application.
This award is designed to enhance your employment litigation skills by giving you insight into the most significant trends in employment law.
General Overview of Employment Law
Restructuring, Redundancies and Collective Redundancies
Information and Consultation Rights and Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE)
Overview of Health and Safety Law in Employment
Data Protection in Relation to Employment
Social Media in Employment and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend
Overview of Intellectual property and issues relating to employees and consultants
Contractual Clauses: Remuneration systems such as bonus structures; share options and trusts as retirement savings vehicles. Restrictive Covenants, Court Proceedings including court injunctions
The Ins and Outs of the Working Time Regulations and Overtime Regulations and Other leave entitlements
Policies, Procedures and Staff Handbook