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Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
49 hours
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Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
110 CPD hours / points
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  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Employment Law provides direction to both employers and employees to an extent. Because of Employment Law, both parties are better aware of their obligations and boundaries. This saves big time conflicts between employers and employees. This Employment Law UK course has everything you need to do your job smoothly without any dispute in the workplace.

There are many great job opportunities in the UK. However, on a daily basis, many companies shut down, and employees get fired because they unintentionally go against the law. Hence, it is crucial for both employers and employees to be aware of Employment Law.

Throughout this course, you will discover how Employment Law ultimately shapes an organisation and the experience of employees. Additionally, you will be acquainted with insurance contract laws and holiday funds. Moreover, you will also acquire knowledge about HR and payroll management. Furthermore, you will find solutions for any contract breach, learn appropriate office skills and everything in between.

This Employment Law course is made up of 11 popular courses:

  • Employment Law Course 1: UK Employment Law and Employee Rights Diploma
  • Employment Law Course 2: Law and Contracts - Level 2
  • Employment Law Course 3: HR Management
  • Employment Law Course 4: Payroll Management - Diploma
  • Employment Law Course 5: HR And Recruitment Consultant Training - Level 4
  • Employment Law Course 6: Office Administration Certificate
  • Employment Law Course 7: GDPR
  • Employment Law Course 8: Performance Management
  • Employment Law Course 9: Workplace Professionalism and boundaries - Level 2
  • Employment Law Course 10: Preventing Workplace Violence and Harassment Level 3
  • Employment Law Course 11: Anti Money Laundering (AML) Regulation for AML Officers Diploma

Throughout this Employment Law course, you will learn the importance of Employment Law and how you can utilise it for a superior experience, including—

UK Employment Law and Employee Rights Diploma

  • Get an overview of Employment Law
  • Know how to deal with discrimination in the workplace
  • Understand health and safety at work

Law and Contracts - Level 2

  • Familiarise with the UK Law
  • Be aware of Insurance Law
  • Comprehend contracts for employees

HR Management

  • Learn about employee recruitment and selection procedure
  • Acquire knowledge about employee relations
  • Find out about the employee termination process

Payroll Management – Diploma

  • Be informed about Payroll basics
  • Grasp the concept of pension scheme basics
  • Build up skills in linking payroll to accounts

HR And Recruitment Consultant Training - Level 4

  • Get an overview of the recruitment industry
  • Pick up client strategy in the recruitment sector
  • Know the steps to start and run a successful recruiting service

Office Administration Certificate

  • Possess skills of an effective administrator
  • Get hold of communication skills
  • Learn the basics of telephone etiquette

GDPR

  • Be aware of the lawful basis for preparation
  • Make head or tail of rights and breaches
  • Understand responsibilities and obligations

Performance Management

  • Get an elaborate introduction to performance management
  • Identify key performance indicators
  • Master the art of reporting

Workplace Professionalism and boundaries - Level 2

  • Learn to position yourself as a professional
  • Enhance your professional image
  • Expand and polish your skills

Preventing Workplace Violence and Harassment Level 3

  • Identify and call out the bully
  • Know how to handle workplace violence
  • Be competent in developing a workplace harassment policy

Anti Money Laundering (AML) Regulation for AML Officers Diploma

  • Grasp the concept of the risk-based approach
  • Adapt the skill of record-keeping
  • Be aware of suspicious conduct and transactions

Sign up for this Employment Law course now and save yourself from all the workplace hassles!

What You Get Out Of Studying With Apex Learning?

  • Lifetime access to Employment Law UKbundle materials
  • Full tutor support available from Monday to Friday
  • Free up your time — don’t waste time and money travelling for classes
  • Accessible, informative modules taught by expert Employment Law instructors
  • Study the Employment Law course from your computer, tablet or mobile device
  • Improve your chance of gaining professional Employment Law skills and better earning potential

CPD

110 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Qualification Standards

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Description

Employment Law

Discover employment law challenges that face organisations and understand the legal aspects of restructuring. Learn how to effectively manage the legal implications of organisation change.

Course Curriculum of Employment Law Level 3

Employment Law - Course 1: UK Employment Law and Employee Rights Diploma

  • Employment Law: Basic of Employment Law
  • Employment Law: Legal Recruitment Process
  • Employment Law: Employment Contracts
  • Employment Law: Employee Handbook
  • Employment Law: Disciplinary Procedure
  • Employment Law: National Minimum Wage & National Living Wage
  • Employment Law: Parental Right, Sick Pay & Pension Scheme
  • Employment Law: Discrimination in the Workplace
  • Employment Law: Health & Safety at Work
  • Employment Law: Dismissal, Grievances and Employment Tribunals
  • Employment Law: Workplace Monitoring & Data Protection

Employment Law - Course 2: Law and Contracts - Level 2

  • Employment Law: Introduction to UK Laws
  • Employment Law: Ministry of Justice
  • Employment Law: Agreements and Contractual Intention
  • Employment Law: Considerations and Capacities of Contact Laws
  • Employment Law: Terms within a Contract
  • Employment Law: Misinterpretations and Mistakes
  • Employment Law: Consumer Protection
  • Employment Law: Privity of Contract
  • Employment Law: Insurance Contract Laws
  • Employment Law: Contracts for Employees
  • Employment Law: Considerations in International Trade Contracts
  • Employment Law: Laws and Regulations for International Trade
  • Employment Law: Remedies for Any Contract Breach

Employment Law - Course 3: HR Management

  • Employment Law: Introduction to Human Resource
  • Employment Law: Employee Recruitment and Selection Procedure
  • Employment Law: Employee Training and Development Process
  • Employment Law: Performance Appraisal Management
  • Employment Law: Employee Relations
  • Employment Law: Motivation and Counselling
  • Employment Law: Ensuring Health and safety at the Workplace
  • Employment Law: Employee Termination
  • Employment Law: Employer Record and Statistics
  • Employment Law: Essential UK Employment Law

Employment Law - Course 4: Payroll Management - Diploma


***Sage 50 Payroll for Beginners***

  • Employment Law: Payroll Basics
  • Employment Law: Company Settings
  • Employment Law: Legislation Settings
  • Employment Law: Pension Scheme Basics
  • Employment Law: Pay Elements
  • Employment Law: The Processing Date
  • Employment Law: Adding Existing Employees
  • Employment Law: Adding New Employees
  • Employment Law: Payroll Processing Basics
  • Employment Law: Entering Payments
  • Employment Law: Pre-Update Reports
  • Employment Law: Updating Records
  • Employment Law: e-Submissions Basics
  • Employment Law: Process Payroll (November)
  • Employment Law: Employee Records and Reports
  • Employment Law: Editing Employee Records
  • Employment Law: Process Payroll (December)
  • Employment Law: Resetting Payments
  • Employment Law: Quick SSP
  • Employment Law: An Employee Leaves
  • Employment Law: Final Payroll Run
  • Employment Law: Reports and Historical Data
  • Employment Law: Year-End Procedures

***Sage 50 Payroll Intermediate Level***

  • Employment Law: The Outline View and Criteria
  • Employment Law: Global Changes
  • Employment Law: Timesheets
  • Employment Law: Departments and Analysis
  • Employment Law: Holiday Schemes
  • Employment Law: Recording Holidays
  • Employment Law: Absence Reasons
  • Employment Law: Statutory Sick Pay
  • Employment Law: Statutory Maternity Pay
  • Employment Law: Student Loans
  • Employment Law: Company Cars
  • Employment Law: Workplace Pensions
  • Employment Law: Holiday Funds
  • Employment Law: RollBack
  • Employment Law: Passwords and Access Rights
  • Employment Law: Options and Links
  • Employment Law: Linking Payroll to Accounts

Employment Law - Course 5: HR And Recruitment Consultant Training - Level 4

  • Employment Law: Introduction to Recruitment: Importance and Implications
  • Employment Law: An Overview of the Recruitment Industry
  • Employment Law: The UK Recruitment Legislation
  • Employment Law: Sales and Selling in the Recruitment Industry
  • Employment Law: The Recruitment Process
  • Employment Law: Key Performance Indicators for the Recruitment Industry
  • Employment Law: Candidate Attraction for Recruitment
  • Employment Law: Candidate Management
  • Employment Law: Candidate Interview Processes
  • Employment Law: Client Acquisition
  • Employment Law: Client Strategy in the Recruitment Sector

Course 6: Office Administration Certificate

  • Employment Law: Introduction to Office Administration
  • Employment Law: Skills of an Effective Administrator
  • Employment Law: Business Writing Skills
  • Employment Law: Communication Skills
  • Employment Law: Managing Meetings and Giving Feedback
  • Employment Law: Organisational Skills
  • Employment Law: Telephone Etiquette
  • Employment Law: Negotiation Techniques
  • Employment Law: Conflict Management
  • Employment Law: Stress Management

Employment Law - Course 7: GDPR

  • Employment Law: GDPR Basics
  • Employment Law: GDPR Explained
  • Employment Law: Lawful Basis for Preparation
  • Employment Law: Rights and Breaches
  • Employment Law: Responsibilities and Obligations

Employment Law - Course 8: Performance Management

  • Employment Law: Introduction
  • Employment Law: Performance
  • Employment Law: Key Performance Indicators
  • Employment Law: Reporting
  • Employment Law: Rewarding

Employment Law - Course 9: Workplace Professionalism and boundaries - Level 2

  • Employment Law: Positioning Yourself as a Professional
  • Employment Law: Enhancing Your Professional Image
  • Employment Law: Expanding Your Skills
  • Employment Law: Communicating for Results
  • Employment Law: Building Relationships and Networks

Employment Law - Course 10: Preventing Workplace Violence and Harassment Level 3

***Workplace Management: Violence***

  • Employment Law: What Is Workplace Harassment?
  • Employment Law: Identifying the Bully
  • Employment Law: How to Handle Workplace Violence
  • Employment Law: Risk Assessment (I)
  • Employment Law: Risk Assessment (II)
  • Employment Law: Being the Victim
  • Employment Law: Checklist for Employers
  • Employment Law: Interview Process
  • Employment Law: Investigation Process

***Workplace Management: Harassment***

  • Employment Law: The Background
  • Employment Law: Developing an Anti-Harassment Policy
  • Employment Law: Policies in the Workplace
  • Employment Law: Proper Procedures in the Workplace
  • Employment Law: False Allegations
  • Employment Law: Other Options
  • Employment Law: Sexual Harassment
  • Employment Law: Mediation
  • Employment Law: Conflict Resolution
  • Employment Law: The Aftermath

Employment Law - Course 11: Anti Money Laundering (AML) Regulation for AML Officers Diploma

  • Employment Law: Introduction to Money Laundering
  • Employment Law: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
  • Employment Law: Development of Anti-Money Laundering Regulation
  • Employment Law: Responsibility of the Money Laundering Reporting Office
  • Employment Law: Risk-based Approach
  • Employment Law: Customer Due Diligence
  • Employment Law: Record Keeping
  • Employment Law: Suspicious Conduct and Transactions
  • Employment Law: Awareness and Training

How will I get my Certificate?

After successfully completing the course you will be able to order your CPD Accredited Certificates (PDF + Hard Copy) as proof of your achievement.

  • PDF Certificate: Free (Previously it was £10 * 11 = £110)
  • Hard Copy Certificate: Free (For The Title Course)

If you want to get hardcopy certificates for other courses, generally you have to pay £20 for each. But this Fall, Apex Learning is offering a Flat 50% discount on hard copy certificates, and you can get each for just £10!

P.S. The delivery charge inside the U.K. is £3.99 and the international students have to pay £9.99.

Who is this course for?

Employment Law

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this Employment Law Level 3. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

Requirements

Employment Law

Our Employment Law Level 3 is fully compatible with PC’s, Mac’s, Laptop, Tablet and Smartphone devices. This course has been designed to be fully compatible on tablets and smartphones so you can access your course on wifi, 3G or 4G.

There is no time limit for completing this course, it can be studied in your own time at your own pace.

Career path

This Employment Law: UK Employment Law coursewill help you to explore many different career opportunities. Enrolling on this Employment Law: UK Employment Law course can lead you to the following career paths:

  • Employment Law: Human Resource
  • Employment Law: HR Advisor
  • Employment Law: HR Assistant
  • Employment Law: Recruiter
  • Employment Law: Recruitment Agency

And many more!

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CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on reed.co.uk, many of which can be completed online.

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