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Employment Law

Diploma Level 5 *Complete Course* | *FREE PDF Certificate* | 130 CPD Points| *Strategic Planning FREE Course*


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Offer ends 09 December 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
450 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
130 CPD hours / points
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  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Employment Law

*** 4 Courses Bundle***

**FREE Strategic Planning Course**FREE Recruitment Skills Course** FREE COVID-19 Course**

Diploma in Employment Law Level 5. CPD Accredited Employment Law Certificate with 130 CPD points available with no extra study. This Employment Law course comes with easy to understand e-learning study materials.

Employment Law - Course Benefits

We’re proud to offer a dynamic range of online training courses for employers and employees at all levels. This Employment Law course is ideal for business owners, managers, supervisors and team leaders. Enrol online and gain access to the following benefits:

  • Employment Law - A detailed introduction to the essentials of employee law every employer in the UK must have a thorough understanding of.
  • Employment Law - The opportunity to ensure your business meets its legal obligations to its workforce, while maximising employee welfare standards.
  • Employment Law - An affordable training opportunity for key members of the workforce at all levels – particularly leadership figures and HR workers.
  • Employment Law - No fixed study schedules or deadlines - enjoy the freedom to study from any location at a time and pace to suit your schedule.
  • Employment Law - Access to our dynamic digital learning platform, where you can access your course materials and assignments 24/7 from any connected device.

Employment Law

A thorough understanding of employment law is essential for all employers operating in the United Kingdom. This exclusive online course has been designed to provide business owners, managers and leadership figure with a detailed overview of employee rights and entitlements.

Why Students prefer this Employment Law Diploma from STS:

  • Fully Endorsed Employment Law Course
  • Employment Law Specialist Tutors
  • Employment Law course does not expire till you successfully complete it
  • Employment Law - The option to take study breaks at any time at no extra cost
  • Employment Law - No deadlines, no time restrictions and no fixed schedules
  • Employment Law - All required study materials and supporting documentation included as standard – no additional costs or expenses at any time.
  • Employment Law - Online assessments to test your new skills and knowledge
  • Employment Law - The opportunity to enhance and improve your CV and career prospects.
  • Employment Law - The opportunity to study from any location in the world.

*** 3 Free Gifts included in this Employment Law Course ***

***FREE Strategic Planning Course***

This Free Strategic Planning course covers the following topics:

  • Pyramid Structure
  • Identifying Our Values
  • Creating Value Statements
  • Designing Our Vision
  • Performing a SWOT Analysis
  • Setting Goals
  • Goals with SPIRIT
  • Establishing Priorities
  • Problem Solving in Action
  • Gathering Support
  • Making the Change

***FREE Recruitment Consultant Course***

This Free Recruitment Consultant course covers the following topics:

  • Employment Law - An Introduction to Recruitment
  • Employment Law - The UK Recruitment Industry
  • Employment Law - The Structure of the Industry
  • Employment Law - Executive-level recruitment
  • Employment Law - Middle to Senior Management
  • Employment Law - Permanent Staffing Solutions
  • Employment Law - What Is The Recruitment Process?
  • Employment Law - How Do I Become A Successful Recruiter?

***FREE COVID-19 Course***

This Free Covid-19 course covers the following topics:

  • What Are Coronaviruses?
  • What is COVID-19?
  • What Are the Symptoms of COVID-19?
  • Is it a Cold, the Flu or COVID-19?
  • Mild vs Severe Infection
  • How to Protect Others from COVID-19
  • Do I Need to Wear a Facemask?
  • Caring for Someone with Coronavirus at Home

***This offer ends soon***

With no deadline or time restrictions, our online training courses are suitable for even the busiest schedules. Whether new to UK employment law or looking to refresh your knowledge, this endorsed program comes highly recommended.

Employment Law

Over the course of 13 modules, key topics covered include employee contracts, recruiting new employees, workplace health and safety, grievance handling, absence management, dismissal procedures and many more besides.

Employment Law

Take better care of your employees and ensure your business meets it legal obligations to its workforce. Enrol online / contact our team anytime to learn more.

Employment Law - Course Benefits:

  • Employment Law - Full Tutor Support
  • Employment Law - Self paced, no fixed schedules
  • Employment Law - Available to students anywhere in the world
  • Employment Law - 24/7 Access to the LMS ( Learning Management System )
  • Employment Law - Easy to understand quality e-learning study materials.

Employment Law - Course Material

  • Employment Law - Online course materials
  • Employment Law - Question papers
  • Employment Law - Additional Supporting Material
  • Employment Law - Useful Links

CPD

130 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Standards Office

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Description

Employment Law

Employment Law - Course Outline

Each of the 13 modules in this Employment Law training course concludes with an online assessment in multiple-choice format. Topics covered include the following key knowledge areas:

Employment Law - Unit 1 - Introduction to UK Employment Laws

  • Employment Law - The Legal Framework
  • Employment Law - Common Law
  • Employment Law - The Effects of the EU Withdrawal on Employment Law
  • Employment Law - Worker Types in the United Kingdom
  • Employment Law - Employment Courts in the United Kingdom
  • Employment Law - Employment Tribunals
  • Employment Law - Common law courts
  • Employment Law - ACAS Arbitration Scheme

Employment Law - Unit 2 - Recruiting New Employees

  • Employment Law - Define the Position – Write a Job Description
  • Employment Law - Attracting Candidates - Prepare a Job Advertisement
  • Employment Law - Create a Well-Organized Application Form
  • Employment Law - Carry out Short-Listing
  • Employment Law - Schedule and Conduct Interviews
  • Employment Law - Making Accommodations for Candidates who are Disabled
  • Employment Law - On the Actual Day
  • Employment Law - Carry out Evaluation Tests
  • Employment Law - Candidate Selection
  • Employment Law - Make An Induction Plan

Employment Law - Unit 3 - Employment Contracts

  • Employment Law - Accepting a Contract
  • Employment Law - Conditions of the Contract
  • Employment Law - Collective Agreements
  • Employment Law - Written Statement of Employment Particulars
  • Employment Law - The Principal Statement
  • Employment Law - Working in a Foreign Country
  • Employment Law - The Wider Written Statement
  • Employment Law - Issues with a Written Statement
  • Employment Law - Contract Types and Responsibilities of the Employer
  • Employment Law - Contracts for Full-Time and Part-Time Work
  • Employment Law - Fixed-Term Contracts
  • Employment Law - Agency Staff
  • Employment Law - Contractors, Consultants, and Freelancers

Employment Law - Unit 4 - Rights During Employment

  • Employment Law - Working Hours
  • Employment Law - Benefits and Salary
  • Employment Law - Pensions
  • Employment Law - Holidays
  • Employment Law - Minimum Annual Leave
  • Employment Law - Sick Pay
  • Employment Law - Maternity Leave
  • Employment Law - Paternity Leave
  • Employment Law - Leave For Adoption
  • Employment Law - Leave for Parents
  • Employment Law - Time Off For Dependents

Employment Law - Unit 5 - Training and Development

  • Employment Law - Determine Your Needs
  • Employment Law - Make a strategy for meeting the identified needs
  • Employment Law - Responsibility for Implementation
  • Employment Law - Training Courses - Target Audiences
  • Employment Law - Business Outcome
  • Employment Law - Costs and Resources required
  • Employment Law - Assess the Development Process

Employment Law - Unit 6 - Managing Absence

  • Employment Law - Points to Remember
  • Employment Law - Keeping Track of and Monitoring Absenteeism Rates
  • Employment Law - Patterns of Absence
  • Employment Law - Causes of Absence
  • Employment Law - Dealing with Absence
  • Employment Law - Procedures for Reporting
  • Employment Law - Statement of Fitness for Work – ‘Fit Notes’
  • Employment Law - Sick Leave Pay
  • Employment Law - Short-Term Absence
  • Employment Law - Long-Term Absence
  • Employment Law - Dismissal Alternatives
  • Employment Law - Dealing with Absence as a Conduct Issue Using the Disciplinary Procedure
  • Employment Law - Illnesses Associated With Pregnancy
  • Employment Law - Disability Discrimination Legislation
  • Employment Law - Mental Health/Stress
  • Employment Law - Procedures to Assist in Absence Management

Employment Law - Unit 7 - Health and Safety

  • Employment Law - Legal Requirements
  • Employment Law - Legislation
  • Employment Law - Costs and Benefits
  • Employment Law - Benefits of Good Health and Safety
  • Employment Law - Reporting and Auditing
  • Employment Law - Small and Medium-Sized Organisations
  • Employment Law - Core Actions
  • Employment Law - Writing a Health and Safety Policy
  • Employment Law - Managing the risks
  • Employment Law - Identify the Hazards
  • Employment Law - Who might be Harmed?
  • Employment Law - Evaluate the Risks
  • Employment Law - Keep a Journal of your Findings

Employment Law - Unit 8 - Dealing with Grievances at Work

  • Employment Law - Following the Acas code of practise
  • Employment Law - Grievance procedure
  • Employment Law - The grievance hearing
  • Employment Law - Delays
  • Employment Law - Employers' decisions and appeals
  • Employment Law - Appeals
  • Employment Law - Mediation
  • Employment Law - Grievance meetings
  • Employment Law - Appealing a grievance decision

Employment Law - Unit 9 - Workplace Discrimination

  • Employment Law - Types of discrimination
  • Employment Law - You’re protected from discrimination:
  • Employment Law - Anti-discrimination measures
  • Employment Law - Discrimination can happen in a variety of ways
  • Employment Law - Discrimination in the workplace
  • Employment Law - Disability
  • Employment Law - An Employer’s Perspective
  • Employment Law - Discrimination in the hiring process
  • Employment Law - Rights of people with disabilities
  • Employment Law - Making reasonable adjustments
  • Employment Law - Recruitment
  • Employment Law - Retirement and redundancy

Employment Law - Unit 10 - Dismissal at Work

  • Employment Law - Dismissal: From the Perspective of the Employee
  • Employment Law - Notice period
  • Employment Law - Getting your dismissal in writing
  • Employment Law - Reasons you can be dismissed
  • Employment Law - Illness
  • Employment Law - Different Types of Dismissal
  • Employment Law - Dismissal, both fair and unfair
  • Employment Law - Fair dismissals
  • Employment Law - Constructive dismissal
  • Employment Law - Wrongful dismissal
  • Employment Law - Misconduct
  • Employment Law - Serious misconduct
  • Employment Law - Gross misconduct

Employment Law - Unit 11 - Drugs and Alcohol Issues

  • Employment Law - Creating a Policy
  • Employment Law - What information must be conveyed?
  • Employment Law - Training
  • Employment Law - Sample Policy
  • Employment Law - Support or Discipline?
  • Employment Law - Performance and Behaviour
  • Employment Law - The Initial Performance Interview
  • Employment Law - Disciplinary Procedures
  • Employment Law - Health and Safety
  • Employment Law - Treatment Considerations
  • Employment Law - Workplace Testing for Drug and Alcohol Abuse
  • Employment Law - Points to remember
  • Employment Law - When can You Test?
  • Employment Law - Confidentiality

Employment Law - Unit 12 - Use of Social Media in the Workplace

  • Employment Law - Potential Risks to Employers
  • Employment Law - Have a Clear Policy
  • Employment Law - Monitoring Staff
  • Employment Law - Using the Internet
  • Employment Law - Social Media
  • Employment Law - Using Email
  • Employment Law - Dealing with policy violations

Employment Law - Unit 13 - Working with trade unions employers

  • Employment Law - Collective bargaining
  • Employment Law - Managing the collective bargaining process
  • Employment Law - Information to help with collective bargaining
  • Employment Law - Unions must be informed and consulted.
  • Employment Law - Informing and consulting through a workplace forum
  • Employment Law - The advantages of a workplace forum
  • Employment Law - A workplace forum can help you:
  • Employment Law - The law
  • Employment Law - If your company has 50 or more employees
  • Employment Law - If you want to formalise your agreement
  • Employment Law - Union Membership
  • Employment Law - Authorising the check-off
  • Employment Law - Stopping the check-off
  • Employment Law - Block lists

Who is this course for?

Employment Law

Employment law is something all leadership figures and individuals in a position of responsibility are expected to have a detailed knowledge of. By building an in-depth understand of the main principles of employment law, you have the opportunity to prevent potential legal problems before they occur.

Employment Law

Ultimately, employment law is about safeguarding the welfare of the workforce, while at the same time running a more efficient and compliant business. When employment law is acknowledged, understood and prioritised, everybody wins.

Employment Law

This exclusive Employee Law course is ideal for business owners, managers, supervisors, team leaders and anyone involved in HR or employee welfare.

Employment Law

For more information or to discuss this endorsed Employment Law training course in more detail, contact a member of our admissions team today.

Requirements

Employment Law

There is no particular entry requirement.

Option 1

CPD Accredited Employment Law Diploma (issued by CPD Standard Office)

(PDF format)=£30

(Hard copy)=£95 + postal charges

Option 2

Employment Law Course Completion Certificate issued by STS (Courses for Professional Development)

PDF Certificate - FREE

Hard copy - £25 + postal charges

*Postage Charges: National £9, International £15

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Employment Law

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