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This short course will enable you to critically analyse contemporary employment law issues, keep abreast of legal developments and appreciate the practical implications of employment law disputes. You'll gain an understanding of this complex area of law and of the importance of law and legal developments in the employment field.
The Employment Law and Practice course will provide you with an understanding of the legal framework relating to employee relations and human resource management, giving you the ability to handle and analyse legal materials with confidence. You'll be able to analyse developments in employment law, including European Community law, and be able to identify appropriate sources to enable you to keep abreast of developments.
You'll also be able to identify problems and issues that arise in employee relations and human resource management, and apply legal principles to those situations. Students learn to advise on appropriate legal action to be taken in the workplace, advise on the preparation, presentation and settling of employment tribunal cases, and identify current legal issues, research those areas and analyse the findings.
This short course is a fully validated academic module that is part of the master's (MA) and Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) courses in human resource management. Short course participants will take this module together with existing full-time or part-time students on the postgraduate courses.
The course is credit-bearing and you'll be issued a Certificate of Attendance setting out the credits you've achieved and the grade obtained. You can also be issued a transcript on completion of the course. The credits earned may be applied towards a full, related degree at London Metropolitan University, or another university, should you wish to pursue a full degree at a later stage.
You MUST agree to the below Terms & Conditions before making your payment.
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
- To secure your place on the CIPS programmes/modules please ensure full payment prior to the start of your module and ensure that you have completed our CIPS Booking Form.
- Enrolment forms and payments must be received at least 5 working days before the course starts.
- Places on the course will be confirmed by email - joining letter and pack - will be sent to your home or work address as requested.
- Cancellation of modules and or exams must be requested by email, prior to the cancellation deadline dates set by CIPS.
- For any queries concerning your study programme, please consult the CIPS programme manager.
- Once a participant has enrolled and the CIPS deadline date has passed, please note, delegates will not be able to defer.
- In the event of the CPD team having to cancel a module due to unforeseen circumstances, we will ensure that an alternative option is found and further information will be disseminated to each participant. Please be aware that we cannot be held responsible for any travel and accommodation expenses or other losses arising from any such cancellation.
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