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Labour Law Programmes offered by UKZN Extended Learning!

These programmes provide students with exposure to more in depth labour topics and a wide spectrum of substantive and procedural Labour Law, as well as a practical understanding in areas of industrial relations. The objective is to equip students by providing them with a practical ability in the acquisition, analysis, interpretation and understanding in areas of labour law.

About the Certificate in Advanced Labour Law. You will learn to:
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of the general principles related to South African legislation
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of the relevant labour legislation governing labour relations in South Africa
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the principles and applicability of Substantive Labour Law in South Africa
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the principles and applicability of Procedural Labour Law in South Africa
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Labour Law amendments
  • Display an understanding of dismissals and unfair labour practices
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the place of evidence in Labour Law
Key focus areas:
  • Substantive Labour Law
  • Procedural Labour Law topics
  • Dismissals and unfair labour practices
  • Evidence
Who should attend:

The programme is suitable for students interested in or utilising Labour Law, including lawyers, advocates, managers, union members and leaders, human resource managers etc.

Entrance requirements:

National Senior Certificate with minimum higher certificate admission or a relevant NQF4 qualification. No prior learning assumed of students.

Duration:

6 Days

Start dates:

24th June 2019 - Certificate in Advanced Labour Law
22nd July 2019 – Certificate in Labour Law

Programme fee:

The programme fee of R15,250 and R9,700 respectively (incl. VAT) covers tuition, instruction material, lunches and refreshments.

To apply, please contact:
Adiela Raiman
T: +27 31 260 4665
E:

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