A brief overview of some aspects of collective labour law (collective bargaining; strikes and lockouts; substitute workers; Stake; and the dismissal of strikers) Note: This offer may or may not be scheduled for a period of study. For more details, please refer to the schedule. Professor Christoph Garbers is a lawyer at the High Court, teaches labour law at the University of Stellenbosch and has been a partner at the UNISA Business Law Centre for 25 years. He advises and trains comprehensively on all aspects of employment and is co-author of a number of books on labour law, discrimination law and social security law. Strikes and lockouts (including their legal consequences, substitution work and picket lines) This short-term apprenticeship programme aims to provide union officials, shop stewards, small business owners and supervisors with little or no formal training in labour law with an initial introduction and in-depth knowledge of the aspects of labour law that they may encounter on a daily basis in the workplace. You will also gain the skills to apply this knowledge in practice Professor Peter le Roux is a practising lawyer and Honorary Professor of Labour Law at the University of South Africa. He is an experienced mediator and arbitrator and co-author of several books on labour law and social security law. Wilhelmina Germishuys is a lawyer, notary and mediator at the Supreme Court. She teaches labour law and is co-author of the University of South Africa textbook. She trains and advises on aspects of labour law and alternative dispute resolution.
Adv. Shamier Ebrahim is a Lecturer in Commercial and Labour Law at the Faculty of Law, University of South Africa. He holds an LLM in Labour Law (laude) from the University of South Africa and has published articles and lectured at conferences on labour law. He is a member of the South African Society for Labour Law (SASLAW) and the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law (ISLSSL). He is a former member of the Eastern Cape Society of Advocates, Port Elizabeth Bar. Dismissal, Discrimination and Unfair Labour Practices The Advanced Labour Law Programme – the flagship Labour Law Programme of the Business Law Centre – aims to provide industrial relations practitioners, human resources managers, trade union officials and other interested parties with the necessary legal knowledge and skills in an increasingly technical and legalistic industrial relations environment. Students gain advanced knowledge in all relevant areas of labour law, which are crucial for the effective design of industrial relations in the workplace. Through case studies, practical exercises, and lectures, students gain greater skills in problem prevention, problem solving, and policy formulation on basic terms and conditions of employment (including the work an employee needs to do; Salary; normal hours of work; Overtime; Holiday; lunch breaks; and notice periods) Registration without scholarshipThe tuition fees are set by the University. To determine the cost of this course, go to:How to determine the relevant tuition fees without stipend.
(Opens in a new tab) FEE: R8000,00 AND PAYABLE IN FULL UPON REGISTRATION. This website has recently been revamped and offers many benefits, including reduced redundancy of web content, faster load times, and a more responsive website that can be viewed on all devices and screen sizes. * Equivalent full-time study load. Note: All EFTSL values are published and calculated to ten decimal places. Values are displayed to three decimal places for easy interpretation. Dismissal for misconduct, incapacity for work and operational requirements. Prof. A H Dekker BLC (UP) LLB (UP) LLM (UNISA) LLD (UNISA) Compensation for industrial accidents and occupational diseases. EFTSL*: 0.125 Commonwealth Supported Program (Volume 4C) To determine the fees for this course under a Commonwealth-supported program, go to: How to Determine Your Commonwealth-Supported Course Fees. (Opens in a new tab) Stewart A 2015, Stewart`s Guide to Employment Law, 5th ed., Federation Press, Annandale, N.S.W.
Senior Certificate or an equivalent CNC Level 4 qualification and students must have an advanced knowledge of industrial relations Please report this issue by completing and submitting the form below. The objective of this course is to provide students with an understanding of labour relations law in Australia. The course builds on the skills acquired in previous core courses, with a particular focus on problem solving, independent research and written communication. Within the framework of the Industrial Relations Act and the Basic Labour Law:. Medical tests, HIV/AIDS tests and psychological tests. Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration Commission Not all courses are available on all of the above bases, and students are required to check whether they are allowed to enroll in a particular course. Senior Certificate an NQF level 4 equivalent or qualification industrial relations practitioner, human resources manager, union officials, lawyers. International students and students taking this course as part of a postgraduate fee payment program should refer to the home page of the appropriate program to determine the cost of running this course.