Conduct A Disciplinary Hearings

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One of today’s business requirements is the skill to be able to conduct and chair a procedurally correct disciplinary enquiry.

Our course content is based on legal requirements as well as practical application with the concepts of fairness and effective procedure as the main motive.

COURSE AIM

To equip individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to chair a disciplinary hearing.

COURSE CONTENT

  • Understanding organisational and legal policies, procedures for instituting disciplinary action
  • Investigate the allegation – taking statements, ensuring investigation is fair and impartial
  • Prepare for the Hearing – notifying the employee, venue, documentation, recording of hearing!
  • Conducting a procedurally correct disciplinary hearing.
  • Understanding the concepts of onus of proof, substantive fairness, procedural fairness, evaluation of evidence, determining sanction etc.

INDIVIDUAL LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the conclusion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Chair a procedurally correct disciplinary hearing.
  • Determine the appropriate outcomes of the hearing.
  • Effectively determine relevant evidence.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

  • Our training methodology is based on current workplace issues.
  • In class role plays focus on these situations. 
  • This practical process equips the learner with the skills needed to conduct a procedurally correct disciplinary enquiry and to determine relevant evidence to make a fair decision.
  • On course completion of the Portfolio of Evidence Workbook

This course prepares individuals for situations which will arise before and during the disciplinary hearing. 

POST COURSE SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

  • Submission of a recording of learner conducting a Disciplinary Hearing. 
  • Preparation and documentation must include Notice of hearing, minutes of hearing, outcome of the hearing.

COURSE INFORMATION

 

DURATION

3 days in class

 

SETA

SERVICES

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CLASS SIZE

12

 

US ID

255514

NQF LEVEL

NQF CREDITS

 

5

15

 

 

US TITLE

‘Conduct a Disciplinary Hearing’

 

One of today’s business requirements is the skill to be able to conduct and chair a procedurally correct disciplinary enquiry.

Our course content is based on legal requirements as well as practical application with the concepts of fairness and effective procedure as the main motive.

COURSE AIM

To equip individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to chair a disciplinary hearing.

COURSE CONTENT

  • Understanding organisational and legal policies, procedures for instituting disciplinary action
  • Investigate the allegation – taking statements, ensuring investigation is fair and impartial
  • Prepare for the Hearing – notifying the employee, venue, documentation, recording of hearing
  • Conducting a procedurally correct disciplinary hearing.
  • Understanding the concepts of onus of proof, substantive fairness, procedural fairness, evaluation of evidence, determining sanction etc.

INDIVIDUAL LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the conclusion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Chair a procedurally correct disciplinary hearing!
  • Determine the appropriate outcomes of the hearing!
  • Effectively determine relevant evidence.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

  • Our training methodology is based on current workplace issues.
  • In class role plays focus on these situations. 
  • This practical process equips the learner with the skills needed to conduct a procedurally correct disciplinary enquiry and to determine relevant evidence to make a fair decision.
  • On course completion of the Portfolio of Evidence Workbook

This course prepares individuals for situations which will arise before and during the disciplinary hearing. 

POST COURSE SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

  • Submission of a recording of learner conducting a Disciplinary Hearing. 
  • Preparation and documentation must include Notice of hearing, minutes of hearing, outcome of the hearing.

COURSE INFORMATION

DURATION

3 days in class

 

SETA

SERVICES

                        Services SETA logo

CLASS SIZE

12

 

US ID

255514

NQF LEVEL

NQF CREDITS

 

5

15

 

 

US TITLE

‘Conduct a Disciplinary Hearing’

Contact Details
Contact Person:
Phili Ngcobo & Charyl Carter
Contact Email:
seminars [at] cherylcarter.co.za
Course Details
Unit Standard:
US 255514
NQF Level:
Level 5
Credits:
15
Course Duration:
3 Days
Course Delivery Method:

E-learning E-learning

Blended Blended

In Class In Class

Presented Presented Courses

In House In-House

Cost:
R2100.00 per day per person

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