The Psychology of Meaningful Retirement short course will enable you to proactively plan for a meaningful retirement. Misconceptions and unrealistic ideas pertaining to the idea of retirement are addressed in this training session. The psychological principles and skills employed in this training session will not only enable you to mitigate the transition process from work to retirement, but will empower you to enjoy a well-balanced quality life after retirement.
The Labour Dispute Resolution (LDR) for Labour Relations Practitioners short course is aimed at empowering delegates with knowledge and practical skills to participate in statutory labour dispute resolution procedures related to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) and to deal with industrial action.
The short course in Effective Stakeholder Management will equip you with the knowledge and capacity to correctly identify and analyse stakeholders, evaluate and prioritise vested interests, and manage relevant relationships in your organisation’s business environment. Given the increasing awareness and value of different publics, the knowledge that you will acquire through this course will lend itself to the maximisation of results and minimisation of problems in creating a sustainable organisational endeavour.
The actions taken by its decision-makers influence the performance of any organisation. Being able to predict the expected outcome of a specific set of actions may significantly affect the performance of an organisation. Thus, decision-makers must be able to identify risks and opportunities, effectively analyse the potential outcomes and choose between alternatives. This course will illustrate the importance of systematic decision making in managing risks and opportunities.
The Public Sector Risk Management short course provides you with the knowledge of the practical and critical success areas in the implementation of effective enterprise risk management in the public sector. The course will provide opportunities for practical exercises in risk management activities and will deal with overcoming implementation failures. You will also learn how to avoid pitfalls when implementing risk management, as well as improving existing risk management practices in your organisation.
The Human Resources Management short course provides you with introductory skills and knowledge as human resources practitioner to effectively carry out your responsibilities in the management and/or processes of the human resources component of your organisation.
The Online Short Course: Introduction to the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) provides an introductory background on the EAP as a field of specialisation. Due to the increase in employees experiencing psycho-social problems, which impact on their personal lives and productivity, the EAP is acknowledged as a tool to assist such employees to overcome their personal problems and to restore their productivity and avoid disciplinary hearings and possible dismissal.
The Advanced Course in Employee Assistance Programmes provides you with more progressive knowledge and the necessary skills set to effectively MONITOR AND EVALUATE the Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) in the workplace. The Advanced Short Course on EAPs equips you with skills – as required by EAP practitioners in private companies, government departments or service-provider organisations – by providing extended, comprehensive guidelines to promote the cost-effectiveness of the EAP.
The CCMA has frequently upheld the dismissal of employees fired for misconduct. We have been directly involved in a great many cases where employees have been fired and, after appealing to the CCMA, have remained fired.
Many learners returned to school at the end of July following the end of their holiday break. With the return of learners, the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has made some changes for the new school term.