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Human Resources & Industrial Relations Training

Public Policy, Problem Solving and Analysis for Public Sector Managers

The Public Policy, Problem Solving and Analysis for Public Sector Managers short course aims to enhance your policy management capabilities by gaining the requisite skills and knowledge to identify, structure, assess and prioritise sectoral-specific policy issues and problems, while also mobilising resources for programme setting. Throughout the course, you will also analyse possible problems or constraints that might occur when preparing for policy formulation and implementation.

Business Innovation 7 Development Strategies

Presented by a world authority on innovation management and practical application of innovation methodology in manufacturing, services and supply chain organizations, Prof Adegoke Oke (BEng., MBA, PhD) will provide delegates with insights into identifying and implementing innovative ideas, as well as fostering new and existing business relationships. The course combines theory with practice with the goal of equipping the delegate with a toolbox to handle a broad range of innovation-related issues.

Human Resources, Communication and Scope Management in Projects

The Human Resource, Communication and Scope Management in Projects short course presents you with a unique experience in applying three of the ten Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) areas – Human Resource Management, Communication Management and Scope Management – directly to the built environment, augmenting them with extensive coverage of labour law, conflict management, negotiations, project management processes, life cycle of a project, and identifying work responsibilities and roles on projects.

Peace Building and Conflict Resolution

The short course in Peace Building and Conflict Resolution provides you with insights to the basic concepts and skills needed for remediating peace and tolerance in various contexts of violence, difference and brokenness. During the course, you will be introduced to a biblical vision for peace in our communities and the world, and be equipped with appropriate tools to analyse local contexts from a perspective of peace, reconciliation and justice.

Introduction to Public Relations

Public relations in South Africa is a sophisticated, multi-faceted discipline that helps to forge effective two-way communication between an organisation and its publics. In commerce, education, politics, religion and the arts, public relations plays an effective management role in its own right.

This Introduction to Public Relations short course is aimed at individuals with a public relations component in their jobs. This will equip these individuals to be able to add value to the public relations function of an organisation.

Business Writing

Good writing is an important part of career success, yet few employees receive guidance with writing and formatting documents in the workplace. The objective of the short course in Business Writing is to assist you in acquiring a set of general principles for optimal communication in professional contexts. In this course you will be assisted to write correct, concise, clear and professional business documents in traditional and new media.

Report Writing

In private, public and academic contexts, good report writing skills have become essential for managers and employees. Although report formats are partially determined by in-house styles, analytical reports have a conventional format.

This short course in Report Writing is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to write professional and scientific reports that conform to conventional formats, and communicate the main message effectively and efficiently.

SARIPA Programme in Insolvency Law and Practice (Distance Learning)

This extensive, practice-orientated SARIPA Programme in Insolvency Law and Practice is aimed at persons involved in the administration of insolvent estates. The course is presented as a series of part-time lectures and deals with the effects of insolvency on the insolvent, the solvent spouse and contracts, impeachable transactions, the powers and duties of trustees and liquidators, insolvency meetings, interrogations, proof of claims, rehabilitation secured, preferent and concurrent creditors, the drafting of liquidation and distribution accounts.

SARIPA Programme in Insolvency Law and Practice (Contact Sessions)

This extensive, practice-orientated SARIPA Programme in Insolvency Law and Practice is aimed at persons involved in the administration of insolvent estates. The course is presented as a series of part-time lectures and deals with the effects of insolvency on the insolvent, the solvent spouse and contracts, impeachable transactions, the powers and duties of trustees and liquidators, insolvency meetings, interrogations, proof of claims, rehabilitation secured, preferent and concurrent creditors, the drafting of liquidation and distribution accounts.

Programme in Legislative Drafting

The Programme in Legislative Drafting is designed to empower government legislative drafters, compliance officers, drafting consultants in private practice as well as the drafters of rules and regulations for other organs of state and parastatal bodies in order to produce clear, effective and implementable legislation and directives to comply with the requirements of the Supreme Constitution (based on the Commonwealth system of legislative drafting).

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