The Basic Course in Employee Assistance Programmes provides you with the knowledge, skills and insights to become an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) practitioner in private companies, government departments or service-provider organisations. The course will enhance your knowledge of EAPs (including standards and instruments) to enable you to successfully promote wellness in the workplace, while aligning the therapeutic, management/ supervisory and M&E strategies of a planned EAP to an organisation’s goals and objectives.
The Advanced Course in Union Rights and Negotiations provides you with the knowledge and insights to be able to initialise and maintain collective bargaining structures within the provisions of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (as amended). The course specifically looks at the collective bargaining process in terms of the workplace environment, organisational rights under the Act, general negotiation principles and strategies, as well as labour relations negotiations.
The Advanced Programme in Labour Relations Management provides you with progressive knowledge and skills that are specifically related to labour relations as a core function of contemporary human resources management. In your role as human resources or labour relations practitioner, the programme offers you an opportunity to develop the requisite specialised labour relations skills to apply in the workplace environment.
Contracts are an inevitable part of commercial activity. Legal relationships are important in various sectors such as the construction industry, employer and employee relationships, purchase and sale transactions, credit agreements, etc. The way in a which a contract is drafted and interpreted plays a huge role in the execution of the obligations it contains. A deficiently drafted contract has serious consequences for parties to the contract and will generally result in material financial loss.
The Introduction to African Customary Law short course aims to introduce the scope, general and underlying principles and application of African Customary Law in South Africa to legal practitioners who had little or no knowledge and exposure to African Customary Law. Legal practitioners who need to be updated in this area of the law will also find the course beneficial and insightful.
Competition law affects nearly every aspect of business and this dynamic and relevant component of the law will become more important in a highly competitive business community. The Programme in Competition Law is a part-time training programme that will give you insights into, and a good foundation of, mergers and merger control, as well as the regulation of competitive behaviour in terms of the Competition Act 89 of 1998.