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).
The short course in Sports Law examines some of the most common legal problems facing those in sport from managers and government officials to participants and administrators alike who deal with sport-related activities both on and off the sportsfield.
The Seminar on Decoding the Protection of Personal Information Act provides a practical overview of the The Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA). POPIA gives effect to the constitutional right to privacy, enshrined in South Africa’s Constitution. The right to privacy includes a right to protection against the unlawful collection, retention, dissemination and use of personal information.
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. You will gain knowledge and practical skills which will empower you as an applicant or respondent in conciliation or arbitration procedures before the CCMA.
The Labour Relations short course provides you with insights to the dynamics of the South African labour market. This is an essential competency in the volatile business environment in which contempory organisations function.
The Employee Wellness short course will provide you with professional training and advanced knowledge on Employee Wellness Programmes (EAPs), and is suitable if you have been tasked to promote wellness in the workplace.
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 Prevention and Detection of Procurement and Contract Fraud short course provides you with the requisite knowledge and skills to identify fraud and corruption, and to put mechanisms in place to prevent it from occurring, in the procurement and contracting of goods and services. The course aims to provide you with insights to procurement and contract fraud in a range of industries and the varying levels at which it occurs.
Sharpen your skills and knowledge of internal auditing and internal auditing standards and techniques, internal control, reporting, information technology auditing, audit relationships, risk-based auditing and control self-assessment. This Internal Auditing short course is aimed at internal auditors, with or without formal qualifications or experience in auditing, who work in an internal audit environment.
The Performance Auditing course is intended to inform internal auditors about how economy, efficiency and effectiveness apply to performance auditing. The course provides you with the practical guidelines required when carrying out performance audit engagements. Information such as the scope and objectives of a performance audit, performance audit methodology, and economical procurement of resources and efficient utilisation of resources are included.
The Law for Commercial Forensic Practitioners short course familiarises you with the pertinent legal issues and consequent legislation of fraud and corruption. During the course, you will gain knowledge and insights to the nature of criminal conduct, the legal mechanisms used to obtain evidence, and other issues that must be considered when witnesses or suspects are interviewed.
B AND E CONFERENCE CENTRE (PTY) LTD is an all-inclusive conference and training centre which offers organized, accessible and affordabletraining space to our clients who are in the skills development and training sector.
We offer a full service including venue hire, catering, stationery, equipment hire and more, which makes us a versatile and convenient venue for our clients.
Labour Law prescribes that certain updated notices and signage must be displayed and/or readily available in your work place. Please note that should you not have your notices and signage displayed, you may be penalised or receive heavy fines imposed by the Labour Department.
This Programme is intended for learners who are involved in or who give advice on the management of risk. It will be useful for Risk Management Generalists, Loss Adjusters, Medical Scheme Product Developers, Disease and Case Managers, Surveyors, and Underwriters and other learners in Short Term insurance.
UCT [email protected] is pleased to present a five-day course on the development and management of legal information systems.
This course is designed to provide practical and actionable knowledge on current and future ways of managing legal information. This course will cover the requirements related to legal information and its management; identifying factors of relevance for the evaluation of legal IT solutions; and reviewing the legal issues that affect the use of IT in legal work and legal information management.
The Programme in South African Local Government Law and Municipal Administration provides municipal administrators, government officials and legal practitioners with a better understanding of local government law. You will gain knowledge regarding a variety of legal aspects pertaining to municipal administrations and topics such as sustainable service delivery, municipal powers and functions, municipal elections and important aspects of municipal finance and fiscal management (including the MFMA and the MPRA) are covered during the course.
The Decoding the Protection of Personal Information Act workshop provides you with the scope and insights to the Protection of Personal Information Act 14 of 2013 by giving uncomplicated, practical guidelines for compliance. Most organisations collect, use and process personal information for one reason or another, and therefore have to ensure that they comply with the Act’s provisions. During the workshop, you will become familiar with all new obligations emposed on businesses, and what consequences they might face for non-compliance.