EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE IN THE WORKPLACE

Start
March 19, 2020 8:30 am
End
March 20, 2020 9:00 am
Address
Port Elizabeth   View map

R4,700.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

EFFECTIVE
DISCIPLINE

 

IN THE WORKPLACE

Workshop Outline

  • Dismissal: Decision-making and flow diagrams
  • Legal Provisions: Dismissal and Disciplinary Action
  • Importance of classifying dismissals
  • Procedural and Substantive Fairness
  • Sanctions
  • Formulation of Charges
  • Dealing with Specific Offences
  • Documentation
  • Procedure for conducting a disciplinary enquiry
  • Parties’ Roles
  • Determining Guilt
  • Presenting Evidence
  • Types of Evidence
  • Role play

About the Workshop

Gain the skills required to effectively represent an employer or an employee at disciplinary enquiries or chair an enquiry. The focus is on practical skills and includes specific modules on evidential aspects and rules applicable at the hearing.

This programme is aligned to the following
Unit Standards:

Institute Disciplinary Action
(Unit Standard ID 11286 NQF5 – 8 credits)
Conduct a Disciplinary Hearing
(Unit Standard ID 10985 NQF6 – 5 credits)

Who Should Attend

HR Managers and IR Practitioners, Assisting HR & EE committe members, as well as Line Management and Executive Management.

Workshop Details

  • Port Elizabeth: 19-20 March 2020
  • Venue: Global Business Solutions Office,
    Block 4 Waterfront Business
    Park, Pommern Street,Humerail
  • Time: 08h30 for 09h00
  • Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)
  • POE Submission: R 1 300 (Excluding VAT)
    Optional – SSETA Accreditation
    R 1 850 (Excluding VAT)
    Optional – SABPP Accreditation

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

Category:

Status

Event Details

Start
March 19, 2020 8:30 am
End
March 20, 2020 9:00 am
Address
Port Elizabeth   View map

R4,700.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

EFFECTIVE
DISCIPLINE

 

IN THE WORKPLACE

Workshop Outline

  • Dismissal: Decision-making and flow diagrams
  • Legal Provisions: Dismissal and Disciplinary Action
  • Importance of classifying dismissals
  • Procedural and Substantive Fairness
  • Sanctions
  • Formulation of Charges
  • Dealing with Specific Offences
  • Documentation
  • Procedure for conducting a disciplinary enquiry
  • Parties’ Roles
  • Determining Guilt
  • Presenting Evidence
  • Types of Evidence
  • Role play

About the Workshop

Gain the skills required to effectively represent an employer or an employee at disciplinary enquiries or chair an enquiry. The focus is on practical skills and includes specific modules on evidential aspects and rules applicable at the hearing.

This programme is aligned to the following
Unit Standards:

Institute Disciplinary Action
(Unit Standard ID 11286 NQF5 – 8 credits)
Conduct a Disciplinary Hearing
(Unit Standard ID 10985 NQF6 – 5 credits)

Who Should Attend

HR Managers and IR Practitioners, Assisting HR & EE committe members, as well as Line Management and Executive Management.

Workshop Details

  • Port Elizabeth: 19-20 March 2020
  • Venue: Global Business Solutions Office,
    Block 4 Waterfront Business
    Park, Pommern Street,Humerail
  • Time: 08h30 for 09h00
  • Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)
  • POE Submission: R 1 300 (Excluding VAT)
    Optional – SSETA Accreditation
    R 1 850 (Excluding VAT)
    Optional – SABPP Accreditation

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

Category:

Status

Event Details

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

EFFECTIVE
DISCIPLINE

 

IN THE WORKPLACE

Workshop Outline

  • Dismissal: Decision-making and flow diagrams
  • Legal Provisions: Dismissal and Disciplinary Action
  • Importance of classifying dismissals
  • Procedural and Substantive Fairness
  • Sanctions
  • Formulation of Charges
  • Dealing with Specific Offences
  • Documentation
  • Procedure for conducting a disciplinary enquiry
  • Parties’ Roles
  • Determining Guilt
  • Presenting Evidence
  • Types of Evidence
  • Role play

About the Workshop

Gain the skills required to effectively represent an employer or an employee at disciplinary enquiries or chair an enquiry. The focus is on practical skills and includes specific modules on evidential aspects and rules applicable at the hearing.

This programme is aligned to the following
Unit Standards:

Institute Disciplinary Action
(Unit Standard ID 11286 NQF5 – 8 credits)
Conduct a Disciplinary Hearing
(Unit Standard ID 10985 NQF6 – 5 credits)

Who Should Attend

HR Managers and IR Practitioners, Assisting HR & EE committe members, as well as Line Management and Executive Management.

Workshop Details

  • Port Elizabeth: 19-20 March 2020
  • Venue: Global Business Solutions Office,
    Block 4 Waterfront Business
    Park, Pommern Street,Humerail
  • Time: 08h30 for 09h00
  • Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)
  • POE Submission: R 1 300 (Excluding VAT)
    Optional – SSETA Accreditation
    R 1 850 (Excluding VAT)
    Optional – SABPP Accreditation

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

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