Module 6 of National Diploma: Labour Relations Practice: Dispute Resolution NQF L5 SAQA ID 93994
Students registered for this SABPP accredited and NQF aligned short course will earn 47 credits on successful completion. On successful completion of this course a student will be able to,
- Apply principles of dispute management in labour relations
- Interpret unfair labour practice legislation in dispute resolution
- Analyze and interpret unfair dismissal in dispute resolution
- Describe the Promotion of Administration of Justice Act and the principles of Administration
- Conduct negotiations in labour mediation
- Identify and apply principles of law of evidence
- Establish basic principles of evidence in mediation
Academy of York students will receive continuous information and support, over and above the prescribed course material, to assist students achieve in their studies. Students will have 6 months to complete this SABPP accredited and NQF aligned short course.
Study period: Up to 6 months
There are no entry requirements
Assessment and Award
This qualification will be assessed by means of a Summative Assessment assignment and there are no exams. A mark of 65% is required to pass this SABPP accredited and NQF aligned short course.
Academy of York is accredited by FASSET SETA, SAIOSH, SABPP, PMSA, COMENSA and the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB), and is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private College.
This course is accredited by SABPP, South African Board for People Practices. The SABPP is a SAQA recognized professional body, and regulates statutory quality and standards for People Professions.
|Course Name: Litigation within Labour Relations (LR06LT)|
|Price Before bursary||R10 000|
|Price after bursary||R6 000*|
|Once off payment price||R5 500|
|Payment Plan||R400 over 15 months|
*Prospective students need to contact Academy of York to determine if they qualify for a bursary
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