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Effectively Manage Human Resources & Labour Relations

Human…handle with care – get up to speed on the workings of Labour Law

Course Introduction

In dealing with managing the human element of the business, one needs to:

  • be able to analyse policy, procedures, agreements and conditions of employment that are applicable in the workplace; and
  • take on the mantle of responsibility to optimize and maintain efficiencies surrounding these policies.

This comprehensive course covers a number of important aspects involved with labour relations. You will learn how to:

  • Participate in the implementation of applicable labour legislation, draft job descriptions, recruit staff, set up selection panels and draft employment contracts.
  • Set up performance evaluation committees and manage the performance evaluation process as well as being taken through a step by step process involving the development, facilitation and monitoring of disciplinary policies, processes and procedures.

Course Outline

  • Develop and maintain effective human resource policies and procedures.
  • Participate in the implementation of applicable labour legislation.
  • Develop, facilitate and monitor disciplinary policy, process and procedures.
  • Institute performance evaluation committees and manage the performance evaluation process.
  • Institute facilitation of disciplinary policies, actions and hearings.
  • Draft job descriptions.
  • Handle recruitment.
  • Set up selection panels
  • Draft employment contracts.

 

Benefits of attending:  Effectively Manage Human Resources & Labour Relations course

Upon successful completion of this course you will be up to speed on the workings of Labour Law and proficient in the following areas:

  • Include policy and procedures on employment equity, skills development, grievance procedures, performance evaluation, remuneration negotiations, disciplinary hearings etc. in the development and maintenance of effective human recourse policies and practices.
  • Handle the recruitment process in the drafting of job descriptions, holding selection panels and drafting employment contracts.
  • Apply the terms and conditions of employment including start date and probation period, duration of employment, remuneration, notice period, leave including sick leave, family responsibility leave, maternity leave and annual and vacation leave; hours of work and overtime, other benefits and deductions.
  • Handle organizational disciplinary policy, procedures and disciplinary code of conduct and instituting and facilitation of disciplinary policies actions and hearings.
  • Taking into account performance evaluation policy and procedures, performance evaluation moderating committees and feedback, institute and manage the performance evaluation process.
  • Implement applicable labour legislation terms of the Employment Equity Act, BCEA, LRA, SDA, SDL, OHSACT and COIDA.

Course duration

3 days

Get up to speed on the workings of Labour law and enrol now for BOTI’s Effectively Manage Human Resources & Labour Relations course.  BOTI offers management and leadership courses, leadership training and management training.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Who should attend

This course is aimed at supervisors, team leaders and managers who manage a team of people and who wish to improve their human resources management skills.

Testimonials from similar courses

  • ‘I learned a lot.  The trainer’s entire presentation was awesome.’ M Niemand – Golden Pond 621 (Pty) Ltd – T/A Radisson Blu le Vendome

This Unit Standard course is aligned to Unit Standard 116394:  Implement and manage human resource and labour relations policies and acts.

Labour Relations & Law Fundamentals Course

Labour Relations & Law Fundamentals Course: Introduction

This course is intended for employees of South African companies. The course sets out Labour Laws and Labour Legislation in South Africa. The course covers the current legislation and past changes to the Labour Law. At the end of the course participants will have a general overview of the laws and the Codes of Good Practice.

Labour Relations & Law Fundamentals Course :Course Outline

1. Formulating performance standards for team members in a unit.
2. Establishing systems for monitoring performance of team members.
3. Preparing for a performance review of a team member.
4. Demonstrating an understanding of the monitoring, enforcement and legal proceedings as set out in the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.
5. Conducting performance review interview.
6. Plan and prepare for recruitment and selection
7. Recruit applicants.
8. Select staff.
9. Able to effectively handle hearings and reach reasoned decisions on the basis of evidence presented.
10. Demonstrating an understanding of the purpose, application of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.
11. Describing the regulation of working time and leave as set out in the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.
12. Describing the particulars of employment, remuneration and termination of employment as set out in the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.

Labour Relations & Law Fundamentals Course: Course Duration

3 day/s

Who should attend: Labour Relations & Law Fundamentals Course

This course is intended for shop stewards and HR personnel.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

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Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes

Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes

(This Unit Standard course is aligned to: General Education and Training Certificate:  Business Practice)

SAQA I.D. 61755 NQF Level: NQF Level 01

Unit Standard: 119635

Number of credits:  6

Introduction

BOTI offers courses to improve communication skills, english for business communication and business communication skills training.  Reserve your seat now on BOTI’s Unit Standard course:  Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

Course outline

This unit standard will enable you to interact orally/in signing with others in various contexts and situations for a variety of purposes. Learners will be able to communicate reasonably confidently through developing an understanding of how listening and speaking/signing strategies and skills can improve understanding between individuals and in groups.

 

Prior learning requirements

Listening, Speaking/Signing Reading Viewing and Writing/Signing skills at ABET 3 or equivalent.

 

Unit standard range

This standard covers Speaking/Signing and Listening in defined oral/signed interactions in socio-cultural, learning and workplace situations, in both formal and informal contexts for a variety of purposes. Broadly, the settings and situations in which learners perform their oral/signing ability are similar across levels. What differs is the extent and complexity of the vocabulary and grammatical structures that they bring to the task, as well as an increasing level of clarity, fluency and confidence.

Specific range statements are provided in the body of the unit standards where they apply to particular specific outcomes or assessment criteria.

Contexts include:

  • Civil society
  • Media contexts
  • Gender and race contexts
  • Historical, social and political contexts
  • Institutional contexts
  • Workplace/industry contexts
  • Personal relations and interpersonal relations
  • One to one, in a small or large group, with an audience, by telephone (not applicable to deaf learners).Content includes:
  • Knowledge (e.g. related to social conditions, human experiences, human rights, workplace issues, learning experiences)
  • Aesthetics (e.g. appreciation of the artistic elements, innovative use of language in consumer society (eg slogans, logos, marketing techniques))
  • Relationships (e.g workplace interactions, group interactions, personal interactions, social sensibility, power relations) > Emotions (e.g sympathy, empathy, identification, rejection)Text types include:Oral/signed or spoken texts at this level include narrative, persuasive, factual and everyday/information texts; texts may be of mixed types. Examples of received oral/signed or spoken/signed texts are conversations, speeches, report backs, instructions, directions, descriptions, prepared talks, lectures, interviews, stories.

 

BOTI offers courses to improve communication skills, english for business communication and business communication skills training.  Reserve your seat now on BOTI’s Unit Standard course:  Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

 

Course outcomes

  • Show a critical awareness of language use in oral/signed texts.

 

  • Identify the purpose, audience and context of the communication.
  • Use strategies to engage with meaning and organisation in communication.
  • Use and respond to aesthetic, emotive, cultural and social aspects of oral/signed texts.
  • Use speaking/signing and listening strategies.

 

Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes

SAQA I.D. 62755 NQF Level: NQF Level 01

Unit Standard:  119635

Course duration

3 days

 

BOTI offers courses to improve communication skills, english for business communication and business communication skills training.  Reserve your seat now on BOTI’s Unit Standard course:  Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

 

Who should attend:  Describe, interpret and represent mathematical problems, functions and algebra in different contexts course

This course is aimed at individuals who wish to enhance their basic business skills.

 

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

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QUALIFICATIONS UTILISING THIS UNIT STANDARD:

 

 IDQUALIFICATION TITLEPRE-2009 NQF LEVELNQF LEVELSTATUSEND DATEPRIMARY OR DELEGATED QA FUNCTIONARY
Core61755General Education and Training Certificate: Business PracticeLevel 1NQF Level 01Reregistered2023-06-30SERVICES

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BOTI offers courses to improve communication skills, english for business communication and business communication skills training.  Reserve your seat now on BOTI’s Unit Standard course:  Engage in a range of speaking/signing and listening interactions for a variety of purposes.  BOTI offers business training programmes across South Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Risk Assessment and Management Training – BOTi Advanced Course

Unmanaged Risk is a recipe for Business disaster.

Risk Assessment and Management Training: Course Introduction

Understanding, mitigating and managing risk is an essential part of business in our modern world.  While It is not possible to control and manage 100% of risk, knowing exactly how to prepare for it – before, during, and after an event will mitigate any harm. Making risk management part of your day to day business is essential to sustainable growth and ultimate business success.

Safety should be the first priority as every business must face the reality of risks as well as hazards. By utilizing our Risk Assessment and Management Program your delegates will be aware of hazards as well as any “hidden” risks  around their particular workplace. Identifying hazards by utilizing proper procedures provides your delegates the skills to prevent accident before they occurs. Limiting as well as removing potential dangers by utilizing Risk Assessment will be an incredible investment.

The purpose of risk assessment is to identify problems before they become hazards or risks. Enrol in a Risk Management Course (or Risk Management Training, Risk Management Courses South Africa, Risk Management Short Course or Risk Assessment Training)

Risk Assessment and Management Training: Course Outline

Welcome you to our Risk Assessment and Management workshop. we strongly advise participants of this workshop to attend the workshop on Safety In The Workplace. In this workshop the focus and objective will be on understanding hazards and risks and realizing where risks come from. If you have safety measures in place at your business – in writing, bring them along, we’ll show you how a risk plan is tailored to specific industries and we’ll give you the tools to update the safety measures at your company.

The second object of the workshop is to identify risk management techniques and outline a disaster recovery plan. A hazard is any source of harm to people or property. A risk is the chance of harm coming from a hazard. It is important to consult with employees during safety inspections and when introducing new plans or methods or equipment which may be a health hazard.

The purpose of risk assessment is to identify problems before they become hazards or risks.

When all is said and done, there are four ways to address risks in the workplace:

Reduce the risk.

This could include sprinkler systems with fire alarms or a security system.

Transfer the risk.

This is also called risk sharing and is often done in business relationships.

Avoid the risk.

This is not always possible and by avoiding the risk, the business avoids opportunities. Sometimes it is necessary to take the risk, the cost of the risk should be smaller than insuring or avoiding the risk. There is a hierarchy system when it comes to controlling risks. There are six basic types of control measures to limit or prevent risks.

Eliminate the risk.

This is the most favourable solution. Substitute, trade for a lesser risk. Isolate, limit access to the risk. Engineered controls, designs to prevent access to risks and hazards. Administrative controls, safe work practices and procedures. Protective equipment, personal protective equipment worn around hazards. Accident reports must be filled in by the supervisor and the employee, even if no medical help is needed. A doctor’s note must accompany the accident report. Every office building should have an emergency plan and an evacuation plan in place. We end off this workshop by discussing the benefits of having a Disaster Recovery Plan in place and we summarise risk assessment allowing you to answer the important questions, such as are our current control measures sufficient?

1. Introduction
Workshop objectives

2. Identifying risks and hazards
What is a hazard?
What is a risk?
Consult with employees
Likelihood scale
Case Study

3. Being proactive with problems (1)
Risks unique to your industry
Walk around
Short term and long term
Common issues
Case study

4. Being proactive with problems (2)
Ask questions
External events
Worst case scenarios
Consequence scale
Case study

5. Everybody’s responsibility
Report risks and hazards
Avoid unsafe conditions
Take appropriate precautions
Communicating to the whole business
Case Study

6. Tracking and updating control measures
Defining control measures
Business procedures
Deciding adequacy of control measures
Updating and maintaining risk measures
Case study

7. Risk Management techniques
Reduce the risk
Transfer the risk
Avoid the risk
Accept the risk
Case study

8. General office safety and reporting
Accident reports
Accident response plans
Emergency action plan
Training and education
Case study

9. Business impact analysis
Gathering information
Identify vulnerabilities
Analyse Information
Implement recommendations
Case study

10. Disaster recovery plan
Have a plan before you need one
Test, update and repeat
Hot, warm and cold sites
Keep documentation simple and clear
Case Study

11. Summary of risk assessment
Identifying hazards
Identifying who might be harmed
Examining current control measures
Changing control measures
Case study

12. Topics not discussed
Post workshop overview

Related Terms Include Risk Assessment Workshop, Enterprise Risk Management Courses, Risk Services, Financial Risk Management Courses, Risk Management And Compliance Courses, Enterprise Risk Management Courses South Africa, Risk Analysis Courses, Operational Risk Management Courses, Risk Workshop, Risk Assessment Training South Africa, Risk Management Courses Cape Town.

Risk Assessment and Management Course or Risk Management Course (or Risk Management Training, Risk Management Courses South Africa, Risk Management Short Course or Risk Assessment Training)

2 day/s

Risk Assessment and Management Course: Who should attend

Managerial course for senior management.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

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Enrol in a Risk Management Course (or Risk Management Training, Risk Management Courses South Africa, Risk Management Short Course or Risk Assessment Training)

Health and Wellness at Work Training – BOTi Essential Course

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work Training : Course Introduction

It is a well known fact that  getting enough sleep, eating  healthily and  engaging in regular exercise all lead to a happier you both at home and in the workplace.     This course  includes useful  practical methods such as time management and decluttering  that will help you  achieve   a more balanced state.

In today’s modern workplace employees don’t just work for a pay check.   Most  companies  today not only invest in their employees in terms of skills but also in  respect of their physical and mental health.   Healthy employees make for productive employees.

We tackle several objectives in this course.  From assessing the needs of  employees  to planning a health and wellness program, to implementing the program then finally, how to maintain it.

We will cover the four most common health behaviour programs, such as increasing physical activity, nutrition and weight loss, tobacco cessation and substance abuse treatment.

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work  Training: Course Outline

  • Introduction

Workshop Objectives

  • Health and wellness program

Definition

Productivity

Cost of health care

Cost of Absenteeism

Case study

  • Types of programs

Health behaviours

Health screenings and maintenance

Mental health

Physical Injuries

Case study

  • Health Behaviour programs

Increasing physical activity

Nutrition and weight loss

Tobacco Cessation

Substance Abuse Treatment

Case study

  • Health Screenings and maintenance programs

Preventative care screenings

Cancer screenings

Annual Examinations

Maintenance Programs

Case Study

  • Mental health programs

Stress management

Support groups

Counselling

Awareness and education

Case Study

  • Evaluate the need

Review current and previous programs

Environmental Factors

Common health conditions

Company information for employee health

Case study

  • Planning process

Health and wellness team or committee

Define goals

Budget

Programs and policies

Case study

  • Implementation

Get management support

Test it out

Get the word out

Incentives

Case study

  • A culture of wellness

Accessible Healthy eating options

Give them a break

Alcohol, Drug and Smoke-Free Work Environment

Eliminate Hazards

Case Study

  • Evaluate Results

Check the Results

Employee Satisfaction

Revise plans as necessary

Share Achievements

Case study

  • Topics not discussed

Post workshop overview

 

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work  Training: Course Duration

1 day/s

 

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work Training : Who should attend

This course is intended for anyone who wants to improve their health and wellness at work.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

 

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

Book Now By Completing Online Booking Form / Customised Proposal or Obtain Approval For Your Already Received Customised Proposal

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Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Training – BOTi Essential Course

Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Training: Course Introduction

A business is nothing without it’s people. Human Resources are a key department in any established company. A in-depth understanding of a company’s human  capitol will, in no small part, be a decisive factor it’s ultimate success.

The face of Human Resources has changed drastically and it’s role has grown substantially in recent years, we offer this course (Human Resources Training, HR Courses) for all who need training in this key business area – Human Resource management.

 

Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Training: Course Outline

  1. Introduction

Understand Performance Reviews

Understand Labour Legislation

Deal With Disciplinary hearings

  1. Recruiting personnel

Active Recruitment

  1. Course Outcomes

Formulating Performance Standards

Establish Monitoring Systems

Preparing for Performance Review

Conducting Performance Review Interview

  1. Plan and Prepare for recruitment

Recruit applicants

Select staff

  1. Basic Conditions of Employment Act

Purpose and Application

Particulars of Employment

  1. Legal Proceedings

Understand legal proceedings according to the Act

Handle disciplinary hearings

Reach informed decisions

Related Terms include Human Resource Management Short Course, Labour Law Training South Africa, Human Resource Management Courses South Africa, Short Courses In Human Resources.

Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Training: Course Duration

2 day/s

Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Training Course: Who should attend

This course (Human Resources Training, HR Courses) is intended for those working in HR and Labour Relations.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

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(Human Resources Training, HR Courses)

Effective Disciplinary Hearing Training – BOTi Essential Course

BOTi Essential Course – Effective Disciplinary Hearing Training

BOTi Essential Course – Effective Disciplinary Hearing Training: Course Introduction

  • A disciplinary hearing can be an emotional experience,
  • Yet, it needs to take place in a setting where emotions do not rule the game.
  • A formal, documented process is what a disciplinary hearing entails and the need for a cool, levelheaded approach is what is required to ensure the best outcomes for all parties involved.
  • To effectively conduct a disciplinary hearing requires the person chairing the hearing to have a sound practical knowledge of legislation as well as grievance procedures.
  • The BOTI Essential Course – Effective Disciplinary Hearing Training will give participants a basic knowledge of legislation and offers a comprehensive grounding in how to conduct a disciplinary  hearing.

BOTi Essential Course – Effective Disciplinary Hearing Training: Course Outline

Sub-Standard Performance Management

  • Setting Performance Standards
  • How to measure Performance
  • Counselling as a mean for performance improvement
  • Discipline & Dismissal

Discipline & Disciplinary Action

  • Employment Issues
  • Automatic Dismissals
  • Recruitment
  • Employment
  • Contracts Temporary
  • Distinction Independent Contractors vs Employees
  • Termination of Employment & unfair Labour Practice
  • Grievance Policies
  • Codes of Conduct & Company Policies & Procedures
  • Unfair Dismissals & Discrimination
  • Procedures for, Grievances, Discipline & Retrenchment
  • Affirmative Action (Employment Equity)
  • Conditions of Service
  • Time & Leave Issues

Disciplinary Hearings

  • Responsibilities & Roles
  • How to deal with Appeal
  • Performing an Investigation
  • Fair Procedure and Evidence
  • Disciplinary Standards & Norms
  • Evidentiary matters
  • Mitigating and Exacerbating Factors
  • Maintaining Records
  • Planning for Hearings

Arbitration Hearings

  • Arbitration Awards
  • Review of Awards
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Labour Legislation & Basic Conditions of Employment Act
  • The Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • The CCMA, Bargaining Councils & The Labour Court
  • Anticipated amendments to Labour Legislation • And much more!

Dispute Resolution

  • Conciliation & Arbitration
  • Preparation for Arbitration
  • Industrial Relations Negotiations
  • Union Negotiation, Wage Negotiation & Collective Agreements
  • Strikes, lockouts and Protest Action
  • The Labour Relations Act
  • Trade Unions & the role of Shop Stewards
  • Trade unions, their functions and structures

BOTi Essential Course – Effective Disciplinary Hearing Training: Course Duration

2 day/s

BOTi Essential Course – Effective Disciplinary Hearing Training: who should attend?

This course is suitable for Human Relations Managers and shop stewards.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

For Disciplinary Workshop Training contact BOTI today!

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