Fast Track Your Career In Employment Law And Gain The Skills And Credentials To Become A Qualified UK Employment Lawyer, With The Employment Law For HR Professional. This Entry-Level Course Has Been Designed To Teach Learners How UK Employment Law Affects Employees And Workers, Exploring Their Rights Within The Workplace, And Legal Compliance.
Throughout This Employment Law Course, You Will Learn About Key Legislation And The Benefits Of This Legislation On Employers And Employees. You Will Also Explore The Types Of Work Contracts, How Contracts Of Employment Become Legally Binding, Employee Dismissals, Pay Entitlement, And Statutory Sick Pay.
On Completion, You Will Have An In-Depth Understanding Of Your Rights In The Workplace, And How To Comply With Employment Law As A Member Of Staff Or Business Owner.
After completing this course's assessment, you will be eligible for:
The CPD QS Accredited Certificate Is Available In PDF Format, At The Cost Of £9, Or A Hard Copy Can Be Sent To You Via Post, At The Cost Of £15.
Whether You’re An Existing Practitioner Or Aspiring Professional, This Course Will Enhance Your Expertise And Boost Your CV With Key Skills And An Accredited Qualification Attesting To Your Knowledge.
This Employment Law For HR Professional Course Is Suitable For Anyone Interested In Working In This Sector Or Who Simply Wants To Learn More About The Topic. If You’re An Individual Looking To Excel Within This Field Then Employment Law For HR Professional Course Is For You.
The Employment Law For HR Professional Course Is Open To All, With No Formal Entry Requirements. All You Need Is A Passion For Learning, A Good Understanding Of The English Language, Numeracy And IT, And To Be Over The Age Of 16.
|Employment Law Basics|
|Introduction to Employment Law||00:30:00|
|Contract Types and Employer Responsibilities||00:10:00|
|Overtime and Time-Off Work for Public Duties||00:10:00|
|State Pension Age||00:05:00|
|The National Minimum Wage (NMW) and Living Wage|
|Eligibility for the Minimum Wage||00:15:00|
|National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage Rates||00:05:00|
|Apprentices and Volunteers||01:30:00|
|Calculating the Minimum Wage||00:40:00|
|Benefits in Kind and Accommodation||00:20:00|
|Working Hours for Which the Minimum Wage Must Be Paid||01:15:00|
|Enforcing the Minimum Wage||00:40:00|
|Rights during Employment|
|Rights of the Employees||00:40:00|
|Statutory Maternity Leave and Pay Guidance for Employers||00:30:00|
|Shared Parental Leave and Pay||00:30:00|
|Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)||00:15:00|
|Immigration, Termination and Other Issues|
|Termination of Employment||00:50:00|
|Rehabilitation of Offenders Act||00:50:00|
|Enforced Subject Access Requests||00:15:00|
|Discrimination Law and Equality Act 2010||00:35:00|
|2018 UK Corporate Governance Code||00:50:00|
|Legal Professional Privilege Update||00:35:00|
|The Employment Guide to GDPR||01:00:00|
|Mock Exam – Employment Law For HR Professional||00:20:00|
|Final Exam – Employment Law For HR Professional||00:20:00|