Advanced Employment Law Practitioner is designed for experienced HR practitioners who already have a firm grasp of employment law concepts. It examines the more complex areas of law that have a direct impact on current HR practice, and using a combination of case studies and debate, it will enhance your existing knowledge, while updating you with new developments in case law and pending legislation.
Run as it features here, or run in-house where the content can be tailored to suit your organisational needs; cost effective if a number of people require training.
Mr Mike Worthington
MIKE WORTHINGTON Ma, Chartered FCIPD, FIH, Dip Training. A specialist lecturer, trainer and adviser in Employment Law who has worked across a range of sectors including hospitality, sports and leisure, engineering, oil and petroleum, finance, telecoms, retail, national and local government. Mike developed his career in the hospitality industry working in Personnel, Employee Relations and Management Development opening new hotels all over the world. He subsequently worked in Regal Hotels as Human Resources Director building the business from 7 to 127 hotels in three years – becoming an expert in TUPE in the process! In support of Mike’s law work, he sits as a member of the Employment Appeal Tribunal which hears cases on points of law arising from Employment Tribunals and also has a Masters Degree in Human Resources and European Employment Law. Mike was recently elected as a Fellow of Gray’s Inn.
Who is it for
Experienced HR professionals looking to extend their existing knowledge and skills in employment law. Previous knowledge and experience of employment law is required to benefit fully from this course.
By the end of the Advanced Employment Law Practitioner course, you'll be able to:
- demonstrate a thorough knowledge of key aspects of employment law
- consider, debate and apply complex areas of law to your organisation's issues
- evaluate the effect of domestic and European legislation.
- Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015
- DeRegulation Act 2015
- Trade Union Bill
- Zero Hours Contracts
- Other developments
Discrimination and Equal Opportunities
- Recent developments in discrimination legislation and changes to the Equality Act
- Recent case law
- Changing contractual terms
- Managing poor performance
- Misuse of social media
- Settlement discussions and agreements
- Evaluating an ET case
- Early conciliation and the role of ACAS, Judicial mediation
- Managing TUPE
- Variation of contracts
- Redundancy – including recent case law
This programme aims at updating existing knowledge – developing new areas and providing the opportunity to explore issues of individual focus. The tutor underpins points with recent cases and pragmatic business application.
Programme is subject to change pending new developments'
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