Employment Rights Advocacy Course QQI Level 6 starts Tuesday 6th November 2018

By nclcadmin, Wednesday, 10th October 2018 | 0 comments
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This QQI accredited Level 6 course will give students a basic understanding of the Irish legal system and employment law in Ireland. Learners will develop an awareness of the main features of employment law and understand how legislation impacts on the employment relationship while becoming familiar with the legal language, procedures and documents relevant to the area of employment law. Learners will develop their advocacy skills and the ability to apply what they have learned to the workplace.

Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

  • Outline the structures of the Irish legal system
  • Outline the fundamentals of employment law
  • Outline the main functions of the Workplace Relations Commission and the Labour court.
  • List the rights, entitlements, services and supports available to people in relation to employment
  • Outline key Irish and EU directives and legislation which impact upon people in relation to employment law
  • Outline the key processes relating to employment rights to include the preparation of appeals
  • Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal skills in a one to one or group context to include active listening, interviewing, negotiation and representation skills
  • Research information relevant to employment

All students must complete the following to receive their accreditation.
Skills Demonstration                 50%
Examination (Practical)             50%

The cost of this course is €595.00 to be paid in full before the course commences (10% discount for CLM Members). The course will take place in Northside Civic Centre, Bunratty Road, Dublin 17.

Date & Times
This course will run one half day each week, every Tuesday for 12 weeks beginning on Tuesday 6th November from 10.00am - 2.00pm. For an application form please click here or call 01- 847 7804.

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