National Diploma in Labour Relations Practice, Dispute Resolution, Legislation and Human Resource Support
Learn the South African labour laws in this course and ensure you can execute those rules and ensure that all of them are being met in the workplace.
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Welcome to the National Diploma: Labour Relations Practice: Dispute Resolution course. This course will teach you the ins and outs of labour relations and how important this field is in South Africa. In labour relations, you are in charge of implementing labour practices which are followed through in the workplace. This course will teach you a number of competencies which you will be able to apply in the workplace.
SABPP Accredited – 240 credits
SAQA ID 93994
This qualification carries the Damelin Correspondence College (DCC) accreditation with SABPP.
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- LEARNING UNIT 1
Communication and Interpersonal Management
- LEARNING UNIT 2
South Africa Legal Framework
- LEARNING UNIT 3
Labour Relations Statutes
- LEARNING UNIT 4
Labour Dispute Forums
- LEARNING UNIT 5
Statutory Considerations within Labour Disputes
- LEARNING UNIT 6
Fundamentals of Litigation
- LEARNING UNIT 7
Conciliations & Arbitrations
- LEARNING UNIT 8
Awards and Internal CCMA Processes
Grade 12 (std. 10) or equivalent NQF 5 qualification. Students are required to provide a certified copy of equivalent qualification certificate (not older than 3 months). Students are required to present verifiable relevant working experience (4 years or more) and a certified copy of ID (not older than 3 months).
Application for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): We have partnered with an external assessment provider to offer an online assisted Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) application to allow our students who seek alternative access to NQF 5 level qualifications and/or higher qualifications. An RPL application assists prospective students who are not in possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC). For more information about the RPL application, contact our Student Advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0860 007 776.
Disclaimer: Your application will be subjected to academic prerequisites validation and approval before we will be able to grant you access to the online programme.
Disclaimer: Your application will be validated subject to you meeting the academic requirements before you may commence the course.
Course and Technical Requirements
- Cellphone/Email for notifications and communication
- Reliable broadband internet access
- A PDF viewer (e.g. Adobe Acrobat)
- Microsoft Word/Pages (ability to export documents as PDF files)
- A web browser (latest version) e.g. Chrome/Firefox/Internet Explorer
- Ability to scan and upload documents
Please note that you are registering with Damelin Correspondence College which is the accrediting body of this qualification which is powered by Damelin Online. You will receive a Damelin Correspondence College (2008/FE/07/037) qualification quality assured by the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) (117218NPO) on the successful completion of your course. Terms and Conditions apply.
How you will learn
Our online short learning programmes are broken into self-paced manageable modules, designed to assist you throughout your learning process through diverse learning activities:
- Learn through all your interactive course notes
- Review case studies and supplementary resources
- Apply and evaluate what you have learned in each module with the self-grading quizzes and assignment submissions
- View a range of course video lectures presented by our Subject Matter Experts
- Network, collaborate and interact with your fellow participants and Online Course Facilitator via the discussion forum
This is an accredited qualification. Formative assessments are essential in terms of measuring your progress. You need to submit the Formative assessments to the Damelin Online Virtual Learning Environment. Summative assessments are done in terms of measuring competency. It should be done in accordance to set requirements.
Module evaluation form
(a) Formative Assessments
The assessment process is easy to follow. Your responsibility is to complete all the activities in the formative assessments and submit it for assessment to the Online Course Lecturer (OCL). You will complete a formative assessment for every section.
You need to complete all the formative assessments. The formative assessments per module need to be upload as one PDF to your Portfolio of Evidence, and to your Online Course Lecturer (OCL) for viewing.
In order to attempt the summative assessments, you require an average of 60% for all your formative assessments. Your formative assessments will contribute 40% towards entrance for FISA.
(b) Summative Assessments
You will be required to complete a series of summative assessments. The summative assessments will assist you in identifying the evidence required for final assessment purposes. There will be summative assessments related to every module. You will be required to complete these activities on your own time, using real-life projects in your workplace or organisational environment in preparing evidence for your Portfolio of Evidence.
Your summative assessments will include practical assessments that you should complete. You will also be required to do the Knowledge Questionnaires. After completion of this module, you will have a month to do these Summative Assessments. The summative assessments need to be uploaded as a PDF to your Portfolio of Evidence, and to the Online Course lecturer for viewing. Your summative assessments contribute 60% to entrance into the FISA.
(c) Final Integrated Summative Assessment
On completion of your summative assessments, you will be required to write a FISA (Final Integrated Summative Assessment) on the various modules within this qualification.
The Final Integrated Summative Assessment (FISA) will be administered to learners through a National Examination as arranged by the SABPP. The FISA is created by the examination committee of the SABPP. Information will be provided to you as required.
Your mark for the qualification will only consist of the mark obtained in FISA. The final pass mark for this qualification is 65%.
Upon successful completion of your Damelin Correspondence Course Powered by Damelin Online, you will receive a National Diploma: Labour Relations Practice: Dispute Resolution, NQF 5, SABPP Accredited, 240 Credits, SAQA ID: 93994.
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