Introduction to HR law

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Key details

Course duration:
Equivalent to one-day course
Delivery mode:
Virtual facilitator-led workshop
Learner effort:
2 x 3 hour sessions over one week

Enquiries:

Group bookings:

MEMBERS
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Course Fees:
$545
$695
CPD Points:
7
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MEMBERS:
Course Fees: $545
CPD Points: 7
NON-MEMBERS:
Course Fees: $695
CPD Points: -

Course overview

Employment law underpins much of the work that HR practitioners do across the employment lifecycle.

This course provides participants with an introduction to employment law in Australia and the key elements that HR practitioners need to be aware of in their practice.

Participants will learn about key pieces of legislation, including the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and amendments to the Act, to gain an understanding of the key elements of legislation, regulation and practices that impact how human resources are managed within organisations.

Introduction to HR Law

Online via Zoom

Course Overview - Introduction to HR Law Employment law underpins much of the work that HR practitioners do across the employment lifecycle. This course provides participants with an introduction to […]

Introduction to HR Law

Online via Zoom

Course Overview - Introduction to HR Law Employment law underpins much of the work that HR practitioners do across the employment lifecycle. This course provides participants with an introduction to […]

Introduction to HR Law

Online via Zoom

Course Overview - Introduction to HR Law Employment law underpins much of the work that HR practitioners do across the employment lifecycle. This course provides participants with an introduction to […]

Course delivery

The AHRI blended learning course combines self-directed learning with live online facilitated learning sessions lead by an experienced HR and business professional.

The course includes:

Engagement: Pre-course tasks and an introductory e-learning module to stimulate thinking on the course topic and prepare for online sessions

Participation: 
– Online learning module inclusive of theory and practice – interactive learning activities, case studies and practical application opportunities
– Participation in two 90-minute live interactive learning sessions with an experienced HR facilitator

Application: Workplace application activities and additional learning resources that focus on how learning can be applied directly in the workplace

Reflection: Opportunity to reflect on and share learnings to facilitate transfer of learning to the workplace

Customised short course delivery for businesses and groups

AHRI offers customised short courses and packaging for groups. Courses can be delivered online, at your place of business or on location at the AHRI office in the Melbourne CBD.

To organise a group booking, please email [email protected] or call on 1300 811 880