Human Resource Management Skill Set

Cost: R18 920.00 Excl vat

Duration: 7 Courses over a total of 15 days

NQF Level: 6 | Credits: 5

Unit Standard: 10985

Who should attend

Business Owners, Human Resources Managers and Administrators, Supervisors & Management active in the specific functions.


This Management Skill Set has been designed to assist delegates to effectively manage and operate within the topical function from a process perspective


  • COURSE: Introduction to Labour Law - BCEA and Contracts
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • SAQA details: Unit standard 11907 & 114274 - Level 5
  • Credits 8

This Labour Relations course is designed to provide delegates with the knowledge and competency to deal with the day-to-day Industrial Relations related matters confronting them in the workplace. It will lead delegates through the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) and the related amendments and contracts of employment.

  • COURSE: Interviewing Skills - Employee Recruitment & Selection
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • SAQA details: Unit standard 12140 - Level 5 Credits 9

This course has been designed to develop delegates’ abilities to prepare, recruit and select suitable candidates for defined positions according to capability and potential, focusing on developing the core competences of interviewing skills in relation to legislative requirements and best practices

  • COURSE: Performance Management for Managers
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • SAQA details: Unit standard 15220 & 15230 - Level 5 Credits 8

The objective of this course is to develop a clear understanding of performance measurement theories and practical application thereof for managers in all economic sectors. Guiding delegates through the processes of performance management to effectively assess performance through procedural and substantive aspects of business.

  • COURSE: Managing Incapacity: Ill -Health, PWP& Dismissals
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • SAQA details: Unit standard 376119 - Level 6 Credits 10

This course has been designed to enable delegates to understand the processes, procedures and legislation pertaining to the handling of ill health, absenteeism, poor work performance (PWP), general incapacity and unfair dismissals as envisaged by the labour legislators. It will lead delegates through the re quired procedural and substantive aspects pertaining to disciplinary principles, as contained in the Labour Relations Act.

  • COURSE: Handling Grievances
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • SAQA Details: Unit Standard 12139 - Level 5 Credits 5

The objective of this course is to enable delegates to be able to resolve employee grievances in line with South African Labour Laws. Delegates will be guided through best practice processes to be able to monitor and adjust the application of the grievance procedure when required and evaluate, analyse and address grievance patterns.

  • COURSE: Initiating and Chairing a Disciplinary Hearing
  • Duration: 3 Days
  • SAQA details: Unit standard 11286 & 10985 - Level 6 Credits 13

This Labour Relations course assists delegates in developing a solid understanding of the principles and practices in respect of South African Labour Laws when initiating and conducting a disciplinary hearing for employees who transgress employment practices, thereby avoiding unfair labour practice that may result in disciplina ry actions being overturned by the relevant legislative bodies.

  • COURSE: Application of Visionary Leadership
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • SAQA Details: Unit standard 120311 - Level 5 Credits 10

This interactive leadership course is intended for delegates who do or ultimately will fulfil a leadership role as part of their job. The aim of the course is to ensure delegates develop their visionary thinking in a leadership context to develop strategy and to work out scenario plans for strategic business planning.

Competency Assessment

An optional assessment evaluation to achieve a Certificate of Competence is available at an additional cost of R1 600.00 excluding Vat / R1 824.00 including vat per assessment. By successfully completing a portfolio of evidence, competent candidates will achieve certification towards a full qualification in the relevant course area.

  • Formative Assessment – to be submitted 1 month from completion of the workshop
  • Summative Assessment – to be submitted up to 6 months from submission of the Formative Assessment