Accredited HR and Employment Law Course

Friday, 07 February 2014

Joseph Farrugia and Roselyn Borg

Employment law and HR issues are at the forefront for employers operating in various industries. Understanding and implementing various measures is crucial for a business to run smoothly and to avoid costly and lengthy legal proceedings. Furthermore the law is always evolving and it is important that individuals responsible for HR issues at the place of work keep themselves abreast with the different developments.

Mdina Partnerhsip has created a training programme to cater for the needs of today’s workplace. The training programme, “HR Practices & Employment Law: Recruitment to Termination” is one which aims to bring employment law and HR together, giving participants the ability to understand, evaluate, implement and manage a broad range of Human Resource matters and employment legal issues within their respective organisations.

The training programme is MQRIC accredited and on completion of the programme participants will achieve a Level 5 Award.

The training started in the 1st week of February and finishes in June and has a total of 40 contact hours made up of 4 modules:  Fundamentals of Recruitment; Employees Growth; Diversity Discrimination and Rights of Work and Managing Difficult Situations.  Participants will be assessed on each module. 

This programme is run in collabopration with Twenty One Law and is part of a series of accredited programmes launched by The Academy of Business Leaders Malta, a joint venture between Business Leaders and Mdina Partnership.  The principal trainers are Joseph Farrugia from Mdina Partnership and Dr. Roselyn Borg Knight from Twenty One Law.  This training programme is being supported by Konnekt.

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