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HR essentials for the school leader
Thu 12 October 2017, 09:00 – 16:00 BST
This course will ensure that participants become confident to lead and manage the employment life-cycle including understanding recruitment and selection – advertising, avoiding discrimination, equal opportunities, job descriptions and person specifications. Employment - Offers, contracts and necessary checks and Ending the Employment Relationship - Contractual rights following resignation and dismissal.
Whether you are a head teacher, principal, governor or School Business Manager, you will:
- Learn how to avoid discrimination and promote equal opportunities within the recruitment and selection process;
- Become familiar with the necessary pre-employment checks;
- Understand the elements of an effective disciplinary investigation;
- Understanding the role of an Investigating Officer;
- Learn to assess the difference between conduct and capability;
- Understand when to suspend an employee;
- Understand the difference between misconduct and gross misconduct;
- Learn about the requirements of a Disciplinary Hearing;
- Understand the importance of having a grievance policy;
- Learn how to deal with a grievance informally;
- Learn how to recognise a formal grievance;
- Understand how to hold an effective grievance meeting and how to conduct a grievance investigation; and understand how to effectively manage an appeal.
Providing a step-by-step guide, participants will leave the course with a better understanding of the general employment life-cycle including the formal processes involved in managing disciplinary and grievance procedures. Participants will be provided with an opportunity to reflect on a number of scenarios and examples to help build confidence and develop management strategies.
Course facilitator: Marie Hames, LLB, BVC, QTS
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