HR for Non-HR Managers – Holiday Inn, Brentwood
This two-day training course is suitable for anyone who manages people and wants to know more about the practices and processes of managing people within a business. It will provide a sound level of understanding and skill across a range of common issues, allowing managers, owner/managers or those new to HR to be more confident to tackle matters and to know when to escalate issues.
The training will be led by a qualified and experienced HR Consultant, who will also be able to answer questions relating to specific “real-life” situations. There will be opportunities to practice responding to scenarios so as to put new skills and knowledge into practice and to get feedback.
To ensure that you feel confident putting your new skills into practice, we also offer a 30 minute complimentary telephone follow-up session with one of our Consultants, to guide you on a particular process that you are working on back in the workplace.
Topics to be covered will include:
- Managing the employment agreement
- Managing the prevention of discrimination issues
- Managing recruitment
- Managing performance
- Managing absence
- Managing conduct
- Managing grievances
Alternative dates are also planned for:
26th & 27th March 2015 – Euston, NW1 2LU
20th & 21st August 2015 – London Bridge, SE1 1NX
22nd & 23rd October 2015 – Euston, NW1 2LU
10th & 11th December 2015 – London Bridge, SE1 1NX
Time: From 10am to 4.30pm each day; includes all course materials, reference materials and refreshments throughout the course.
Cost: £480 per delegate.
Trainer – Lynn Schofield, Head of First Line Response Team, HR Insight
Starts – 18 June 2015 at 10:00am
Ends – 19 June 2015 at 4:30pm
Location – Holiday Inn, Brook Street, Brentwood, CM14 5NF
All of our training courses are available to be run in-house, tailored to the specific needs of your business. Please contact us for more information and to discuss your individual requirements.
Date: June 18, 2015
Lynn Schofield, Head of First Line Response Team, HR Insight