L3 in Essential HR in the Workplace

This programme has been designed to support managers as well as new and aspiring HR professionals with essential HR knowledge to assist in the day-to-day people management aspect of their role. By clarifying HR processes and legal nuances, you can empower managers and new HR professionals to confidently execute their duties, foster a harmonious work environment and allow the senior HR team and business leaders to work on long term strategic plans. Delegates will understand the fundamental aspects of HR to support employee engagement, maintain productivity and develop high performing teams. By attending all days of training, you then have the option to achieve either an ILM Level 3 Award or ILM Level 3 Certificate in this subject. 

Suitable for those with a people management responsibility within the business as well as new and aspiring HR professionals


18th September, 9th October, 13th November and 4th December 2024

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Day 1

Navigating Employment Law & Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI):
• Understand key employment legislation and awareness of its everchanging landscape
• Evaluating and influencing the management of equality and diversity law, legislation and internal policies

Day 2

Attract, Recruit and Retain:
• How to prepare job descriptions and person specifications and use these to shortlist applicants
• Methods of advertising vacancies, including the use of digital channels
• Creating an effective induction and probationary period for retention

Day 3

The Performance Management Process:
• Understand responsibilities for managing team, individual performance and meeting objectives
• How to ensure fair and objective assessment, conduct formal appraisals and the relevance of SMART objectives
• Setting and measuring performance standards why poor performance occurs. Know and feel confident in motivating and engaging the team 

Module 4

When Conflict Happens: Investigations, Disciplinaries and Grievances
• Promoting a positive workplace atmosphere: identify, managing and mitigating the effects of conflict 
• Investigations: it's purpose, balance of probability and all possible next steps
• Disciplinaries & Grievances: the process, policies & legislation, importance of record keeping and all possible sanctions  

Completion of this course entails delegates submitting assignments and short answer question papers. The quantity will depend on whether the delegate has decided to complete an award or certificate. Alongside deadlines, this will be communicated at the enrolment stage.

Delegates will be required to attend all 4 training days for a certificate and award. 


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Benefits to the Business Benefits to the Delegate
Have managers managing everyday Be confident and knowledgeable in your responsibility to employment law
Create a strong HR function within your organisation Feel competent to tackle complex issues without it escalating 
Reduce litigation risk by having managers understand their responsibility to employment law Earn respect from the team through effective managerial behaviour
Improve employee relations with everyone doing their job Begin to see the wider picture for the team through development and recruitment 
Maintain high performing teams thanks to managers who can take swift action confidently Skills and knowledge immediately implementable