Legislation and HR Training Package £45

Legislation and HR Training package
Legislation and HR Training package
19 Legislation and HR Training Modules Includes: Diversity and Equality, Direct and Indirect Discrimination, An Introduction to Harassment, Victimisation and Bullying, Harassment, Victimisation and Bullying in Action Activity, Maternity Leave , Paternity and Adoption Leave, Unpaid and Shared Parental Leave, Sex Discrimination, What is Disability? Disability Discrimination Reasonable Adjustments, Race Discrimination, Age Discrimination Sexual Orientation What is Religion, Belief and Non-Belief Religion, Belief and Non-Belief Discrimination Religion, Belief and Non-Belief at Work Gender Reassignment Flexible Working

Titles Included

Diversity and Equality

Direct and Indirect Discrimination

An Introduction to Harassment, Victimisation and Bullying

Harassment, Victimisation and Bullying in Action Activity

Maternity Leave

Paternity and Adoption Leave

Unpaid and Shared Parental Leave

Sex Discrimination

What is Disability?

Disability Discrimination

Reasonable Adjustments

Race Discrimination

Age Discrimination

Sexual Orientation Discrimination

What is Religion, Belief and Non-Belief

Religion, Belief and Non-Belief Discrimination

Religion, Belief and Non-Belief at Work

Gender Reassignment Discrimination

Flexible Working

Who is this course for:

Anyone involved People Management HR and Recruitment

Each of the 19 Modules are 10-15 minutes long and include a short assessment

Diversity and Equality

learning objectives:
course duration:
target audience:
• Explain the difference between equality and diversity
• Acknowledge the importance of equa lity and diversity in and
out of work
• List the protected characteristics
• List the different types of Prohibited Conduct
• Explain the link between the strands of equality and the
benefits of diversity

Direct and Indirect Discrimination

learning objectives:

• Explain the difference between direct and indirect discrimination
• Recognise and describe discriminatory behaviour
• Explain how such behaviour may be avoided
• Acknowledge why discriminatory behaviour is legally, morally and
professionally unacceptable

An Introduction to Harassment, Victimisation and Bullying

learning objectives:

• Explain the difference between harassment, victimisation and bullying
• Recognise how the law views harassment, victimisation and bullying
• Acknowledge how such behaviour may be avoided within the workplace
• Explain how harassment, victimisation and bullying affects people

Harassment, Victimisation and Bullying in Action Activity

learning objectives:

Consolidate learning with regards to harassment, victimisation and bullying
• Aim to practically demonstrate how these issues can occur in everyday life and how they can be recognised and dealt with

Maternity Leave

learning objectives:

This course covers the rights and responsibilities of mothers in respect of:
• Time off to attend antenatal appointments
• Compulsory Maternity Leave
• Ordinary Maternity Leave
• Additional Maternity Leave
• Returning to work part-time after Maternity Leave
• Statutory Maternity Pay and Allowance
• Maternity Allowance

Paternity and Adoption Leave

learning objectives:

You should be able to:
• Acknowledge what paternity and adoption leave are
• Explain the eligibility criteria for paternity and adoption leave

Unpaid and Shared Parental Leave

learning objectives:

• Explain the difference between unpaid and shared parental leave
• Acknowledge the legal rights and responsibilities of parents in
respect of parental leave
• Outline how shared parental leave works

Sex Discrimination

learning objectives:

• Say exactly what the term sex discrimination means
• Explain how it occurs in practice within the context of direct and indirect discrimination
• Recognise the circumstances when discrimination law does not apply
• Describe the behaviours that are likely to amount to sexual harassment

What is Disability?

learning objectives:

• Explain how the law defines disability
• List the impairments covered under disability discrimination law
• State which conditions are excluded from the law

Disability Discrimination

learning objectives:

• List and describe the different types of disability discrimination that can occur
• Explain how disability discrimination law applies throughout the employment process
• Describe the circumstances in which disability discrimination law does not apply

Reasonable Adjustments

learning objectives:

• State what the term ‘reasonable adjustment’ means
• Describe the different types of reasonable adjustment employers may
be required to make
• Explain the factors employers should consider when determining
whether an adjustment is ‘reasonable

Race Discrimination

learning objectives:


• State what the term race discrimination means
• Explain how it occurs in practice within the context of direct and indirect discrimination
• Identify the exceptions to race discrimination law
• Describe the behaviours that are likely to constitute racial harassment

Age Discrimination

learning objectives:

• Explain what the term ‘age discrimination’ means
• Describe the different forms of age discrimination
• Recognise examples of age discrimination in the workplace
• Describe how age discrimination occurs in the workplace
• Identify the legal exceptions to age discrimination law

Sexual Orientation Discrimination

learning objectives:
course duration:
target audience:
• State the meaning of the term ‘sexual orientation’
• Explain how sexual orientation discrimination occurs in the workplace
• Recognise examples of sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace
• List and describe the legal exceptions to sexual orientation discrimination law

What is Religion, Belief and Non-Belief

learning objectives:

• Explain what is covered by discrimination law in relation to religion, belief and non-belief
• State what the law means by religion, belief and non-belief
• Describe the difference between religion, belief and non-belief

Religion, Belief and Non-Belief Discrimination

According to the Office for National Statistics there are at least 170 different
religions or beliefs being practiced in the United Kingdom?
This means that many UK workplaces are rich with people of different beliefs –or indeed non-belief – different customs and different perspectives on life and death.
It also means that successful organisations will ensure that its employees
are able to express their religion, belief or non-belief without prejudice or
discrimination.
This course will show you religion, belief and non-belief discrimination in action in the imaginary town of Equalityville. Undertake tasks to help the companies of Equalityville better understand what to do when these actions occur.

Religion, Belief and Non-Belief at Work

learning objectives:

• Explain how religious and belief discrimination law applies in the workplace
• Describe the restrictions on employees when expressing their religion or belief
• Explain how organisations are expected to meet the religious or belief
needs of their employees
• Explain the legal exceptions to religious or belief discrimination law

Gender Reassignment Discrimination

learning objectives:

• Explain what the law defines as gender reassignment discrimination
• Explain who is protected by gender reassignment discrimination law
• Explain when gender reassignment discrimination law applies
• List examples of gender reassignment discrimination in the workplace
• Outline the legal exceptions to gender reassignment discrimination

Flexible Working

Welcome to this course, which will introduce you to the subject of flexible working. By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain the benefits of flexible working to employees and organisations
  • Describe the legislation affecting flexible working
  • Acknowledge the conditions that employees must meet under the Employment Act 2002 to qualify for flexible working
  • Outline some typical flexible working arrangements
  • Acknowledge important factors to consider when introducing flexible working to the organisation

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