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Rights & Responsibilities Online Course

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Course Content

The course is split into manageable sections.

Section 1: Rights and responsibilities
This section covers the rights and responsibilities of both an employee and an employer. Also covered are general employment law and the Employment Rights Act.

Section 2: Confidentiality and data protection
This section provides the opportunity to learn about The Data Protection Act and how both employers and employees within a business are legally obliged to respect confidentiality. This section covers the eight strict rules known as ‘data protection principles’.

Section 3: Advice and guidance
The final section covers the help available to employees should they experience any issues with employers - this covers help at work, joining trade unions and useful sources of relevant advice.

Course Introduction

This course covers everything which employees and employers alike need to know about employment rights and responsibilities. There is information explored in this course on the Employment Rights Act, as well as advice and guidance on what to do if this is not adhered to.

After successfully completing the course, you will receive a certificate of participation in this subject area which can boost career prospects and opportunities in a variety of fields.

Aims & Objectives

This course will introduce you to the rights and responsibilities of the employee and the employer – including Employment Law and Data Protection.

Suitable For

This course is suitable for anyone wanting to understand the rights and responsibilities of themselves as an employee and those of their employer.

Rights & Responsibilities Online Course
Course Detail
Title: Rights & Responsibilities Online Course
Duration: 3 Hours
Cost: £35 per Candidate

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3 Hours | £35.00 per Candidate

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