Understanding the Disciplinary Process (PE2)

Summary

THIS COURSE IS ALIGNED TO UNIT STANDARDS: 

Title: Institute disciplinary action 
Unit Standard ID: 11286 
NQF Level: 5 
Credit Value: 
Title: Conduct a disciplinary hearing 
Unit Standard ID: 10985 
NQF Level: 
Credit Value: 5 


INTRODUCTION 

This programme gives delegates the knowledge and understanding of preparing for a disciplinary hearing as an Initiator and conducting a disciplinary hearing as a Chairperson. This workshop will allow delegates to investigate the challenges they are facing regarding the implementation of disciplinary action, and to act on it with the correct procedure and preparation. The programme will also allow delegates to conduct hearings and to administer disciplinary principles in a fair and consistent manner. 

WHAT THIS COURSE CAN DO FOR YOU 

  • Understanding the reason for progressive discipline in the workplace 
  • Understand the purpose and implementation of a Disciplinary code 
  • Prepare, investigate and formulate the appropriate charges for a disciplinary hearing. 
  • Help collect and prepare evidence in a hearing 
  • Understand the responsibilities of an initiator before, during and after a hearing 
  • Help with preparing and questioning of witnesses 
  • Understanding the purpose of the Chairperson 
  • Learn how to conduct and manage the hearing 
  • Learn how to take a decision as to sanction 
  • Understanding the documentation process of the hearing 


TARGET AUDIENCE 

The workshop has open access to all individuals who need to prepare for and present evidence during a disciplinary hearing and who need to chair a disciplinary hearing. Tools and skills learnt will enable the individual to be more organised and prepared for the initiating and chairing of a hearing, the questioning of witnesses, the evaluation of evidence presented and determining the appropriate sanction. 

TRAINING METHODOLOGY 

The workshop is activity based, and delegates “learn by doing” through, role-plays and discussion. Learners assess their current disciplinary skills in the context of their own designation and, by applying the skills learned, plan a course of action in order to be more effective in preparation of disciplinary hearings, chairing disciplinary hearings and managing poor work performance.

 

POST COURSE ASSISTANCE 

 

“On-Line Knowledge Hub”

All delegates attending Kwelanga Training public courses now have FREE access to post course on-line resources.  Up-to-date, convenient and easily accessible information, relevant to the programme attended, is available.  Tools include case studies, articles, exercises and other valuable articles which will reinforce course content and assist in transferring knowledge and skills to the workplace.

 

“Contact the Coach” – Post Course Support 

Kwelanga Training strongly believes learning should include on-going assistance following training. Delegates can “Contact the Coach” via email or telephonically if they need support with additional queries/questions regarding the application of theory covered during the course at any time following the course.

Details

  • When

  • 12 May, 2017
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    South Africa Time

  • Where

  • Cherry Place
    161 Heugh Road
    Walmer
    Port Elizabeth
    South Africa
    0415815336

  • Capacity

  • 20 (20 remaining)

Additional Information

Kwelanga Training will provide: 
  • Course facilitation by subject expert
  • NQF aligned comprehensive user guide
  • Framed certificates for each delegate
  • Corporate venue, Lunch and refreshments 
  • Pens / Pencil case sets
  • Name card / Attendance register / Evaluation forms 
  • "Contact the Coach" - post course support
  
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