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Employment Law Diploma

Level 3 / ABC Awards / ODL62

The Employment Law Level 3 Diploma explains the various influences and rules which dictate the nature of the relationship between employer and employee, one that almost citizens can relate to.

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course duration: 200 hrs

study type: online

Course Description

The course endeavours to place the employment relationship within its context in our legal system and explains how the various sources of law have developed and govern the operation of the contract of employment. It is hoped the coverage of this course will motivate students to progress further and perhaps embark upon a career within law or a human resources related discipline.

For the vast majority of us the employment relationship is a daily reality which can last throughout the course of our lifetimes. Irrespective of our motivations for participation, it is destined to be one of the longstanding relationships of our adult life. For many such a relationship may be relatively mundane; for others this may be far more traumatic and less happy. For these reasons, this course is guaranteed to be relevant and of interest to a vast array of people, those wishing to work in the field of law, or those seeking to improve their knowledge of employment law.

The course consists of ten modules. Throughout the modules you will encounter various cases studies which are designed to test your understanding and aid the learning process itself. The course is designed to be self contained, but students are encouraged to consult the listed texts in order to deepen their understanding of the area. Students should take care to ensure that they consult the latest edition of any additional texts; it will become clear that Employment law is a fast evolving discipline and it is really necessary to consult a reliable reference source to ensure that legal principles remain intact.

Materials can be studied online or there is also the option to have the printed materials delivered for an additional charge of £65.

Modules

Module 1: The UK legal system and employment law
This introductory module places the subject within its context introducing both the UK legal system and the various machinery which has the task of deciding disputes and enforcing the law.

Module 2: What is a contract and why is it important in this context
The basis of the employment relationship remains the contract of employment; this module examines the key concerns within this area and the determination of employment status.

Module 3: Contents of the contract of employment
This module explores the essential legal duties of the parties to the employment relationship in greater detail.

Module 4: Termination of the contract of employment
There are a number of ways whereby an employment relationship can be terminated; this module explores the legal background to termination of contract and looks at some of the specific areas in more detail.

Module 5: Redundancy and transfer of undertakings
This module continues with the general theme of the previous module but concerns itself with situations which have arisen as a result of economic factors rather than legalistic considerations.

Module 6: Remuneration and hours of work
This module concentrates upon coverage of the various provisions relating to the more important terms and conditions of employment.

Module 7: Discrimination within the employment relationship
The potential forms of unlawful discrimination have increased dramatically over the past decade; it is the task of this module to examine these and place them within their context.

Module 8: Health and safety within the workplace
It seems quite commonplace to read of organisations complaining with regards to further responsibilities being placed upon them as a result of action by government bodies. This module explores the regulatory health and safety framework and the key duties it places upon both parties in the employment relationship.

Module 9: European dimension
The influence of European law has increased quite dramatically over the past 25 years and appears to be set to continue to do so. This module identifies what the sources of European law actually are and how they influence the nature of UK employment law.

Module 10: Collective aspects of employment law
During the course of the previous units we have considered the legal framework relating to employment law. In this final module we look at the various legal rules relating to the activities of trades unions and how they can operate within the framework of the law in attempting to advance the interests of their members.

Previous Knowledge

No previous knowledge or experience is essential to study this course.

Assessment

Final online multiple choice examination counts for 100% of the final grade. Throughout the course there are ten SAPs (coursework) and a thesis. The course clearly states that this is not mandatory to complete as it has no bearing on the final grade. We do suggest that students complete these as this will not only assist them in examination preparation but also will give the student the skill set should they wish to continue their studies (continuous professional development) at a higher level.

Awarding Organisation

At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from ABC Awards and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the details of all the units the learner has completed as part of the course). 

The course has been endorsed under the ABC Awards Quality Licence Scheme. This means that Oxford Learning College has undergone an external quality check to ensure that the organisation and the courses it offers, meet certain quality criteria. The completion of this course alone does not lead to an Ofqual regulated qualification but may be used as evidence of knowledge and skills towards regulated qualifications in the future. 

The unit summary can be used as evidence towards Recognition of Prior Learning if you wish to progress your studies in this sector. To this end the learning outcomes of the course have been benchmarked at Level 3 against level descriptors published by Ofqual, to indicate the depth of study and level of demand/complexity involved in successful completion by the learner.

 The course itself has been designed by Oxford Learning College to meet specific learners’ and/or employers’ requirements which cannot be satisfied through current regulated qualifications. ABC Awards endorsement involves robust and rigorous quality audits by external auditors to ensure quality is continually met. A review of courses is carried out as part of the endorsement process.

Support

12 Months Tutor Support. Tutors are available to answer student questions relating to course materials and to comment on the assignments that are sent in to state how well students have understood the unit content.

course description

Course Description

The course endeavours to place the employment relationship within its context in our legal system and explains how the various sources of law have developed and govern the operation of the contract of employment. It is hoped the coverage of this course will motivate students to progress further and perhaps embark upon a career within law or a human resources related discipline.

For the vast majority of us the employment relationship is a daily reality which can last throughout the course of our lifetimes. Irrespective of our motivations for participation, it is destined to be one of the longstanding relationships of our adult life. For many such a relationship may be relatively mundane; for others this may be far more traumatic and less happy. For these reasons, this course is guaranteed to be relevant and of interest to a vast array of people, those wishing to work in the field of law, or those seeking to improve their knowledge of employment law.

The course consists of ten modules. Throughout the modules you will encounter various cases studies which are designed to test your understanding and aid the learning process itself. The course is designed to be self contained, but students are encouraged to consult the listed texts in order to deepen their understanding of the area. Students should take care to ensure that they consult the latest edition of any additional texts; it will become clear that Employment law is a fast evolving discipline and it is really necessary to consult a reliable reference source to ensure that legal principles remain intact.

Materials can be studied online or there is also the option to have the printed materials delivered for an additional charge of £65.

previous knowledge required

Previous Knowledge

No previous knowledge or experience is essential to study this course.

assessment

Assessment

Final online multiple choice examination counts for 100% of the final grade. Throughout the course there are ten SAPs (coursework) and a thesis. The course clearly states that this is not mandatory to complete as it has no bearing on the final grade. We do suggest that students complete these as this will not only assist them in examination preparation but also will give the student the skill set should they wish to continue their studies (continuous professional development) at a higher level.

support

Support

12 Months Tutor Support. Tutors are available to answer student questions relating to course materials and to comment on the assignments that are sent in to state how well students have understood the unit content.

modules

Modules

Module 1: The UK legal system and employment law
This introductory module places the subject within its context introducing both the UK legal system and the various machinery which has the task of deciding disputes and enforcing the law.

Module 2: What is a contract and why is it important in this context
The basis of the employment relationship remains the contract of employment; this module examines the key concerns within this area and the determination of employment status.

Module 3: Contents of the contract of employment
This module explores the essential legal duties of the parties to the employment relationship in greater detail.

Module 4: Termination of the contract of employment
There are a number of ways whereby an employment relationship can be terminated; this module explores the legal background to termination of contract and looks at some of the specific areas in more detail.

Module 5: Redundancy and transfer of undertakings
This module continues with the general theme of the previous module but concerns itself with situations which have arisen as a result of economic factors rather than legalistic considerations.

Module 6: Remuneration and hours of work
This module concentrates upon coverage of the various provisions relating to the more important terms and conditions of employment.

Module 7: Discrimination within the employment relationship
The potential forms of unlawful discrimination have increased dramatically over the past decade; it is the task of this module to examine these and place them within their context.

Module 8: Health and safety within the workplace
It seems quite commonplace to read of organisations complaining with regards to further responsibilities being placed upon them as a result of action by government bodies. This module explores the regulatory health and safety framework and the key duties it places upon both parties in the employment relationship.

Module 9: European dimension
The influence of European law has increased quite dramatically over the past 25 years and appears to be set to continue to do so. This module identifies what the sources of European law actually are and how they influence the nature of UK employment law.

Module 10: Collective aspects of employment law
During the course of the previous units we have considered the legal framework relating to employment law. In this final module we look at the various legal rules relating to the activities of trades unions and how they can operate within the framework of the law in attempting to advance the interests of their members.

awarding organisation

Awarding Organisation

At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from ABC Awards and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the details of all the units the learner has completed as part of the course). 

The course has been endorsed under the ABC Awards Quality Licence Scheme. This means that Oxford Learning College has undergone an external quality check to ensure that the organisation and the courses it offers, meet certain quality criteria. The completion of this course alone does not lead to an Ofqual regulated qualification but may be used as evidence of knowledge and skills towards regulated qualifications in the future. 

The unit summary can be used as evidence towards Recognition of Prior Learning if you wish to progress your studies in this sector. To this end the learning outcomes of the course have been benchmarked at Level 3 against level descriptors published by Ofqual, to indicate the depth of study and level of demand/complexity involved in successful completion by the learner.

 The course itself has been designed by Oxford Learning College to meet specific learners’ and/or employers’ requirements which cannot be satisfied through current regulated qualifications. ABC Awards endorsement involves robust and rigorous quality audits by external auditors to ensure quality is continually met. A review of courses is carried out as part of the endorsement process.