Course Overview: Managing absenteeism provides an in-depth overview and effective strategy on how to reduce and manage absence in your organisation or department. The course takes you through an introduction and guideline on how to measure and monitor absence, how to deal with different types of absence, and how to be proactive in managing absence in your business.
A 1% absenteeism reduction can provide significant cost savings for a business, organisation or public sector department. Jeremy Chennells has over 30 years of experience in the labour field and has designed this course using his practical experiences in a wide range of sectors; from agriculture to manufacturing, government and the NGO sector. The course has applicability to any organisation, large or small, public or private.
Target audience: The course is designed for senior and junior managers, human resource managers as well as supervisors in all industries.
Total time commitment: Approximately 6 hours.
• There is a quiz at the end of each module which you need to pass to continue the course.
• A pass mark of 70% is required for each quiz at the end of each module.
• A candidate has 6 months to complete the course.
Certificate: A PDF certificate of completion will be issued on successful completion the course.
Course enrollment fee: A once-off payment ZAR 3393 (including VAT) paid via MasterCard/Visa/Instant EFT (via PayFast) or manual EFT payment option on course enrollment.
How do I enroll for this course? You click on “TAKE THIS COURSE” button below and it will take you through the check-out process. You will have the option to pay via MasterCard/Visa/Instant EFT (via PayFast) or manual EFT payment. You will be issued with a valid Tax Invoice. Once your payment has been confirmed, your course will be activated. Please note manual EFT payments could take up to 72 hours to clear.
You can also purchase a group license if you would like to register a number of your management and administration staff for the course.
Watch the video for a brief introduction to the course: