This course provides an in-depth overview and effective strategy on how to reduce and manage absence in your organisation. It takes you through an introduction and instructive guidelines on how to deal with different types of absence, using either disciplinary or incapacity procedures.
Managers and employees need to understand how to respond to different types of absence and which procedures to use. Absence can be managed by either using disciplinary procedures or incapacity procedures.
This is an introductory course and guide to help you link best practices to a sustainable, profitable and resilient business. This course aims to help people working in agriculture to better understand what being sustainable means in terms of daily practices.
Incapacity procedures apply where an employee is unable to attend work regularly and perform their duties according to the employment contract because of factors beyond their control and this has a negative impact on the business.
This course deals with employees who are persistently and regularly absent from work for short periods of time, due to ongoing illness, disability or external factors beyond their control and are therefore unable to attend work regularly.
This course looks at the problem of absence without leave (AWOL) which is when an employee stays away from scheduled work without authorization or a good reason, but the employer believes they intend to return to work.
This NSF Africa endorsed online course gives you the background to food safety, food safety standards and GLOBALG.A.P. which is a global certification scheme supporting producers and their buyers with the implementation of Good Agricultural Practices (G.A.P.) on farms.
Following the introductory “Approach to Rhythms”, this online educational CPD quiz will consist of a series of ECGs with a variety of important cardiac rhythms. Each will be accompanied by a series of questions, followed by a detailed analysis and explanation.
This online course provides an overview of ethical standards that apply in agriculture, and the content is aligned to the Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) and SIZA ethical standards as well as international labour organisation (ILO) requirements.
The Political School’s first online training course will consist of six modules. The first module you will do covers the history of South Africa from pre-colonial times until 1912, and the history of the ANC from 1912 until 1994.