Employment related Courses
Award in Employment Law Course
The aim of this course is to provide participants with a good working knowledge of the local legislation belonging to employment and industrial relations, including the main changes in the employment legislation. It also determines the extensive factors for an understanding of the rights and obligations of workers and their employers. The Employment and Industrial Relations Act, 2002 and the various regulations which followed is the main focus of the course, and it guides participants through the principles of effective employment practices. This method enables them to understand various implications of employer employee relations.
The course is an MQF Level 5 Award accredited by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education
Employment: Fiscal & Practical Considerations Course
This course is organised by PricewaterhouseCoopers, in collaboration with the Malta Employers’ Association.
The main objective of this course is to engage participants into the legislative and technical aspects of payroll computation. Topics covered through the course include payroll management which involves knowledge about the complexities of income tax computations, social security, exemptions and other employer obligations involved in the correct computation of different aspects of remuneration. Participants learn about taxation and other compliance issues which form an intricate element of employing people.
Award in Current Employment Matters – Legal Perspective
Employing people is becoming increasingly challenging and requires specific knowledge about many current and emerging situations. Changing work organisation; sourcing foreign human resources; data protection issues; social media within the workplace are amongst the many issues that are being faced by companies in their engagement with their employees, thus adding to the complexity of the employer/employee relationship.
The Malta Employers’ Association is organising this course to address these matters concretely through the involvement of professionals who are specialised in their respective fields. It will consist of focused sessions during which participants will
engage with the trainers to relate the contents of the lectures with their own context and experiences. This course is thus aimed at HR practitioners, employers and persons who are responsible for the HR function within micro organisations.
Successful participants will be given an Award certificate with the equivalent of 3 ECTS at MQF level 5.