Introduction to Disciplinary Procedures for Schools

HR AdvisoryeLearning library offer

E-learning library

All Inclusive Training!
Unlimited courses, unlimited users

For £985 + VAT per year

What this course contains:

By working through this course, delegates will learn, and become familiar with, the basic steps involved in conducting an effective investigation and in managing staff through a formal disciplinary process. Throughout the training, delegates will be given an opportunity to reflect on various examples of both misconduct and gross misconduct.

Who is this course for:

This course is an Introduction to the Disciplinary Process and is aimed at aspiring members of the Senior Leadership Team, members of the Governing Body and newly appointed School Business Managers.

CPD

Duration:

1 hour

The Cost:

This course is available as part of our eLearning annual licence which includes unlimited access for your school to the full Human Resources eLearning Library for £985 plus VAT per annum.

Alternatively, if your school subscribes to our annual Human Resources Support Service, you will receive access to our entire Human Resources eLearning library at no extra cost.

Assessment:

To successfully complete the course, learners will be required to pass a short assessment.

CPD:

Upon successful completion of the course learners will be issued a CPD accredited certificate to download. The course equates to 1 hour of CPD.

Submit enquiry

  • Total cost £ .

    (For unlimited access to all courses in this eLearning library)

Don't forget...

.... that our HR Advisory service now includes an annual visit to your school.  You can use this visit to apprise us of any new developments in your school or alternatively to assist you with any HR issues that are better dealt with face to face.

There is no extra cost for this visit and it is available to all HR Advisory clients old and new.  If you would like to book a visit by one of our consultants to your school, please contact us on 0845 459 7013.

"Judicium is truly unique.” Secondary Education Magazine