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Professional Certificate In Industrial Relations Management

 Issued by

Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)

Professional Certificate In Industrial Relations Management
Programme Overview

 

Certificate Industrial Relations Management (CIRM) is specially developed with the aim to prepare HR personnel to manage the complexities as well as face the changing needs of the various industries. It is also designed to provide basic and practical knowledge and skills for all levels of employees, including industrial relations personnel, human resources personnel, operational supervisors and managers requiring a wide understanding of the industrial relations and labor laws in managing human resources.

Taught by experienced academic, corporate and industry practitioners who will bring with them wealth of academic theories and real world expertise, these courses provide participants with an excellent combination of academic and pragmatic knowledge via lectures, case analysis, group discussions and presentations.

Certification

Upon completion of the 5 five modules, the certificate is awarded by KUALA LUMPUR INFRASTRUCTURE UNIVERSITY, MALAYSIA. In addition to that, Certificate of completion will be awarded by Praxis Skills Training and Consultancy upon completion of each module.

IUKL and its group of education and training institutions (IKRAM) has been developing skills and academic status of school leavers and working adults for over 20 years through Ministry of Higher Education approved diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Certification Issued by:

Infrastructure University KL (IUKL)

 

  1. Objectives

 

  1. Understand the essential laws as provided in Industrial Relations Act 1967, Trade Unions Act 1959, and Employment Act 1955
  2. Understand the labour court’s rulings on different issues related discipline and misconduct issues;
  3. Strengthen relationships through the use of effective communications skills.
  4. Become better listeners and communicators, and teach others these skills as well.
  5. How to resolve conflict and deadlocks with difficult people through assertiveness and active listening.
  6. Apply new communications skills in all client and workplace relationships
  7. Understand the meaning and concepts of redundancy;
  8. Execute pre-retrenchment measures
  9. Apply the code and conducts of Industry Harmony;
  10. Understand the Consultation procedures and methods with employees;
  11. Understand the concept of misconduct from the legal
  12. Understand the legal principles in relations to the management of misconduct and domestic inquiry.
  13. Acquire practical knowledge and skills of conducting domestic inquiry.
  14. Able to know the consequences of poor management of misconduct in employment
  15. Understand the remedies available for employees (or workmen) in the context of Malaysian industrial law.
  16. Demonstrate good employment relationship practices in your work place
  17. Differentiate between termination and dismissals
  18. Identify and use various types of termination of an employment contract
  19. Boost their credibility upon earning the professional qualifications from a reputable university

 

  1. Recognition of the program

 

IUKL being the first infrastructure university in Malaysia, which emphasizes the integration of both hard and soft aspects of infrastructure, aspire to produce ecopreneurs and skilled manpower with outstanding communication, technological and managerial skills. Obtaining a professional certificate from this institution upon completion of the 10 day program  in industrial relations management will certainly will be proud moment for those B40 employees who may only possess SPM or lower qualifications. This certificate will allow the participants to print the title in the name card as certified IR practitioners and enhance their chances to get promoted to higher positions in their respective origination.

 

IUKL receives professional recognition from various local and international professional bodies – Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM), Board of Architects Malaysia (LAM), Land Surveyors Board (LJT), Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (RISM), Washington Accord, CISCO, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), among others. The students who receive the Supervisory Certification from IUKL will be certainly part of the university’s training benefactors.

 

Enhanced with up-to-date outline, and trained by highly qualified trainers among whom are industry practitioners, Praxis with IUKL strives to ensure high quality training in areas of Supervisory Skills.

 

Industrial Relations Management is one of the most used in both service and manufacturing sectors. This program is important and relevant to the extent many multinational companies uses their own full time trainers to conduct due to its high frequency and many employees are involved.

Learning Outcome

Upon Completion of this Certification, the participants will be able to:-

 

  • Understand the essential laws as provided in Industrial Relations Act 1967, Trade Unions Act 1959, and Employment Act 1955
  • Understand the labor court’s rulings on different issues related discipline and misconduct issues;
  • Strengthen relationships through the use of effective communications skills.
  • Become better listeners and communicators, and teach others these skills as well.
  • How to resolve conflict and deadlocks with difficult people through assertiveness and active listening.
  • Apply new communications skills in all client and workplace relationships
  • Understand the meaning and concepts of redundancy;
  • Execute pre-retrenchment measures
  • Apply the code and conducts of Industry Harmony;
  • Understand the Consultation procedures and methods with employees;
  • Understand the concept of misconduct from the legal
  • Understand the legal principles in relations to the management of misconduct and domestic inquiry.
  • Acquire practical knowledge and skills of conducting domestic inquiry.
  • Able to know the consequences of poor management of misconduct in employment
  • Understand the remedies available for employees (or workmen) in the context of Malaysian industrial law.
  • Demonstrate good employment relationship practices in your work place
  • Differentiate between termination and dismissals
  • Identify and use various types of termination of an employment contract
  • Avoid unfair terminations and will be able to know how to terminate employees with minimum risk
  • Apply the rules and regulations stipulated in the Malaysian Employment Act 1955 and Industrial Relations Act 1968.
  • Coach and delegate the work fairly to other HR department staff.
  • Utilize the company resources effectively to reduce cost of underutilization by managing the manpower efficiently
  • Promote positive culture and understanding with reduced conflicts.
  • Handle difficult workers effectively.

 

Duration

10 Day workshop (7 hours per day) All participants must achieve 90% attendance to entitle for the IUKL Certificate.

 

For Whom?

HR Managers, ,  HR Assistants, HR Clerks, Supervisors, Executives and Non-Executives and Non-HR Managers and Supervisors who are heading a department or a process.

 

5 Modules Included to complete the certification

 

  1. Industrial Relations and Industrial Laws in Malaysia
  2. Managing People: An Applied Psychological Approach
  3. Managing Redundancy and Retrenchment
  4. Handling Misconduct and Domestic Inquiry Procedures
  5. Termination of Employment: The Law and Practice

 

Methodology

The course is highly participatory with short lectures, group discussions, group presentations and case studies. Participants are encouraged to contribute their own experience and issues related to absenteeism behavior from their own organization during the course.

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Modules

  1. Industrial Relations and Industrial Laws in Malaysia

Introduction

 

This course provides an introduction to Malaysian Industrial Relations and Employment Law.  It focuses on the key Industrial Relations issues and problems of organizations in Malaysian context.

 

The course will assist the participants who are involved in industrial relations and industrial law especially human resource practitioners, industrial relations specialist and non-practitioners to understand the various facets of employment relationship and industrial relations with the framework of Malaysian legal system.

 

The courses provide detailed analysis and discussion on employment relationship between employers and employees. The courses that deal to relevant employment laws such as Employment Act 1955, Sarawak and Sabah Labour Ordinances will be customized according to geographical location such as Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak.  An outline will be given on the framework of individual and collective employment relations as it affects rights, immunities and obligation of employers and employees. 

 

This course would guide employers in avoiding pitfalls in the management of industrial relations and industrial law especially in the context of rapidly changing work environment.

 

 

Program Objectives

 

 

To provide the overview of the industrial relations system in Malaysia and the applications of the industrial laws such as the Employment Act 1955 (Peninsular Malaysia), Sabah Labour Ordinance and also Sarawak Labour Ordinance, besides the Industrial Relations Act 1967 and Trade Unions Act 1959.

 

Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to:-

 

  • Understand the essential laws as provided  in Industrial Relations Act 1967, Trade Unions Act 1959, and Employment Act 1955 (or either Sabah Labour Ordinance and Sarawak Labour Ordinance);
  • Understand the labor court’s rulings on different issues related discipline and misconduct issues;
  • Apply effective negotiation styles during the discussions with the legitimate labor representatives;
  • Avoid wrongful actions against the workers/employees;
  • Include the relevant sections of the industrial laws, such as the employment act and labour ordinance in company’s HR policies and procedures.

For further information, please contact:-

Dr. Arivalan :    0124956810

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