Maybe HR doesn’t have the most glamourous of reputations, but that’s ok. But businesses would struggle without a strong Human Resources team. Our collection of courses is designed to help you learn about important things which will impact all employees. And it’s brought to you in clear language, without unexplained jargon, and in a very accessible way.
Our ever-growing HR collection provides training on useful topics such as interview skills, sexual harassment, managing disciplinaries and absence, performance management and bullying. We also have hard-hitting courses on modern slavery, recognising privilege and selling age restricted products amongst others. Check out further details for our most popular courses below.
This course explores the ins and outs of video interviewing. It’ll help you understand the benefits that virtual conferencing technology can bring, and the importance of getting things right. It’s full of best practice advice to help make your video interviewing virtually perfect!
Modern slavery is the grievous exploitation of people for personal or commercial gain. It includes slavery, servitude, forced and bonded labour, forced marriage, sex trafficking, and human trafficking. The impacts can be devastating for the victims, and many of these crimes go undetected. This course examines the phenomenon of modern slavery, who it affects, and how you can help. For businesses, it will also look at the relevant legislation to help you stay compliant.
Everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect at work, and yet workplace bullying is surprisingly and disappointingly common. Even if an organisation has a policy in place to deal with the issue, incidents can often go undetected or overlooked. Sensitivity is key, and you can establish a code of conduct for your staff to follow by offering the right training – just like this course! It offers the perfect platform for building awareness about bullying behaviours and building a system for eradicating them.
The effort to uphold Equality, Diversity and Inclusion begins with increasing awareness about what the words really mean, beyond their basic definitions. This course explores each concept and the implications that organizations need to consider and address. It will also help you implement actions to improve inclusivity. By instilling an ethos that champions EDI, they can reap the benefits of improved morale, collaboration, and productivity.
This course will explain the laws that are in place to protect children and adults, and the consequences of selling age-restricted products illegally. Those consequences can be severe. So, it’s important to know when to use the likes of Challenge 25 to back you up, and what to look out for when you ask for ID.