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Labour Law & Industrial Relations

Diploma and Certificate Courses on Labour Laws and Industrial Relations as well as short term training courses and training workshops are conducted by the National Institute of LabourStudies (NILS). The prospective candidates for the Diploma Courses are graduates from recognized Universities possessing appropriate work experience. However, middle level and mid carrier executives of both private and public sector organizations are encouraged to register without a basic degree, recognizing the exposure and experience in the subject area.

Resource Persons technically contributing to these programs are Professors and Lecturers from Universities and National Level Institutes possessing appropriate National and International exposure. Also Professional Practitioners such as present and former Senior Officials from the Ministry of Labour and Labour Relations, LabourDepartment, Labour Tribunals and Trade Union Leaders etc.,possessing adequate educational background and several years of experience serve as Resource Persons in applicable training programs sharing their experiences with the trainees.

 

Diploma Course

Labour Laws and Industrial Relations

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Administrators, Trade Unionists and others who aspire to hold managerial positions

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain national and international historical background of labour laws and legal provisions related to any type of labour issues (National and international legal framework)
  • Explain power, authority, functions and roles of Labour Department, industrial courts and labour tribunals.
  • Develop and maintain positive and strong relations with tripartite constituents with a clear understanding of the interests of all parties, and
  • Act in different capacities, as a stakeholder implement and assisting to implement labour laws and maintain strong industrial relations.

Modules

  1. Terms and Conditions of Employment
  2. Social Security
  3. Industrial Relations, dealing with Labour Tribunals and Labour Inquiries
  4. Globalization, Emerging Challenges in the Global Economy, International Labour Standards and importance in promoting fair globalization
  5. Research Methodology
  6. Dispute Settlement – Conciliation, Arbitration, Industrial Courts , Labour Tribunals  and Appeal Procedure
  7. Trade unions: Roles, Responsibilities and Challenges
  8. Occupational Safety and health for higher labour productivity
  9. Impact of Labour Laws on Productivity/Competitiveness
  10. Evolution and Delegation of Responsibilities on Labour related National Policies and Legislations

Methodology

Lectures, discussions, group exercises, take-home assignments, presentations, role plays, simulations, field visits and an action learning project.

Duration

One Year (Conducted only on Sundays)

Medium

English

Fee

Rs. 75,000/- + Rs. 2000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:40
 

Certificate Courses

Terms and Conditions of Employment

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Administrators, Trade Unionists and others who aspire to hold managerial positions

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the basic types of employment and the relationship between the employer and employee;
  • Draft service agreements (letters of appointment);
  • Explain the consequences of enclosing conditions which are inconsistent with labour and other laws;
  • Describe the essential terms and conditions of employment provided under different labour laws; and
  • Explain special provisions for employment of trainees, disables and foreigners etc..

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Video Presentations, Case Studies, Role Plays and Simulations

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (07th May 2017– 11th June 2017)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:46
 

Social Security

For Whom

Administrators, Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Safety Officers and Security Officers

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the development of concepts associated with social security and practices in Sri Lanka.
  • Describe the legal provisions in general, based on each act/ordinance and applicability
  • Asses EPF and ETF contributions, entitlements and gratuity

Methodology

Lectures, Role Plays, Simulations, Individual and Group Exercises, Take-home Assignments, and Field Visits

Duration

Six weeks –Conducted on Sundays only (18th June 2017– 30th July 2017)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:47
 

Industrial Relation, Social Dialogue and Workplace Co-operation

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Administrators, Trade Unionists and others who aspire to hold managerial positions

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  1. Explain the historical background of industrial relations;
  2. Explain the provisions of Industrial Disputes Act to prevent and settle disputes;
  3. Explain types of industrial disputes and the causes and effects
  4. Describe the importance of good industrial relations, social doglegs, dialogues, Workplace Co-operation and their benefits to employers, employees and the nation;
  5. Describe the concepts of Collective bargaining and Collective Agreements;
  6. Explain positive and effective industrial relations within and beyond labour laws; &
  7. Explain the important  aspect of disciplinary inquire procedure

Methodology

Lectures, Role Plays, Simulations, Individual and Group Exercises, Take-home Assignments, and Field Visits

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (06th August 2017 – 10th September 2017)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:49
 

Globalization, Emerging Challenges in the Global Economy, International Labour Standards and Importance in Promoting Fair Globalization

For Whom

HR Managers, Administrators, Trade Unionists, Supervisors, Government officials handling labour matters

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, Participants should be able to:

  • Explain the globalization and related aspects
  • Explain challenges, impacts on countries, organizations, industries and individuals
  • Explain historical background of labour laws in the world and in Sri Lanka
  • Explain the evolution of the labour law in Sri Lanka
  • Explain the back ground of setting the International Labour Organization (ILO)
  • Describe ILO conventions, Ratification, its impact on local labour law &
  • Explain Fair globalization, post globalization era, emerging new concepts [Decent work, Millennium Development Goals (MDG), Core Labour standards, Global Compact]

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Video Presentations, Case Studies, Role Plays and Simulations

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (24th September 2017 – 29th October 2017)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

Explain the globalization and related aspects

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:50
 

Research Methodology

For Whom

Managers, Trade Unionists, Academics and others who wish to design and/or implement research/ survey/ action learning projects

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the types of researches and surveys and how to develop research/survey proposals;
  • Collect representative unbiased data and analyze using statistical and analytical tools required for research;
  • Formulate a research project and write a proposal;
  • Implement a research/survey/action learning project; and
  • Write a comprehensive report to present findings.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Video Presentations, Case Studies, Role Plays and Simulations

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (05th November 2017 – 17th December 2017)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

Explain the types of researches and surveys and how to develop research/survey proposals;

 

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:52
 

Dispute settlement – Conciliation,arbitration, industrial courts , labour tribunals and appeal procedure

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Administrators, Trade Unionists and others who aspire to hold managerial positions

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be conversant of:

  • Explain the types and causes of conflicts and grievances in workplaces;
  • Describe the consequences of industrial disputes at individual, company and national levels;
  • Describe the provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act;
  • Explain the roles and responsibilities of the Department of Labour in prevention and settlement of disputes;
  • Explain the functions and powers of the arbitrators;
  • Industrial courts and labour tribunals; and
  • Powers of the Minister in dispute settlement.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Video Presentations, Case Studies, Role Plays and Simulations

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (24th December 2017 – 11th February 2018)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:57
 

Trade Unions: Roles, Responsibilities and Challenges

For Whom

Trade Unionists, Trade Union Office Staff, HR Managers

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, Participants should be able to:

  • Explain historical background of the trade union movement;
  • National and international legal framework related to trade unions and labour rights;
  • Explain basic principles & practices of management;
  • Apply marketing management approaches to expand the membership and strengthen trade unions;
  • Apply effective financial management principles to trade unions and utilize resources optimally;
  • Apply good governance principles to trade unions;
  • Strengthen members by developing their competencies through training & development; and
  • Explain the concept of planning and develop and implement short term plans and a strategic plan.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Video Presentations, Case Studies, Role Plays and Simulations

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (18th February 2018– 25th March 2018)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 04:59
 

Occupational Safety and Health for Higher Labour Productivity

For Whom

Administrators, Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Safety Officers and Security Officers

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the concept of occupational safety and health (OSH), importance of promotion, and legal provisions;
  • Explain the physical and chemical hazards in the workplace and prevention techniques;
  • Describe the roles of a safety officer to ensure workplace safety;
  • Explain legal provisions for ensuring OSH in Sri Lanka;
  • Explain the relationship between productivity and safety; and
  • Examine a workplace and develop an action plan to improve work environment to minimize accidents.
  • Explain to organize and implement fire fighting activities

Methodology

Lectures, Role Plays, Simulations, Individual and Group Exercises, Take-home Assignments, and Field Visits

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (01st April 2018 – 20th May 2018)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 05:00
 

Issues Dealing with Labour Tribunals

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Administrators, Trade Unionists and others who aspire to hold managerial positions

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, Participants should be able to:

  • Explain present global developments, high competition, and emerging business challenges;
  • Critically examine positive and negative impacts of labour laws on productivity;
  • Explain the rights and responsibilities and obligations of employers and employees to contribute socioeconomic development;
  • Analyze costs and benefits of adhering to labour laws in terms of productivity; and
  • Explain methods to strengthen labour relations and labour productivity for the benefit of all parties.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Video Presentations, Case Studies, Role Plays and Simulations

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (18th February 2018– 25th March 2018)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 05:07
 

Functions, Roles and Responsibilities of the Labour Department

For Whom

HR Managers, Executives, Trade Unionists and others who aspire to become HR Managers

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the background of the establishment of the Department of Labour in Sri Lanka;
  • Describe basic principles and purpose of labour laws;
  • Explain the present structure and divisions of Labour Department;
  • Explain the functions, roles and responsibilities of each division of the Department of Labour; and
  • Explain the internal and external environment of the Department of Labour.

Methodology

Lectures, discussions, group exercises, Video presentations, case studies, role plays and simulations.

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Sundays only (01st April 2018– 20th May 2018)

Medium

English

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 12,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration Fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 05:09
 

Certificate Courses ( Special )

Advanced Management Skills

For Whom

Directors, Managers, Administrators and HR Managers

Objectives

At the end of the Certificate Course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain Managerial skills
  • Understand what makes the difference between ‘Good’ and ‘Excellent’?
  • Understand the personal skills that allow you to excel
  • Create a Personal Skill-Set that will set them apart
  • Apply their Emotional Intelligence
  • Communicate elegantly and effectively
  • Build a motivated and inspired team of people
  • Dealing with difficult staff
  • Develop a plan to create ongoing success

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Case Studies and Simulations

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Tuesdays only (14th August 2017 -18th September 2017)

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Medium

Sinhala

Fee

Rs. 15,000/- + 1,000/-(Registration fee)

Explain the types of researches and surveys and how to develop research/survey proposals;

 

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 05:52
 

Occupational Safety and Health for Higher Labour

For Whom

Administrators, Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Safety Officers and Security Officers

Objectives

After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the concept of occupational safety and health (OSH), importance of promotion, and legal provisions;
  • Explain the physical and chemical hazards in the workplace and prevention techniques;
  • Describe the roles of a safety officer to ensure workplace safety;
  • Explain legal provisions for ensuring OSH in Sri Lanka;
  • Explain the relationship between productivity and safety; and
  • Examine a workplace and develop an action plan to improve work environment to minimize accidents.
  • Explain, organize and implement firefighting activities

Methodology

Lectures, Role Plays, Simulations, Individual and Group Exercises, Take-home Assignments.

Duration

Six weeks – Conducted on Fridays only (05th August 2017 – 09th September 2017)

Medium

Sinhala

Timing

From 0900hrs - 1700hrs

Fee

Rs. 15,000/- + Rs. 1,000/- (registration fee)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 05:54
 

Three Day Programmes

Enhancing Knowledge on Laws Contributing to Industrial Peace

Type

Training Workshop

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Prospective Professionals

Objectives

At the end of the Training, Participants should be able to:

  • Explain legal provisions in relevant labour laws;
  • Describe legal instruments created to prevent and settle industrial disputes;
  • Explain limitations and conditions of employing women, young persons and children; and
  • Describe legal provisions related to termination of employment.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions & Case Evaluations

Duration

Three days (8th, 9th & 10th March 2017)

Timing

From 0830hrs  - 1700hrs

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 8,000/= (Certification, Training aids, Lunch & refreshments included)

Describe legal instruments created to prevent and settle industrial disputes;

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 05:57
 

Occupational Safety & Health and Fire Safety towards enhancing Labour Productivity

Type

Training Workshop

For Whom

Factory Managers, Safety officers, Security Supervisors and Trade Unionists

Objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the importance of industrial safety and to present an account of the workplace accidents in Sri Lanka and in the world;
  • Explain measures to be taken to ensure industrial safety;
  • Design guidelines and organize a programme to promote safety at the workplace;
  • Explain the legal provisions applicable to industrial accidents and compensation; and
  • Design and implement a fire safety plan.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Video films and Demonstrations

Duration

Three days (26th, 27th, 28th July 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 8,000/= (Certification, Training aids, Lunch & refreshments included)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 05:58
 

Disciplinary Procedure (Tamil)

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Inquiry Officers and Trade Unionists

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain basic functions of HR management;
  • Describe common features of a disciplinary procedure and develop such procedures;
  • Conduct investigation, domestic inquiries and record statements;
  • Write reports on domestic inquiries and design charge sheets and initiate formal disciplinary action;
  • Prosecute, lead evidence in a formal disciplinary inquiry;
  • Provide information and assist lawyers in dealing with cases of labour tribunals; and
  • Review procedures regularly and make recommendations for improvement.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Brainstorming, Role Plays, Group Exercises and Case Studies

Duration

Three days (11th, 12th, 13th October 2017)

Medium

Tamil

Fee

Rs. 8,000/= (Certification, Training aids, Lunch & refreshments included)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:04
 

Disciplinary Procedure

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Inquiry Officers and Trade Unionists

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain basic functions of HR management;
  • Describe common features of a disciplinary procedure and develop such procedures;
  • Conduct investigation, domestic inquiries and record statements;
  • Write reports on domestic inquiries and design charge sheets and initiate formal disciplinary action;
  • Prosecute, lead evidence in a formal disciplinary inquiry;
  • Provide information and assist lawyers in dealing with cases of labour tribunals; and
  • Review procedures regularly and make recommendations for improvement.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Brainstorming, Role Plays, Group Exercises and Case Studies

Duration

Three days (08th, 09th, 10th November 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 8,000/= (Certification, Training aids, Lunch & refreshments included)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:06
 

Two Day Programmes

Social Security for Greater Labour Efficiency

Type

Training workshop

For Whom

Managers/Executives, Trade Unionists, Supervisors and Consultants

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the development of concepts associated with social security and practices in Sri Lanka and other countries;
  • Describe the legal provisions for social security system;
  • Explain provisions in general, based on each Acts/ Ordinance (EPF, ETF, Gratuity) and applicability; and
  • Assess EPF and ETF contributions, entitlements and gratuity.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions and Exercises

Duration

Two days (16th & 17th March 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6,000/= (Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:26
 

Empowerment of Future Trade Union Leaders

For Whom

Trade Unionists (leaders to be)

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants  should be able to:

  • Explain historical background and legal framework of trade unionism, previous action, successes & failures;
  • Explain emerging challenges and opportunities at national, organizational, individual & trade union levels;
  • List roles and functions of a trade union leader;
  • Demonstrate skills for effective communication, negotiation, IT, management, interpersonal relations, marketing and attracting members;
  • Productively negotiate with employers, government officials, and union members to achieve optimum results; and
  • Efficiently and Effectively manage trade unions

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Case studies, Role plays

Duration

Two days (30th, 31st March 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6000/= (Certification, Training aids, Lunch & refreshments Included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:27
 

Wages Boards and Service Conditions

For Whom

Employers, Managers, Executives, Prospective professionals and Trade Unionists

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • List and describe provisions of the Wages Boards Ordinance No 27 of 1941;
  • Critically examine wages board decisions; and
  • Describe the provisions applicable to workers not covered by wages boards.
  • Conversant on roles and responsibilities of employers and employees

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions

Duration

Two days (04th & 05th May 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6000/= (Certification, Training aids, Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:29
 

Roles & Responsibilities of Office Assistant for Higher Labour Productivity - Statutary

For Whom

Office Assistants

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain objectives of establishing Office Employees’ Service.(OES)
  • Identify basic information of the Office Employees’ Service.
  • Explain the basics of public accounting system.
  • Describe organizational chart/system of government institutions and Code of Ethics.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group exercises, Case studies

Duration

Two days (15th & 16th June 2017)

Medium

Sinhala

Fee

Rs. 6000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:30
 

Effective Trade Unionism for Work Place Harmony

For Whom

Trade Unionists (Leaders and Members)

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the historical background of trade unionism in global & national context;
  • Describe legal framework for Trade Union operations in Sri Lanka;
  • List actions for better trade union management (promotion and marketing, finances, administration)
  • Explain the importance of introducing good governance and democratic rule for trade unions; and
  • List roles/responsibilities of trade unionists for the benefit of members with short-term and long-term perspective.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group exercises, Case studies

Duration

Two days (13th & 14th July 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:32
 

Terms, Conditions and Types of Employment

For Whom

Managers, Senior and Middle Level Executives, Legal  Professionals and those who aspire to be above

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the legal provisions for determining terms and conditions of employment;
  • Explain provisions of Wages Boards, Factories Ordinance and Shop and Office Act;
  • Develop a legally valid employment contract;
  • Describe employer and employee relationship and list general terms and conditions of employment; and
  • Explain new types of employment as strategies to face emerging business challenges.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group work

Duration

Two days (03rd & 04th August 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

Describe the legal provisions for determining terms and conditions of employment;

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:33
 

Prevention and Settlement of Industrial Disputes

For Whom

Employers, Managers, Trade Unionists, Social Leaders

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the concept, scope and objectives of industrial relations;
  • Describe the nature, common causes of industrial disputes;
  • Explain basic concepts of Organizational Behaviour; and
  • Describe role of Employers/ Managers, Trade Unions and Government in handling disputes.
  • Facilitate prevention and settlement of disputes contributing to Industrial Peace

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group work, Case studies

Duration

Two days (14th & 15th September 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:36
 

Roles and Responsibilities of Trade Unions

Type

Training Seminar

For Whom

Policy Makers, Administrators, Managers, Trade Unionists, Social Leaders

Objectives

At the end of the seminar, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the concepts of globalization, latest developments in ICT, emerging challenges for business survival and growth, and labour laws;
  • Describe consequences of industrial disputes on the company and employees;
  • Traditional and required behavior of trade unions;
  • Explain industrial relations in other countries;
  • Cooperate, be transparent and share benefits; and
  • Describe roles of trade union leaders and membership roles.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group exercises, and Role plays

Duration

Two days (12th & 13th October 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:38
 

Roles & Responsibilities of Office Assistant for Higher Labour Productivity - Government

Type

Training Workshop

For Whom

Office Assistants

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain objectives of establishing Office Employees’ Service.(OES)
  • Identify basic information of the Office Employees’ Service.
  • Explain the basics of public accounting system.
  • Describe organizational chat/system of government institutions and cord of Ethics.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group exercises, Case studies

Duration

Two days (26th & 27th October 2017)

Medium

Sinhala

Fee

Rs. 6000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:39
 

Collective Bargaining and Negotiating Agreements

Type

Training

For Whom

Prospective parties for collective bargaining

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the importance and legal framework of collective bargaining;
  • Describe the bargaining strategies and delineate the process involved in collective bargaining;
  • List the knowledge, skills & conditions necessary for collective bargaining; and
  • Be productively involved in collective bargaining.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Case studies, Role plays

Duration

-

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 6000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 06:41
 

One Day Programmes

Provisions in the Shop and Office Act

Type

Training / Seminar

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, and Trade Unionists

Objectives

At the end of the seminar, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the main purpose of the Shop and Office Act;
  • Describe the main provisions of the Shop and Office Act and applicability; and
  • Explain the types of records to be maintained by the employers.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Case studies

Duration

One Day (15 March 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 3,000/= (Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 07:37
 

Roles & Responsibilities of Office Assistant for Higher Labour Productivity - Statutory

Type

Training Seminar

For Whom

Office Assistants

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain objectives of establishing Office Employees’ Service.(OES)
  • Identify basic information of the Office Employees’ Service.
  • Explain the basics of public accounting system.
  • Describe Organizational Chart/system of government institutions and cord Code of Ethics.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group exercises, Case studies

Duration

One day (16 May 2017)

Medium

Sinhala

Fee

Rs. 3000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments include)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 07:38
 

Effective implementation of Industrial laws in Turbulent Economic Environment

Type

Workshop

For Whom

HR Managers, Administrators, Trade Unionists, Supervisors, Government officials handling labour matters

Objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Analyze the nature of the global turbulent economy and its impact on Sri Lankan economy
  • Explain how an organization implements industrial laws effectively
  • Explain the benefits of effective implementation of industrial law
  • Explain how the workforce could be motivated and enhance productivity in an organization by fully complying with the industrial law

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Role play, Group work

Duration

One Day (20 June 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 3000/= (Lunch & refreshments included)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 07:38
 

Introduction to Employee Social Security System in Sri Lanka

Type

Seminar

For Whom

HR Managers, Executives, and Trade Unionists

Objectives

At the end of the Seminar, Participants should be able to:

  • Describe the purpose of a social security system and the historical background;
  • Explain present employee social security system in Sri Lanka and the benefits to employees; and
  • Describe legal provisions, employer obligations related to social security of employees.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Case Studies

Duration

One Day (15th August 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 3,000/= (Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 07:39
 

Roles & Responsibilities of Office Assistant for Higher Labour Productivity - Government

Type

training Workshop

For Whom

Office Assistants

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain objectives of establishing Office Employees’ Service.(OES)
  • Identify basic information of the Office Employees’ Service.
  • Explain the basics of public accounting system.
  • Describe organizational chart/system of government institutions and cord of Ethics.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Case studies

Duration

One Day (22nd September 2017)

Medium

Sinhala

Fee

Rs. 3000/=(Certification, Training aids,  Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 07:39
 

Special Conditions for Employment of Women, Young Persons & Children, Disabled and Foreigners

Type

Training Workshop

For Whom

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Foreman, and Trade Unionists

Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Explain national and international labour laws;
  • Conventions and regulations with special provisions for employment of women and children;
  • Explain children's rights and elders responsibility;
  • Describe ILO standards to ensure rights of women and children; and
  • Explain gender concept and the need for gender mainstreaming.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Group Exercises, Case Studies

Duration

One Day (27th October 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 3,000/= (Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 07:40
 

International Labour Standards (ILS)

Type

Seminar

For Whom

Directors, Managers, Administrators, Trade Unionists, Government Officials/Policy makers

Objectives

At the end of the seminar, participants should be able to:

  • Explain relevant provisions of conventions of the International Labour Organization  (ILO);
  • Explain monitoring mechanisms and complain procedure;
  • Describe the relevant international labour standards(ILS);
  • Describe the relationship between international trade concessions and ILS; and
  • Explan other factors inhibiting export business.

Methodology

Lectures, Discussions, Case studies

Duration

One Day (31st October 2017)

Medium

Sinhala / English

Fee

Rs. 3000/= (Lunch & refreshments included.)

How to Apply

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 07:41
 



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