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This 10 week course will teach participants working in industrial relations or human resource management how to plan successful appearances and will develop quality advocacy skills.
It is predominantly a skills-based course, providing participants with the opportunity to experience real life situations and better build on their skills in presenting in Tribunals.
No pre-reading is required.
UTS Business School runs this course supported by the Industrial Relations Society of NSW and the Fair Work Commission. The course offers moots in multiple jurisdictions with presented before tribunal members.
By the end of this course participants will:
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UTS is undertaking a number of social distancing initiatives, informed by NSW Health advice, to help reduce social interactions in support of the government’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. As part of this response, we are postponing the presentation of this module to a later date in 2020.
Bookings are still being accepted. We will contact all learners with the revised date as soon as it has been confirmed. Should you be unable to attend the revised date, you may transfer your enrolment or request a full refund. If you have any questions in the interim, please do not hesitate to email Bronwyn Edds at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is suitable for:
Practicing mainly in the areas of employment law, industrial law, discrimination, and occupational health and safety law.
Anthony was awarded a Lionel Murphy Scholarship in 1988 and 1989. Anthony was admitted as a Solicitor in 1988 and from 1991 worked both in private practice and for two large employer groups. Anthony has since 1989 lectured in industrial law.
Anthony has appeared for employers in major industrial relations test cases before the Federal and NSW Industrial Commissions including the Pay Equity Inquiry, the Secure Employment Test Case in NSW and other major industrial cases.
Anthony has also acted for both employers and employees in unfair dismissal matters, unfair contract matters, underpayment matters and prosecutions in both the State and Federal jurisdiction.
Anthony (Tony) Howell is a Barrister at HB Higgins Chambers, Sydney, practicing in the areas of employment/workplace relations law, work health and safety law, discrimination law, administrative law, and superannuation (death and disablement claims). He was called to the Bar in early 2012. Prior to that Tony spent 10 years as a solicitor practicing in employment/workplace relations law and discrimination law, initially in private practice acting principally for public sector unions and their members, and then as In-House Counsel to the Police Association of New South Wales. Over that time Tony has appeared or instructed in a diverse range of proceedings before:
Before commencing practice Tony worked in the Chambers of the Hon Michael Walton, former President of the Industrial Relations Commission (then Vice-President), the Hon. Lance Wright former President of the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW, and the Hon. Leonne Glynn.
Associate Professor Sarah Kaine lectures in Human Resource Management and Employment Relations in the UTS Business School and is a member of the Centre for Business and Social Innovation management committee.
Her research focuses on several broad themes:
Specifically, Sarah is interested in innovation in employment relations and regulation– beyond the bounds of traditional labour law, Corporate Social Responsibility and its link to industrial relations and the role of leadership in promoting ethical innovation in the management of work.
Prior to becoming an academic Sarah worked as an industrial relations practitioner and a consultant to not-for-profit organisations.
Fair Work Commission, 80 William Street, East Sydney (Week 1 -5,7-10 )
NSW Industrial Relations Commission at Level 10, 10 Smith Street, Parramatta (Week 6 only)
Week one will be catered. If you have any dietary requirements, please email email@example.com
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