Information on the sector, role, training and career 18 8. Apprenticeship programmes, therefore, should be carefully planned to ensure coverage of these areas within the first few months. I would need to put my request in writing, by letter or email, and send it to the manager. Statutory rights and responsibilities 3 1. Race Relations Act 1976 To protect against racial preferences. If you do not follow these laws you and your employer may end up in serious trouble.
If you cross the box this will prevent the learner or person from accessing paid for resources. Once the learner has been approved by the provider they may access and download resources paid for by the provider. Equal Pay Act So that men and woman doing the same job role within a company are on the same rates of pay. The learner will receive notification of the outcome of their submission. Therefore knowing about the law will protect your personal safety, your job and your employers business. The type of support required is indicated in the above table.
Grievance - Following the procedure correctly which would be to either verbally speak to the manager or put it in writing to the manager. Statutory rights are legal rights based on laws passed by Parliament. The Employment Law Relations Act 1999 Employers have to recognise trade unions The working Time Directive 1999 The maximum working week hours are 48 hours unless you opt out and agree to work longer hours if you wish to do so. If you tick the approved box learners will be able to access certain resources that you have purchased. You will receive an automated email when a learner requests to link with you as their provider. If you need help with any of the following questions speak to your manager or assessor for guidance. If you know about these laws that relate to you as an employee, you will be confident in the work you are doing, but if something did go wrong, you know what to do and who to speak to.
We strongly recommend downloading the latest version of Adobe in order to access the full functionality of the workbook and avoid any issues. It may be, for example, that the provider will be responsible for delivering aspects. The basic rights and protections. One of the key changes is that it extends the protected characteristics to encompass: age disability gender reassignment marriage and civil partnership pregnancy and maternity race religion or belief sex Sexual orientation. Understand how own role fits within the wider context of the sector 3. The Data Protection Act gives individuals the right to know what information is held about them, including on computer and written information.
The Equality Act 2010 This is the most significant piece of equality legislation to be introduced for many years. Sex Discrimination Act To protect against sex discrimination, in either promotion, job advertising and training and development opportunities. Conflict Management Anti-discriminatory practice - Employees are legally protected against discrimination with regard to race, gender, age, disability, religion and religious belief and sexual orientation throughout their period of employment which they have made the decision to adopt a formal equal opportunities policy. There are some workers who are not entitled to certain statutory rights Unless the employee is in the group of workers who are excluded, the employee will have the. It is there to strengthen protection, advance equality and simplify the law. They also protect consumers and service users, except in the case of age discrimination. Breaches of the policy will lead to disciplinary proceedings and if appropriate, disciplinary action.
As part of this process, we've been asked by the Agency to include letters that demonstrate industry recognition of these qualifications. Task 2 You can get advice about employment rights and responsibilities from Adviceguide. Please contact Cassie Hannah on 020 7091 9627 to discuss purchasing a licence for your centre. You should ensure that all learners seeking to undertake any of these qualifications are registered before they expire for learner registration on 31 August 2015. Health and safety 5 1.
Those downloading the workbook should ensure they have at least Adobe version X. We are pleased to announce that, in addition to the card payment method available directly through the site, you can now pay by invoice. Read this information on the Working Time Directive Working Time The Working Time Regulations 1998 came into force in October 1998. Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work 1. Sources of information and advice 12 3. It is free of cost to register for the e-learning portal and you will be able to access useful materials and resources for your apprenticeship both free and at cost.
The Data Protection Act gives me the right to apply for a copy of my personal information. Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer 2. Bv To agree ways of working with my employer in relation to the following areas which are: Data Protection. You can therefore purchase multiple credits and these will be stored until your learner downloads a copy of the Instructus Skills workbook and a credit will be deducted from the balance. . If your centre can help to obtain letters of support for any of these qualifications, please.
We advise the provider registers and sets up their account first. Principles and codes of practice 18 9. Employment rights and responsibilities workbook Task 1 Employment rights act covers A right to an itemised wage statement National minimum wage Your right to have written terms and conditions of working Protects you against unfair dismissal The National minimum wage act 1998 It is part of the European Union law that states we are entitled to minimum wage that increases each year with the cost of living. Procedures and documentation 8 2. Training providers, assessors and learners are all welcome to register for the e-learning portal.
Although not formally assessed or separately certificated, evidence of completion, signed by the provider, employer and apprentice must be provided in order to obtain an apprenticeship completion certificate. This involves knowing about the laws relating to you and your employers responsibilities and rights in the work place. The Regulations applied to junior doctors from 1 August 2004. The learner can resubmit the workbook as many times as required until they pass at no additional cost. To arrange this, please contact Cassie Hannah on 020 7091 9627. Nearly all workers, regardless of the number of hours per week they work have certain legal rights. The Regulations were amended, with effect from 1 August 2003, to extend working time measures in full to all non mobile workers in road, sea, inland waterways and lake transport, to all workers in the railway and offshore sectors, and to all workers in aviation who are not covered by the sectoral Aviation Directive.