Public Sector eLearning
Public Sector Employee Relations offers the opportunity for employee relations and human resources professionals to accelerate their knowledge and understanding of employee relations in the NSW public sector through the completion of our eLearning program.
Participants can seek to have their eLearning formally recognised through attainment of verified digital credentials that can be shared digitally.
Earn your Digital Credential
To be eligible for a digital credential for the eLearning below, simply complete:
- The modules and assessments for each main area of learning
- The form at the end of each assessment
1. Public Sector Employee Relations Fundamentals (Earn digital badge upon completion of Modules 1-3).
2. Public Sector Advocacy Skills (Earn digital badge upon completion of Modules 4-5).
Public Sector Employee Relations Fundamentals
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1. Industrial Relations in the NSW Public Sector
Gain understanding of the industrial relations framework in the NSW public sector and the types of industrial instruments that govern employment conditions of public sector employees.
2. Sources of Employment Conditions
Be introduced to the different sources that can determine employment conditions of NSW government sector employees and the types of conditions and entitlements that can be determined.
3. Navigating the State and National Industrial Relations Systems
Understand and identify the differences between the state and national systems, their functions, the types of enterprise agreements and industrial action that may be taken within those systems.
Public Sector Advocacy Skills
4. Introduction to Advocacy
Learn about the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW and its jurisdiction, as well as your role as an advocate representing clients before the IRC.
5. NSW Industrial Relations Commission Proceedings, Evidence and Witnesses
Understand the process, administrative procedures and stages of proceedings before the NSW Industrial Relations Commission as well as the types of evidence, including witnesses, that can be considered by the IRC in proceedings.