I have now undertaken the disciplinary procedures course with elearning at work.
This course covers the aims of the disciplinary procedure, penalties including investigations, allegations and suspensions, procedures for carrying out hearings, and appeals.
The course covers the following modules:
Disciplinary Procedure and Confidentiality
Investigations, Allegations and Suspensions
Notification Of A Hearing, The Right To Be Accompanied, And Procedure
Penalties, Their Effects, And Appeals
Holding Disciplinary Hearings And A Case Study
You may be wondering, why I felt the need to do this course. The answer is simply, accountability. This is 2021
Everyone's invited  and a recent Royal College of Nursing Conference  both point to a serious issue with Sexual Harassment
In the case of  some young people were fobbed off, accused of lying or told it was their fault.
The other courses I have undertaken recently . ad , all cite disciplinary procedures as a way to eventually and ultimately solve the issue, so knowing the processes complements these courses.
I attended this on the 17 August, as with previous events, this wss really interesting. Looking at some useful hints on how to strike a good balance and ensuing people look after themselves and others at work. A useful discussion on strategies people can use. I posted a link to the perfectionism video which may be helpful.
Worker mental health is essential and key to being more productive. So another thank you to the Scismic team
No matter how many years you spend in the profession, the first day back after a long break can feel terrifying. In this short course, I’ve shared some simple practical ideas to help you feel more confident about returning to school and to help you manage if things don’t go quite to plan.
Completed this on 7th March 2021. Thank you for making another course free for a week. This is great for my own personal & professional development and shows I am serious about finding ways to improve my skills.