Dublin and Belfast Employment Law Programme

DMS Ireland Announces Autumn Employment Law Programme for Dublin and Belfast. 

The continued success of the Employment Law Programme with DMS Ireland has been developed further with an exciting new relaunch in October for those based in the North or South of Ireland (or working across both jurisdictions.

The Award is accredited at Advanced Level by the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development and Lynn Carson, Managing Director of DMS Ireland explains more:  “This is an ideal programme for those working in a HR Management or Advisory role or Business Partner/Director level as it will not only provide a total update of knowledge and latest developments in Employment Law, but to gain CIPD accreditation, candidates will be required to complete a work-based personal report to demonstrate examples from the workplace with evidence as well as make recommendations back to the organisation for continuous improvement.  This will allow candidates to gain professional recognition on the advice they provide on a day to day basis.”

The Award will provide candidates with 15 credits at Advanced Level which will count towards an Advanced Certificate or Diploma at a later stage.

Dublin:  10th and 11th October 2019

Belfast:  October/November 2019 – dates to be confirmed


DMS Ireland will be delivering the Employment Law programme along with our Associates at Pinsent Masons in Belfast and Dublin and to find out more, please contact DMS Ireland on  +44 (0) 28 91470725 or email lyndseysmyth@dmsireland.co.uk  





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