Nwu Short Courses in Law

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The Continuing Education Unit (UCE) is responsible for the management and coordination of continuing education (CE) courses at the University and is designed to have a positive academic impact that benefits society, students and the University. All of these courses have been approved by the NWU Institutional Committee on Academic Standards. Courses are offered to lawyers, law applicants, social workers, paralegals and students. Continuing education provides skills in the form of short courses, short-term learning programmes, seminars and workshops. These short courses contribute to improving the employability of individuals. Project management, basic financial skills, emotional intelligence, human resources, teaching English as a foreign language and others offer opportunities to enter a variety of industries. Continuing education expands the individual`s expertise and, if well prepared, can help unlock potential. Short courses are not only an educational opportunity for unqualified and unpaid individuals; It offers opportunities to all those who want to evolve in different aspects of life. The duration of these short courses varies from a few days to 10 months, and during this time, individuals gain leadership, management and interpersonal skills that inspire career advancement.

These courses are designed to achieve professional and personal growth. Examples of these courses include computer skills, conflict and stress management, emotional intelligence, mentoring and coaching; These topics are not only useful in the workplace, but also make it easier to keep track of progressive and changing topics. A solid understanding of accounting gained in a short accounting course or a small business management course can be very helpful in managing your own finances, especially if you are working to start your own business. Short Course on Community Engagement and Access to Justice At the end of the module, learners must demonstrate in practice a solid knowledge base on office administration, records management and the management process in the context of a classroom situation. The ability to develop appropriate legal research skills and use them for practical exercises, etc., and to independently validate sources of environmental law and management, as well as to analyze and summarize information and evaluate, manage, implement and apply information or research findings. Short Employment Law Apprenticeship Program for Lawyers The Legal Clinic offers a variety of short-term apprenticeship programs aimed at developing the practical skills needed in the legal profession. Active acquisition of all relevant legal and policy texts in order to identify the necessary and relevant rules and requirements to solve environmental law and management issues. We prefer internal training on dates that suit your company.

Registration forms available upon request. An understanding of how the range of key terminologies, concepts, facts, principles, rules and requirements of framework and sectoral environmental laws relate to other areas of environmental law and management; and. The ability to identify, analyze, critically reflect, evaluate and address integrated and complex real-world and scenario-based environmental law issues, and to apply evidence-based, theory-based and practice-appropriate solutions. At the end of the module, learners must demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of prescription law. By the end of this module, the learner should be able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge and understanding of the general rules of office administration and management. Brief tutorial on consumer protection law for paralegals. The ability to properly select, assess and apply a range of different but appropriate comprehensive environmental and legal rules, requirements and methods to address environmental law and management issues. By the end of this module, the learner should have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the key basic principles of labour law. A short tutorial on the legal aspects of governance and compliance. A short tutorial on basic legal training for administrative staff.

By the end of this module, the learner should be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the basic principles of desktop management, file management, and the management process. By the end of this module, the learner should be able to demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of the Rental Housing Act, the Extension of Property Security Act and the Prevention of Unlawful Evictions and Illegal Land Occupation Act. An understanding of controversial knowledge (e.g. critical reflections on policy and legislative changes) in the field of environmental law and the ability to critically assess the above principles and knowledge and apply them to problems in the field of environmental law and management. Ms. Lizelle Du Pisani Contact Number: +27 (0) 18 297 5341 E-mail: Lizelle.DuPisani@nwu.ac.za. Integrated knowledge and understanding, as well as the ability to properly assess and apply key terminologies, concepts, facts, principles and rules contained in and related to environmental law; and a short-term induction program for paralegals (Phase 1). Proven ability to use provided environmental law sources to extract, analyse, summarize and/or apply relevant information, e.g. to solve problems in practical exercises.

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