LLA 1610 An introduction to applications

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LLA 1610 An introduction to applications

Welcome to this course

The CCMA Rules have introduced technical aspects to the process of resolving labour disputes. For that reason it is imperative that all persons who represent parties at the CCMA , or who act as conciliators and arbitrators of labour disputes, know and understand these Rules and in particular those relating to applications.

As the title of the course suggest this course is an introduction to the subject. As such you will learn with examples all the technical aspects of applications which apply to every form or type of application.

Course content

  1. Introduction
  2. The meaning of ‘day’
  3. Provisions which apply to all applications
  4. How to make a ruling
  5. Exercising a discretion
  6. Example of an application

How is this course conducted?

The course is presented in one session of some 42 minutes.

Students are required to download the workbook [click here Workbook LLA1610] before beginning the course and to print it out. The workbook will assist you to listen to the video, and thereby retain the information and discussion.

In addition you will have access to examples of an application Example of Application and to the CCMA Rules themselves.CCMA Rules

Other courses in this programme

LLA 1620 Condonation applications

LLA 1630 Rescission and variation applications

LLA 1640 Joinder applications

LLA 1650 Substitution applications

LLA 1650 Recusal applications

LLA 1660 Subpoena applications

LLA 1670 Applications for legal representation

LLA 1680 Jurisdiction: no employment relationship

 

 

 

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What Will You Learn?

  •  Understand what an application is
  •  How to refer to the parties in the process
  •  Know the meaning of the word ‘day’ and its application in the process
  •  Explain the application process
  •  List the types of applications which could be made in terms of the CCMA Rules and common law
  •  Understand how an application is made
  •  Explain how and why an application must be served and filed
  •  Make a ruling on an application
  •  Know what an Notice of application needs to consist of
  •  Know how an affidavit is drafted
  •  How to respond or oppose an application
  •  The discretion an arbitrator has when making a ruling.

Course Content

LLA 1610 An introduction to applications
This course introduces you to applications made at the CCMA or bargaining councils by discussing the aspects which apply to all applications

  • An introduction to applications
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