The Centre for Extended Legal Studies (CELS) in the School of Law, UKZN, invites applications from candidates wishing to pursue a Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Relations.
This Diploma offers an NQF level 8 qualification and is endorsed by the Labour Relations Industry, which comprises the Bargaining Councils and the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA). It equips students with labour dispute resolution skills and serves as an advantage should they wish to become Bargaining Council Panellists or CCMA Commissioners.
|Module||Semester / Year|
|LAWS6CL Contemporary Issues in Labour Law 16C||First semester|
|LAWS6LL Individual Labour Law 16C||First semester|
|LAWS6CE Collective Employment Law 16C||First semester|
|LAWS6LP Principles of Legal Practice 16C||First semester|
|LAWS6CM Management of Conflict 16C||Second semester|
|LAWS6DR Labour Dispute Resolution 16C||Second semester|
|LAWS6PA Procedural Labour Law A 16C||Second semester|
|LAWS6PB Procedural Labour Law B 16C||Second semester|
|Module||Semester / Year|
|LAWS6CL Contemporary Issues in Labour Law 16C||First semester (Year 1)|
|LAWS6LL Individual Labour Law 16C||First semester (Year 1)|
|LAWS6CE Collective Employment Law 16C||Second semester (Year 1)|
|LAWS6LP Principles of Legal Practice 16C||Second semester (Year 1)|
|LAWS6CM Management of Conflict 16C||First semester (Year 2)|
|LAWS6DR Labour Dispute Resolution 16C||First semester (Year 2)|
|LAWS6PA Procedural Labour Law A 16C||Second semester (Year 2)|
|LAWS6PB Procedural Labour Law B 16C||Second semester (Year 2)|
Apply online here an application fee of R250-00 is payable. Your application must be accompanied by a 1-page letter of motivation, indicating why you are interested in this programme and whether your studies will be self-funded or paid for by a sponsor or bursary. Please also indicate in your letter of motivation whether you wish to study full-time or part-time and, if you wish to study full-time, your letter of motivation must indicate clearly that you will have sufficient time available for this purpose.The following documents must be uploaded with your application:
Kindly note that applications submitted with incomplete information/documentation and/or without the correct application fee cannot be considered and may result in the application being summarily declined. Please ensure that you have all necessary documents before you start the application process.
Please email any queries or requests for assistance to the Programme Administrator, Ms Kishalia Ruthnam, at RuthnamK@ukzn.ac.za
PLEASE NOTE: The PDIR programme is a Self-funded Teaching Programme and, as such, students are not eligible for NSFAS funding, financial concessions, or university residence. Students will be required to obtain financial clearance each year before registration. This will require the settlement IN FULL of any outstanding fees (an AOD will not suffice).