Professionals make decisions every day on behalf of their organizations. A good number of those transactions take place without a full appreciation of the nature and scope of the obligations. In addition, some of the agreements that are drafted following such decisions are either not properly crafted or crafted without fully considering the surround legal environment, thereby resulting in confusion and difficulty in fulfilling the mutual obligations. This course is consequently designed to enhance the professional development of the participants that have no legal background with key legal issues in business processes in understanding the impact of various facets of business law on their transactions. This will be achieved through simplified coverage of relevant elements of contract law, law of torts, consumer protection law, competition law, employment law and law relating to business.
The course is therefore designed to give participants the knowledge, understanding, practical skills and fundamental grounding in the key areas of business law that are important for working in both the corporate and statutory environments of today.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Business owners, marketing managers, business development managers, contract managers, project managers, office managers, purchasing personnel, city/town assembly projects supervisors, subcontractors.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
• Appreciate how the law regulates business behavior;
• Understand the key issues concerning contract formation including offer acceptance and apply this to factual scenarios;
• Comprehend the key terminology used in contracts.
• Grasp and analyse the structure and key provisions of a contract;
• Understand how to use contracts to manage business process and risk;
• Demonstrate a clear understanding of tortious liability principles;
• Analyse the key torts that organizations may be liable for following wrongful acts by their employees;
• Understand the practical impacts of consumer, competition and employment law on your business operations;
• Comprehend the key business organisations (companies and partnerships), how they are structured and regulated.
• Overview of the legal system and sources of business law;
• Fundamental principles of law of contract;
• Elements of a valid contract;
• Terms and conditions of contracts;
• Law of torts and business-related torts;
• Consumer protection regulatory framework;
• Business competition regulatory framework;
• Key aspects of employment law;
• Business structure and organizations.