|1.||Exemplify professional judgement in identifying, deconstructing and solving a broad range of complex problems, creating new strategies and drawing on in-depth specialist knowledge, reflection and evaluation with regards to the framework of industrial relations in Australia;|
|2.||Critically analyse and evaluate the key processes of industrial relations at the workplace level and their relationships to the institutions;|
|3.||Critically discuss, analyse and evaluate the current and emerging industrial relations trends and debate their impact on the parties, processes and rules of Australian industrial relations; and|
|4.||Persuasively advocate their recommendations in both written and oral form to a variety of specialist and non-specialist audiences.|
|Examination||Final exam (2 hours)||50%|
Employment Relations: Theory and Practice,
Bray, M, Waring, P & Cooper, R 2011,
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