Over the years employers of migrants have faced an ever-increasing battery of penalties for failing to carry out right to work checks and other duties outsourced to them by the Home Office. Possible consequences include fines, closure of businesses and even criminal prosecution.
With this in mind, this short course will take you through the two key areas where employers will most often need help and advice: the prevention of illegal working system and Tier 2 sponsorship duties. It is designed for immigration representatives who are new to this area and would like to get a handle on the basics.
The course is only available to paying members of Free Movement. If you are not already a member, you can join here and access not just this course but all of our courses. Membership starts from £20 per month and you can cancel at any time.
You can check out the course contents below:
|Module 1||Illegal working|
|Unit 2||Prevention of illegal working legislation|
|Unit 3||Right to work checks|
|Unit 4||Manual right to work checks|
|Unit 5||Online checks and temporary coronavirus procedure|
|Module 2||Sponsor licence duties|
|Unit 1||Importance of sponsor duties|
|Unit 2||Compliance duties|
|Unit 3||Reporting duties|
|Unit 4||Recordkeeping duties|
|Unit 5||Final quiz|
|Unit 6||Feedback form|
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