Labour Relations N6 Past Papers, Study Guides and Notes pdf download

Find Labour Relations N6 previous exam question papers, with memorandums for answers (2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, and more), prescribed textbooks, and study guides. Most of the resources are in pdf format for easy download.

Labour Relations N6 is a subject which is learned at the TVET Colleges and similar educational institutions. This is part of NATED (National Accredited Technical Education Diploma) courses. Labour Relations N6 module aims to provide students with theoretical knowledge and attitudes as well as general and specific skills in labour relations applicable to the workplace:

  • To orient students positively to the instructional offering and the place it holds in the instructional programme.
  • To equip students, in a structured manner, with knowledge of the legal terminology and relevant communication skills for application in written and verbal communication in the instructional programme and in practice.
  • To equip students with knowledge of key aspects of labour relations in South Africa.
  • To equip students with knowledge of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act to enable them to evaluate the value of such legislation.
  • To equip students with knowledge of specific aspects of the Labour Relations Act to enable the student to apply the knowledge in practice.

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List of Labour Relations N6 Previous Question Papers

In this section, you will find Labour Relations N6 previous exam question papers with memos, dating from 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 and more. Where applicable, paper 1 and paper 2 are included.

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N6 Labour Relations November 2019 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations November 2020

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N6 Labour Relations November 2020 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations June 2021 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations June2014

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N6 Labour Relations Nov 2013

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N6 Labour Relations Nov 2013 Marking Guideline

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N6 Labour Relations Nov 2014

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N6 Labour Relations November 2016

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N6 Labour Relations November 2016 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations November 2018

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N6 Labour Relations November 2018 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations November 2019

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge November 2020

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge November 2020 Nasienriglyn

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N6 Labour Relations June 2013

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N6 Labour Relations June 2016

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N6 Labour Relations June 2016 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations June 2018

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N6 Labour Relations June 2018 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations June 2019

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N6 Labour Relations June 2019 Memorandum

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N6 Labour Relations June 2021

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge Junie 2018

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge Junie 2018 Nasienriglyn

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge Junie 2019

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge Junie 2019 Nasienriglyn

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge Junie 2021

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge Junie 2021 Nasienriglyn

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge November 2018

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge November 2018 Nasienriglyn

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge November 2019

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N6 Arbeidsverhoudinge November 2019 Nasienriglyn

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Labour Relations N6 Study Guide and Learning Material

Although no specific resources are prescribed, it is recommended that a text book that covers the whole syllabus should be used.

It is also important that study material must adhere to the prescribed syllabus and not be interpreted either too narrowly or too widely.

Resources can include, but are not limited to:

  • A textbook consisting of the theory plus practical assignments to guide the student in the various ways in which questions can be asked (for example, direct questions,
  • Case studies, discussion questions, multiple-choice, true/false questions)
  • Sources from the Internet
  • DVDs
  • Previous examination papers

Lecture Notes and Guide

How to pass Labour Relations N6?

For you to pass Labour Relations N6, you will need good marks for Internal Evaluation, Theoratical Components,, Practical Component, and total Semester Marks:

  1. Internal evaluation – A semester mark out of 100 is compiled from marks obtained for internal theoretical assessments as well as practical components. A minimum of 40 % is required.
  2. Theoretical component – The continuous evaluation takes the form of class, module and semester tests. The weighted average of these theory marks is calculated to a mark out of 70 for the contribution of the theoretical components to the semester (predicate) mark. Short class tests (formative assessments) contribute 20% towards the theoretical component and a minimum of at least THREE such tests should be written. Two more summative assessments should be written and should comprise of a higher volume of work. The two summative assessments contribute in total 50 % towards the theoretical component. Semester tests should cover progressively a higher volume of work.
  3. Practical component – The students must do as many as possible of the practical components as included in the syllabus. Note must be taken that the one practical component in Module 6 is compulsory. Group work is strongly advised to evaluate the student’s attitude towards simulated employers, fellow students and other employees, conscientiousness, interest in work and punctuality. The average of these practical marks is calculated to a mark out of 30 for the contribution of the practical component to the semester mark.
  4. Semester marks – A semester mark of at least 40% must be obtained before a candidate will be allowed to sit for the examination. The semester mark out of 100 is calculated and compiled from the theoretical and practical marks of the internal evaluation added together on a 70:30 basis. The semester mark counts 40% and the examination mark 60% of the final promotion mark. The semester mark out of 100 must be submitted on the prescribed form before or on the prescribed date to the relevant examining body. All evidence of evaluation must be kept by lecturers for moderation purposes.

More tips

Do you want to pass Labour Relations N6 with great marks? It is given that passing with great marks gives you exposure to more career options, and makes you more appealing to the employers.

  1. Understand the syllabus and the key learning points required for Labour Relations N6
  2. Gather and collect notes and studyguides from lectures and subject expects
  3. Practice answering previous exam papers for Labour Relations N6
  4. Watch available YouTube videos presented by Labour Relations N6 lecturers out there
  5. Consult your Labour Relations N6 in the college campus and ask them to help you tricky sections from the syllabus

Labour Relations N6 Topics

Part 1: The labour relations system

  • How external and internal inputs link to the conversion
  • How outputs link to the conversion
  • How an output becomes a new input
  • Structures, in-company procedures and processes used to solve labour-related conflict
  • Substantive and procedural agreements

Part 2: Handling conflict7

  • Definition of conflict
  • Distinguishing between personal conflict and conflict in the workplace
  • Causes of conflict in the workplace
  • Conflict indicators in the workplace
  • Importance of solving conflict in the workplace
  • Conflict handling methods

Part 3: Collective bargaining

  • Definition of collective bargaining
  • Functions and objectives of bargaining
  • Context in which collective bargaining takes place
  • Types of bargaining
  • Difference between centralised and decentralised bargaining
  • Recognition of a trade union prior to shop floor bargaining
  • Factors an employer takes into account before recognising a trade union
  • Outcomes of collective bargaining
  • Bargaining councils

Part 4: Disputes and dispute resolution

  • Definition of a dispute23: Types of disputes
  • Aim of dispute resolution
  • Methods of dispute resolution
  • Defining dispute resolution methods
  • Role of negotiator, mediator and arbitrator
  • Institutions for dispute resolution

Part 5: Industrial action

  • Stikes
  • Picketing
  • Go-slow
  • Product boycott
  • Lock-out

Part 6: Communication, structures and procedures

  • The role of communication in workplace labour relations
  • Structures to ensure effective workplace communication
  • Grievances
  • Retrenchments
  • Discipline

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