Employee Benefits Academy launched

A new Employee Benefits Academy has been created, a new joint venture between Employee Benefits magazine and Total Reward Academy.

The Employee Benefits Academy will provide expert, practical training in benefits and compensation management.

It will offer a series of one-day courses, designed to develop specific skills and capabilities.

Courses can be selected separately or added together to form comprehensive five-day programmes in either the core skills of compensation management or benefits management. 

The training has been designed by practitioners and is delivered face-to-face. 

Our tutors are some of the most respected reward practitioners in the market, each with proven track records in compensation and benefits plan management.

Who would benefit from these courses?

  • Reward analysts or benefits managers looking to deepen expertise and hone professional skills.
  • HR generalist seeking to enhance reward knowledge.
  • Compensation and benefits practitioners seeking to strengthen core skills.

One-day compensation courses cover:

  • Using salary surveys.
  • Analysing, interpreting and presenting pay data.
  • Job analysis and job evaluation.
  • Setting pay and progression systems.
  • Planning and managing salary budgets.

One-day benefits courses cover:

  • Benefit plans – design and financing.
  • Pension plans – design and financing.
  • Benefits communication and strategy.
  • International benefits.
  • Employee share plans.

The courses are based in central London and are repeated five times each calendar year. The cost is £2,250 for the five-day programme or £535 for a one-day module, exclusive of VAT.

In addition, we offer bespoke in-house training courses nationwide for teams of six or more.

For more information, please contact Kirsty MacInnes on 01732 780777 or [email protected]

Visit the Employee Benefits Academy website


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