Human Resource Management
Do you enjoy working with people? What are the duties of personnel management in business? How can motivating staff help your career? This course is ideal for those looking to begin a career in human resources and those already engaged in a role looking to develop their existing skills.
This course maps to the CIPD Foundation Certificate in Human Resource Practice, which is a nationally recognised qualification that is awarded by Europe’s largest HR and development professional body.
This course will teach you the most up-to-date HR management principles and the strategies and processes needed for successful management of the workforce. It is specifically designed for adult learners interested in entering a human resources environment or for those already working in HR but wish to develop their skills and knowledge further.
What is CIPD?
CIPD is the world’s largest Chartered HR and development professional body. It has over 130,000 members across 120 countries with 12,000 professionals training in CIPD qualifications each year. CIPD (The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) is the professional body for those involved in the management and development of people.
We will also look to tailor or develop training to suit individual business needs. For full information, a FREE consultation and FREE demo, please contact us.
This course maps to the Level 3 qualification – comparable to studying at A-Level Accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personal Development (CIPD).
Offering a practical approach to HR, this course is ideal for HR practitioners and organisations seeking to improve their ability to manage their staff. It is also a good for foundation students or undergraduates studying an introductory module in HRM.
The total programme comprises six units, with six tutor-marked assignments, delivered over 4 face-to-face workshops. Supplied with a copy of Introduction to Human Resource Management: A Guide to HR in Practice.
You are in control over how much time you commit to your studies each week in the lead up to your tutorial classes.
Key Selling Points:
Maps to the new CIPD standards and certificate outline
Broad coverage means it is also suitable for wider Introduction to HR courses
Follows the logical sequence of the employment cycle
Practical focus balanced with the right amount of theory for introductory level
Increased coverage of customer service skills
More on multicultural workforces, an ageing work population and work flexibility
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Unit 1 – Developing yourself as an effective Human Resource Practitioner
Learn how to deliver timely and effective HR services to meet users’ needs.
Unit 2 – Understanding Organisations and the Role of Human Resources
Learn how HR activities support an Organisation.
Unit 3 – Resourcing Talent
Learn how to effectively manage the hiring process from advertising to decision making.
Unit 4 – Employment law, organisational change and ending the employment relationship
Unit 5 – Recording, Analysing and Using Human Resources Information
Learn how to analyse HR information and present findings to inform decision-making.
Unit 6 – Supporting Good Practice in Performance and Reward Management
Learn how to contribute to effective performance and reward management in the workplace.
Unit 7 – Delivering Learning and Development Activities
Learn how to plan and deliver learning and development programme activity conducive to the working environment.