Diploma in Human Resources Management

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Course Specifics

Awarding body:
CIPD
Level:
Level 5
Attendance:
Part-Time
Duration:
1 year
Availability:
Part-time only
Higher education course fee:
Available upon request - Please call us on 01246500500 ext 2102.
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Course overview

This course will broaden your perspective of the organisational issues facing HR professionals, as well as helping you to develop your human resources management knowledge and skills. You will also cover units including reward management, employee engagement and contemporary development in human resources.

Modules on this course include:

  • Managing & Coordinating the Human Resources Function
  • Reward Management
  • Employee Engagement
  • Organisation Development: Implications for Human Resources
  • Contemporary Developments in Human Resource Development

Entry requirements:

Level 3 qualification (or higher) in a business related subject

Methods of assessment

Methods of assessment:

  • Written assignments
  • Presentations
  • Case studies

Who is this course for?

This course provides an industry-recognised qualification for those wanting to develop a career in HR management or further an existing career in the sector. This diploma can be studied part-time over one year. You will be required to attend college lectures and seminars for 6 hours per week (usually in the evenings). You will also need to dedicate some time to self-study and research.

Entry qualifications

Entry requirements:

Level 3 qualification (or higher) in a business related subject

What other experience will I gain?

Our tutors have years of industry experience which will be of great benefit to you when putting your skills into practice in a work setting.

Where will this lead?

Successful completion of the Level 5 diploma will allow you to progress to management based roles in the HR sector. You could also choose to extend your studied by progressing to a Level 7 diploma or ‘top-up’ business degree.

What are my career options?
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