Human-Resource-Management

Human Resource Management HRM course

£370.00

Work in human resources. There are HR jobs right across the range of sectors as companies have come to realise the value of the resource and the techniques it employs. You would be able to apply for jobs such as HR Officer or Personnel Administrator or Human Resources Officer, and potentially earn £30,000+*pa.

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The people resource is the most important part of an organisation – but this has not always been accepted and evident and is still not the norm in some businesses. Research and evidence has now shown some of the links between good management, motivation and treatment of staff and productivity and progressive organisations observe these principles – and reap the benefit.

HRM is a discipline which focuses on this element of the business mix and applies techniques and procedures and models to ensure that staff are developed and utilised to the maximum in a nurturing and conducive environment.

These are principles which can be applied not only by those in HR but throughout the management of the organisation to achieve a harmonious and productive operation.

Subjects covered in this course include; human resource planning, recruitment, selection and retention, management of performance and absence, discipline and grievance.

What are my options after the course?

Work in human resources. There are HR jobs right across the range of sectors as companies have come to realise the value of the resource and the techniques it employs. You would be able to apply for jobs such as HR Officer or Personnel Administrator or Human Resources Officer, and potentially earn £30,000+*pa.

Get a promotion. Those already working in this area might qualify for a promotion or a pay increase after completing this course.

Start your own business. You might even want to start a business of your own in, for example, recruitment or consultancy.

*Source: Payscale.com, Dec 2012.

 

 

Unit 1 Development of Human Resource Management

Evolution of HRM, role and responsibilities, ambiguity and criticisms
Unit 2 Corporate and HR Strategy

Fit between HRM and wider business strategy, organisational structures, organisational culture corporate social responsibility
Unit 3 The Employment Environment

Human resource planning, changing labour market conditions, flexibility at work, role of trade unions
Unit 4 Employee Recruitment and Selection

Determining requirements, sourcing job candidates, selection procedures
Unit 5 Integrating New Employees

Contract of employment, employee induction
Unit 6 Managing Performance

Performance management techniques, reward reviews
Unit 7 Managing Absence and Retention

Absence management techniques, strategies to reduce labour turnover
Unit 8 Employee Grievance, Discipline and Dismissal

Grievance and discipline procedures, the dismissal process

On completion of your course, you will receive the dual award:

Award 1 is Human Resource Management (HRM) Diploma

Award 2 is Level 4 Human Resource Management (HRM) Award
At the end of this course successful learners will also receive a Level 4 NCFE Award Certificate of Achievement. Our course has been accredited under our NCFE IIQ Licence and the course measurable learning outcomes have been benchmarked at Level 4 (using Ofqual’s Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) level descriptors) to allow you to consider the depth of study, difficulty, and level of achievement involved.

What Are Your Study Options?

We aim to provide flexible, convenient arrangements for our students, so you can study through two methods:
Traditional paper-based;
Online study provides quick access to course material and enables you to submit question papers to your tutor, and receive feedback and results, through your personal online student account. The online system also gives access to course material instantly.
Study Hours
We can only approximate the time it takes to complete a course at it will largely depend on your speed of learning and assimilation plus how often and how much time you can dedicate to study. You also need to complete a question paper after each lesson and these normally will take 1 – 2 hours.
The approximate amount of time required to complete the course is: 120 hours.

Learner Support And Assessments

This course provides unlimited access to your a personal tutor who will be a specialist in the field you are studying. Their role is to make sure you get appropriate and constructive feedback and to answer your questions and provide guidance on areas you are not sure about. You can contact them by phone, email or fax.
We also have a team of course advisors and administrators who will give you friendly and relevant advice on issues relating to your course and study. We will always try to make you feel like you’re not by yourself and that someone will help you if you get into difficulties with anything.

Assessment Method
There are question papers set after each session; these have to be completed and sent to your tutor to mark. Continuous assessment like this means that your progress is monitored regularly and that any problems or difficulties are identified and addressed as early as possible.