Key course information
Business, Finance and Management
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HR Professionals in this role are typically either, looking to work, or are working in an HR Advisor or Administrative role in a medium to large organisation as part of the HR function delivering front line support to managers and employees, or possibly an HR Manager in a small organisation.Your work is likely to include handling day to day queries and providing HR advice; working on a range of HR processes, from recruitment through to retirement; using HR systems to keep records; providing relevant HR information to the business; working with the business on HR changes. You will typically be taking ownership for providing advice to managers on a wide range of HR issues, using company policy and current law, giving basic guidance that is advisory and compliant.
What will I learn?
Effective learning is an individual experience and we will apply a range of techniques to help you get the most from the course. In a group environment you will experience theory, concepts and best practice principles and look to apply them to workplace situations and scenarios. The group can become a learning network to help you develop or take on greater levels of responsibility.
The course is designed over 8 modules, the overall aim is to provide a broad range of knowledge and practical skills on which to contribute to people management policies, procedures and professional practices in your organisation.
• Developing yourself as an Effective Human Resources Practitioner
• Understanding Organisations and the Role of Human Resources
• Recording, Analysing and Using Human Resources Information
• Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employment Relations
• Delivering Learning and Development Activities
• Resourcing Talent
• Supporting Change within Organisations
• Supporting Good Practice in Performance and Reward Management
- A good standard of written English will support assessment writing at this level.
- It will also be desirable for you to have HR experience.
Study, Assessment and Qualifications
Students are required to pass one assignment per unit. The format of assessment may also include reports observed to role plays and reflective statements – your tutor will guide you and show you exactly what is required. All assignments are relevant to the workplace, so you may find yourself conducting an appraisal meeting, or carrying out a panel recruitment interview or delivering a training session.
The course will require additional personal study to gain a wider appreciation of the topics. You should assume that the classroom hours each week are matched by at least an equivalent amount of your own time in researching related material and writing assignments.
Additional Costs and Information
You will also need to join the CIPD as a student member. Please check current details and prices at the time of enrolment.
Students who are already CIPD members do not have to pay any registration or subscription fees to the CIPD. However, those joining the CIPD for the first time, pay a fee for the year. This is made up of a first-time registration fee and a subscription fee - for current prices candidates should contact the CIPD direct and arrange to pay their fees directly to them once the programme has started.
If you are keen to enrolling and would like more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Wiltshire College at CIPD@wiltshire.ac.uk and we will be happy to help with your enquiry
We need to make sure that this course is right for you. During enrolment, if we feel that we need to discuss your application further, we will contact you for an email, telephone or face to face interview.
What Could I Do Next?
On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses
- Intermediate Diploma in Human Resource Management Level 5 - Foundation Degree (FdA) Business and Management Practice (full-time)