Key course information
Business, Finance and Management
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If you are a practising and aspiring human resource professionals, who is seeking to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding of the human resources function, this is ideal for you! It is designed to provide a practical basis on which to build effective people management strategies across a wider range of HR issues.This course is also relevant if you are a business or operational manager who wishes to specialise in an HR role and already holds experience and knowledge of Human Resource Management in the workplace. It will support your development should you already be in an existing HR role, if you are aiming to progress to a management position in this area, or if you have studied at foundation level 3. An analytical level of thinking is required along with well-written work.
What will I learn?
You will be able to progress your knowledge and skills from an HR supporting role, into an HR Management role, with some operational and strategic planning responsibility, which will then support the strategic direction of the organisation.
You should experience theory, concepts and best practice principles and be able to apply them to workplace situations and scenarios.
There are 8 modules:
- Developing Professional Practice
- Business issues and the context of human resources
- Using information in human resources
- Managing and co-ordinating the human resources function
- Employee engagement
- Implementing Coaching and mentoring within organisations
- Resourcing and Talent Planning
- Employment Law
Candidates will have a good level of education to include English language, verbal and written skills, along with ICT skills such as Microsoft Office. Ideally, you will have studied Human Resources at Level 3, or good experience in a Human Resources role, or studied a related topic at degree level.
Study, Assessment and Qualifications
Though the course is demanding and challenging, it is very achievable. Excellent attendance is essential to maintain the learning momentum and submit assignments on time.
There are no examinations, but there are assignments (one per module). The assignments are important as they confirm that you have the required skills and knowledge for that module. Every assignment must be passed.
The course does require independent research to develop your appreciation of the topics. You should assume that the classroom hours of approximately 5 - 6 per week are matched by an equivalent amount of your own time in reading, preparation for class and writing up assignments.
Courses will run at our Lackham Campus on Tuesday or Thursday, 1.00pm – 5.00pm for 34 weeks.
Additional Costs and Information
All students will have access to the Learning Resource Centre (Library) on our main campuses, this also allows use of personal computers with access to the internet. There is also access to the 24/7 e-Study interactive online learning facility, with a comprehensive range of including books, research studies, reports, workbooks and presentations.
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.
We have 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.
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.
What Could I Do Next?
On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses
Business, Finance and Management
- HR Assistant
- Data Analyst
- Budgeting Analyst
- Accounting Clerk
- Business Development Manager
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