|Course at QLS||Level 6|
|Endorsement||Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme|
|Course Duration||500 Hours|
|Entry Requirements||There are no particular entry requirements|
Looking for a flexible diploma in human resource management you can take in your spare time? Ready to fast-track your progression and enrich your outlook with an endorsed diploma in HR management? At Oxford Home Study Centre, our exclusive HR courses are flexible enough for even the busiest lifestyles. Self-paced and with no fixed study schedules, you’re free to complete this human resource management distance learning program at your own pace. Build the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to achieve your gaols, with no deadlines or time restrictions to worry about. This endorsed Level 6 HR Diploma and covers a broad range of topics and knowledge areas - ideal for newcomers and established HR personnel alike. Sign up online and get started today, or contact a member of our student support team anytime for more information.
Why Study Human Resource Management?
To study HR management is to arm yourself with an invaluable knowledge-based for a successful career. One of the few things all businesses have in common is their reliance on talented HR personnel. From recruitment and selection to training and development to talent management and succession planning, HR managers are instrumental in building and maintaining an effective workforce. It is a complex and multifaceted field, which demands an open-minded approach and a positive problem-solving attitude. If you consider yourself a people person with an approachable personality and plenty of tenacity, this exclusive Level 6 HR Diploma could take you the rest of the way!
Oxford Home Study Centre offers an extensive range of self-paced HR management courses for newcomers and experienced personnel. This endorsed Level 6 HR Diploma covers the following topics and knowledge areas over the course of 17 engaging modules:
Module 1 - Human Resource Management Introduction
The main objectives of HR management and the personnel involved in achieving them are discussed at length in Module One. Candidates consider the benefits of taking a strategic approach to HR management, along with the scope and limitations of HRM in the workplace.
Module 2 - Develop and Implement Recruitment and Selection Strategies
Typical sources of external and internal recruitment are presented and discussed in the second module, in which candidates are guided through each major phase of the recruitment and selection process. Typical challenges encountered at various stages throughout the recruitment process are also discussed.
Module 3 - Employee Relations and Recognition - Human Resources
Module Three emphasises the importance of maintaining good employee relations, while examining the role of trade unions and how HR managers play a role in building and maintaining amicable relationships. The concept and scope of industrial relations is also discussed.
Module 4 - Appraising Employee Performance
The functions and objectives of employee performance appraisals are then discussed, including the mutual benefits of performance appraisals for the employee and the employer. Several common approaches to conducting performance appraisals are presented and discussed, along with how to establish goals for performance appraisals.
Module 5 - The Importance of Training & Development in the Workplace
Module Five considers the criticality of quality training and development opportunities for every member of the workforce. Topics covered include how to assess the cost-effectiveness of training activities, identifying the training needs of a workforce and a look at several standard areas of employee training.
Module 6 - Conducting Effective Performance Reviews
The cornerstones of the effective performance review are presented and discussed in Module Six, which highlights the importance of taking a proactive approach to workforce performance management. A step by step guide to planning and conducting an effective performance review is provided.
Module 7 - Performance Management of Workers
Module Seven then looks at workforce performance management from a broader perspective, introducing the concept of performance counselling and emphasising the benefits of the 360 Degree Appraisal. An introduction to the art of effective succession planning and other key career development concepts is also provided.
Module 8 - Motivating and Rewarding Employees
Important motivational theory for HR managers is presented and discussed in Module Eight, which looks at the different types of incentives and rewards that can be used to motivate a workforce. Competence related pay and other typical pay structures are discussed, along with the link between pay and corporate reputation.
Module 9 - Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
The responsibility of every employer to champion equality, diversity and inclusion is discussed at length in Module Nine. Some of the most prolific types of workplace discrimination are presented and discussed, including age discrimination, disability discrimination and discrimination on the grounds of a person’s beliefs.
Module 10 - Health, Safety and Welfare of Employees
Module 10 shifts focus to the employer’s responsibility to create and maintain a safe and healthy working environment for every member of the workforce. Topics covered include managing physical welfare at work, managing stress and emotional welfare, health and safety law and the importance of clearly documented health and safety policies.
Module 11 - Absence Management and Attendance
Candidates then consider the potential consequences of excessive absenteeism, along with practical tips and guidelines for improving attendance rates. Additional topics covered include absence notification procedures, the use of disciplinary procedures and how to set appropriate attendance targets based on a series of factors.
Module 12 - Handling Grievance, Discipline, Termination and Dismissal
The diplomatic approach to handling grievances and addressing disciplinary issues in the workplace is outlined in Module 12. Topics covered include common causes of grievances at work, the effects grievances can have on the workforce, the right time to begin disciplinary procedures and the authorisation of penalties.
Module 13 - Talent Management
Module 13 outlines the cornerstones of an effective talent management strategy, along with the business-wide benefits of nurturing talent and promoting from within. Candidates are guided through the process of creating and implementing a high-quality talent management plan.
Module 14 - Succession planning
A more detailed look at succession planning follows in Module 14, focusing on the most important elements of a succession plan and how to ensure its successful implementation. The potential consequences of inadequate or absent succession planning are also brought into discussion.
Module 15 - Conflict Resolution
HRM responsibilities related to conflict resolution are presented and discussed in Module 15. Topics covered include types of conflicts in the workplace, the most common causes of conflict, the different stages of conflict and extent to which disagreements can often lead to positive results.
Module 16 - Talking to Employees About Personal Hygiene
Candidates then learn how to professionally and diplomatically discuss potentially sensitive matters with employees, such as issues with personal hygiene. General tips and guidelines for resolving hygiene issues in the workplace are also provided.
Module 17 - Workplace Wellness Program
The course concludes with a look at the various types of workplace wellness program businesses introduce, along with the major benefits of prioritising employee wellness. A step by step guide to designing and implementing a workplace wellness program is also provided.
At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).
This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.
Careers in HR management are ideal for born multitaskers with outgoing personalities and approachable characters. Most importantly, you need to have a passion for people and the genuine desire to help every member of the workforce achieve their full potential. Impatience, apathy and an uncaring attitude have no place in HR management - this is a position that’s all about the people! Successful HR managers and executives can earn anything from £25,000 to more than £40,000 per year, depending on location and experience.
Who Should Take This Course?
Oxford home study centre is proud to support ambitious candidates in pursuit of their career goals. This self-paced Level 6 HR Diploma was designed with the following applicants in mind:
Start your Level 6 HRM diploma today, or contact a member of our admissions team anytime to learn more.