|Course at QLS||Level 4|
|Endorsement||Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme|
|Study Method||Distance Learning|
|Course Duration||400 Hours|
|Entry Requirements||No Entry Requirements|
Irrespective of size, purpose or industry position, every brand and business is fundamentally dependent on its human resources. Quite simply, businesses would not exist if it wasn’t for the workforce driving and supervising operations on a day to day basis. What’s more, the way in which a workforce is selected, assembled, deployed and managed will always impact overall business performance. Outstanding human resource management can directly contribute to the success and prosperity of any business at any level. By contrast, poor HR management can and will detrimentally affect business performance; in extreme cases putting the future of the business in jeopardy.
Unsurprisingly, both public and private sector organisations alike are constantly on the lookout for the most elite HR talent. This diploma of human resources online, has been designed to provide those with an interest in HR with an outstanding overview of both contemporary HR as a whole and the role/responsibilities of the professional HR manager. High-level HR education and training can open up an astounding array of potential career opportunities, spanning largely every industry and sector on a global basis. Those already working in an HR capacity will find themselves primed to take their careers to the next important level.
Over the course of 11 highly-detailed modules of hr diploma online, candidates are guided through contemporary human resource management as it exists today, along with the role of the HR manager. A full dissection and exploration of the recruitment process is provided, along with a variety of strategies and theoretical teachings on the subject of building and maintaining strong and efficient teams. Staff training and ongoing development are also investigated in-depth, along with critical insights into managing absenteeism, equal opportunities in the workplace, how to deal with challenging team members and professional disciplinary proceedings.
This human resources diploma online, is delivered over 08 modules:
Module 1 - Basics of Human Resource Management
The course begins by providing candidates with a broad overview of human resource management and an introduction to the roles and responsibilities of those who work within HR departments. Along with an exploration of the HR code of ethics, candidates begin to build an understanding of why quality HR management matters to the modern business.
Module 2 - Recruitment and Selection
An introduction to the recruitment and selection process follows in Module 2, which gradually guides candidates through the process of finding, evaluating and ultimately selecting appropriate employees. Subtopics featured in the module include screening techniques, shortlisting candidates, the specifics of the job interview itself and where to look when hiring.
Module 3 - Staff Training and Development
Course content moves on to staff training and development in Module 3, outlining important employee training areas, how to accurately control training and development costs, assessing training effectiveness and how outstanding and ongoing training represent exceptionally valuable business investments.
Module 4 - Employee Relations
The this module focuses on the development and management of strong and efficient employee relations, also touching upon a series of key policy areas and trade unions. Incorporating and working with unions/associations is explored in-depth, along with the value and importance of consistent communication.
Module 5 - Appraising Employees
Evaluating and reviewing employee performance forms the primary focus of Module 5, in which candidates are introduced to efficient techniques/methods for carrying out appraisals, why it is that appraisals must be carried out regularly for mutual benefit and a variety of potential problems specific to the appraisal process.
Module 6 - Managing Performance
Employee performance management enters the discussion in the following unit, introducing candidates to how and why nurturing strong performance and continual development can benefit both the workforce and the business as a whole. Employee performance counselling is also discussed, along with the specifics of the professional career-development interview.
Module 7 - Rewarding Employees
The seventh course module turns attention to employee rewards and the way in which incentives can have a powerful and lasting effect on employee performance. Along with how to effectively manage the introduction and provision of incentives, candidates explore a series of related topics including competence related pay, profit sharing, stock options, merit pay and more.
Module 8 - Managing Absence and Attendance
Course content in Module 10 primarily focuses on the costs and consequences of absenteeism from the perspective of the modern business. Candidates explore a variety of common reasons for employee absence, along with how to minimise/control unacceptable absenteeism and when disciplinary proceedings should be implemented.
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.