This intensive Level 5 HR Management Course is our most advanced HR course to date. Study the art of effective HR management across 11 detailed modules as follows:
Unit 1. Basics of Human Resource Management
The course begins by providing candidates with a detailed overview of HR management, both as a profession and a wider concept. The duties and responsibilities of human resource managers are discussed, along with the criticality of effective HR management in business, an introduction to the HR code of ethics and a series of associated HR challenges.
Unit 2. Human Resources: Recruitment & Selection Process
Module two brings professional recruitment and selection processes into discussion. Candidates learn how to identify and select candidates in accordance with requirements, organise and conduct effective interviews, use screening techniques to verify candidates’ appropriateness and handle the onboarding process from start to finish.
Unit 3. Staff Training and Development Process
Learners are then guided through the process of providing new recruits with initial training, along with the importance of ongoing coaching and employee development. Candidates learn how to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a training and development programme, studying the relationship between employee development and staff retention, how effective training benefits the entire business and more.
Unit 4. What Are Employee Relations?
For a business to get the most out of its workforce, in must focus heavily on the development and maintenance of strong employee relations. In module four, candidates explore effective techniques for building and enhancing a mutually-beneficial relationships with employees, along with an introduction to unions and associations, the scope of industrial relations and more.
Unit 5. Employee Performance Appraisals
A breakdown of the professional employee performance appraisal is studied in module five, in which candidates learn how to both assess and interview employees for developmental purposes. Probing techniques are discussed, along with how to ask the right questions, the provision of constructive feedback and how to deal with challenging members of the workforce,
Unit 6. Managing Employee Performance
Employee performance management continues as the primary topic of chapter six, focusing on career-development and succession planning. Candidates learn how to perform effective career-development interviews, while studying the benefits of employee performance counselling, common challenges associated with employee performance and more.
Unit 7. Employee Reward Strategies
Remuneration enters the discussion in module seven, exploring the effects common reward-types and incentives can have on an employee’s performance and motivation. Alternative remuneration and reward packages are explored, including profit sharing, stock options, merit pay, competence-related pay and other non-standard incentives.
Unit 8. Managing Employee Attendance
Module eight brings employee attendance and absenteeism into discussion. Candidates study the financial and operational consequences of excessive or consistent absenteeism, along with how to deal with attendance issues, the importance of motivation for the improvement of attendance rates and the implementation of disciplinary measures where necessary.
Unit 9. Health, Safety and Welfare Measures
The HR manager’s workplace health and safety responsibilities are discussed in module nine, which introduces candidates to a series of legislative health and safety requirements. Learners study the basics of workplace risk assessments, incorporating health and safety audits, the importance of proactive stress management, the provision of employee health programs and more.
Unit 10. Rights of an Employee in Disciplinary, Grievance and Dismissal Issues
Course module 10 provides a detailed overview of effective grievance-handling processes in a workplace environment. The common causes of grievances and their respective effects are discussed, along with how to carry out fair and balanced investigations, the importance of objectivity in disciplinary matters and a breakdown of dismissal processes.
Unit 11. Diversity and Equal Opportunity in the workplace
The course concludes with an insightful exploration of the business-wide benefits of workplace diversity. Candidates explore the obligations of the employer to champion equal opportunities and build a diverse workforce, along with the consequences of workplace discrimination, the importance of proactively addressing disability requirements and more.
Our Free certificate courses are online study programs. This means that you are able to study your Free HRM course from home.
This exclusive Level 5 Diploma in Human Resource Management is our most advanced HR management course to date. From team leadership to recruitment to workforce training and development, an endorsed HR Management Diploma could be the ticket to the career of your dreams. Join an established organisation, or take the first decisive step towards starting your own HR business from scratch! Introductory positions in HR begin from around the £18,000 mark, with no upper-limits for more senior HR professionals.
Who Should Take This Course?
Oxford Home Study Centre is committed to the provision of accessible online study programs for ambitious candidates worldwide. This Level 5 Diploma in Human Resource Management could be the ideal course for:
Anyone interested in a high-level position in HR management
Current HR workers looking to climb the career ladder
Business owners and managers with no formal qualifications
Entrepreneurs planning to start their own businesses
Jobseekers looking to boost their CVs and employment prospects
From start to finish, you can count on the committed support of your own personally-assigned tutor! Enrol online with Oxford Home Study Centre today, or contact a member of our student support team for more information!