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HR Human Resources Management CIPD Certificate L5
Qualification:
 
Starts:
04/10/2016 
Ends:
27/06/2017 
Weeks:
35 
Days:
Wed 
Study Mode
Part-Time 
Assessment:
Exams 
Level:
Area:
Business Services & Enterprise 
Course Code:
CDRHR1D 
 
Entry Requirements
A good standard of English is required to a minimum of Level 2 literacy. Preferably applicants will have completed the CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in Human Resources Practice. It is advisable to speak to a tutor before enrolling. 
 
 

HR Human Resources Management CIPD Int Certificate L5

A modular course encompassing various aspects of HR management; from employee engagement to resource and talent planning.


Key Units

The course is modular and includes the following units:

  • Developing professional practice: understand the requirements of, and perform as, an effective and efficient, self-managing HR professional, a collaborative member of working groups and teams, and an added-value contributor to the organisation
  • Business issues and the context of human resources: understand the purpose and key objectives of the HR function in organisations including how HR objectives are delivered, how the HR function is evaluated and the role of ethics and professionalism in HR
  • Using information in human resources: know how to identify and scrutinise appropriate HR data sources enabling you to conduct small –scale research and analyse the findings, drawing meaningful conclusions and evaluate options for change
  • Employee engagement: understand the business context of reward and the use of reward intelligence , including key reward principles, policies and practices and the role of the managers in promoting a performance culture in reward decision-making and driving sustained organisation performance
  • Resourcing and talent planning: be able to undertake core talent planning activities, know how to maximise employee retention, and how to contribute to the development of resourcing strategies
  • Employment law: understand the development and purpose of employment law, ensuring fair and lawful treatment at work, managing issues relating to pay and working time, performance, disciplinary matters and reorganisation and change



Entry Requirements

A good standard of English is required to a minimum of Level 2 literacy. Preferably applicants will have completed the CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in Human Resources Practice. It is advisable to speak to a tutor before enrolling. 


Assessment

Practical Assessment and Coursework.