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Diploma in Human Resource Management

Diploma in Human Resource Management

Course Synopsis

Course Details

The course curriculum is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the formal relationship between the employer and the employee and of the techniques and methods aimed at making that relationship more effective. It also solidifies participant understanding of the link between human resources and strategy in an organisation. Students taking this course find this diploma program challenging, yet a significantly rewarding journey in gaining understanding in the importance of human resource management for achieving organisational targets and goals.

COURSE TEXTBOOK

  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
  • Author: Raymond Noe
  • View: See Amazon here
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Print ISBN: 9781259578120, 1259578127
  • eText ISBN: 9781259908446, 1259908445
  • Edition: 10th
  • Price: Free for Wült students

LEARNING OUTCOMES

 On completion of this diploma participants should be able to:Assessed in written assignmentAssessed in exam
Knowledge LOsDiscuss the concept of human resource management as a strategic function in the organisation including its impact on competitive advantage.xx
Demonstrate understanding of performance management and the role of training, personal development, compensation and remuneration practices.x
Discuss human resource planning including job design, recruitment and selection.x
Demonstrate understanding of contemporary government regulations and HRM frameworks.xx
Skills LOsAnalyse work flows in organisational units and identify relevant tasks, roles and jobs related to the workflow.xx
Design a basic human resource plan and develop an appropriate plan for recruitment.x
Application LOsApply human resource management concepts and theory to an actual workplace.xx

COURSE CURRICULUM

SHM U1 - What is strategic human resource management? SHM U2 - The legal environment, equal employment opportunity and safety SHM U3 - Job analysis and work design SHM U4 - Human resource planning and recruitment SHM U5 - Selection and retention of employees SHM U6 - Training SHM U7 - Performance management SHM U8 - Employee development SHM U9 - Compensation – pay, recognition and employee benefits SHM U10 - Strategic management of HR in a global environment SHM U11 - Assignment & Exam

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