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Certified HR Advisor Course Overview
The primary role of the Human Resources Advisor is to efficiently support the work of the HR Manager and supervise day-to-day HR operations. The HR Advisor is an important contributor to the HR team due to their flexibility and knowledge that can be passed onto others in the team. Day-to-day operations include a vast array of tasks, and so individuals wishing to pursue this career must be aware of the extent of their responsibilities. During this two-day course with The Knowledge Academy, delegates will be trained in all the relevant areas of Human Resources applicable to this role.
Using knowledge gained from this certification, HR Advisors can support and advise on issues or activities relating to a number of HR areas, such as Administration, Employee Relations, Recruitment, and Learning and Development. A competent HR Advisor must have an understanding of all these areas and must be able to strike the correct balance between them. For example, HR Advisors may be required to support the HR Manager with developing engagement strategies, as well as helping with recruitment and workforce activity planning. Furthermore, HR Advisors must have a comprehensive understanding of employment legislation and the ability to apply this to HR practice. This is a thorough training course, which will cover each area in sufficient depth to ensure success in this role.
Certified HR Advisor Course Outline
The following topics are covered during this two-day training course. It is expected of Certified HR Advisors to be able to assist with any tasks or issues that may arise relating to the following areas of HR.
Human Resources Overview
- Definition of Human Resources
- Objectives of Human Resources
- The Role of Human Resources in a Business Context
- Structure of the HR Department
- Challenges faced by an HR Department
- Employment Contracts
- Data Protection
- Health and Safety Regulations
- Grievance, Discipline, and Dismissal
- Ensuring HR Policies and Procedures are Effective
- Monitor the Performance of HR Processes
- HR Policy Reviews
- Absence Management
- Administration of Time and Attendance System
- Contract Changes
- Personnel Documentation
- Filing of Documentation
- Conflict Management
- Grievance and Discipline
- Employee Engagement
- Writing Job Descriptions
- Analysing CVs
Learning and Development
- Training Requirements
- Identifying Skill Gaps
- Arranging Training
- Talent Management Support
Who is this course for?
Anybody wishing to learn the skills required to be an HR advisor.
Who should attend this HR Training Course?
Those wishing to initiate a career in HR, and specifically those wanting to become an HR Advisor, would benefit from this course.
There are no prerequisites for this course, however, some knowledge of Human Resources would be beneficial to our delegates.
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