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HR : Human Resources

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620 hours
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210 CPD hours / points
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HR : Human Resources

***3 Courses Bundle***

**FREE Decision Making Course**FREE Recruitment Skills Course **

Diploma in HR : Human Resources QLS Level 7. Additional CPD Accredited Certificate HR : Human Resources with 210 CPD points available with no extra study. This HR : Human Resources course comes with easy to understand e-learning study materials.

What Will I Learn From This (HR) Human Resources Diploma:

At the end of the Human Resources Management - Level 7, the learners will be able to:

  • HR : Human Resources - Understand the importance of human resources and their management within organisations;
  • HR : Human Resources - Recognise the importance of good employee relations;
  • HR : Human Resources - Discuss mutual value and benefit of providing the workforce with the highest quality training on an ongoing basis,
  • HR : Human Resources - Explore professional strategies for measuring the effectiveness of employee training
  • HR : Human Resources - Discuss the creation of professional job descriptions and position profiles.
  • HR : Human Resources - Investigate various interview techniques
  • HR : Human Resources - Understand how to performance reviews, behaviour evaluation and the a professional performance management checklist.
  • HR : Human Resources - Recognise the importance of managing attendance and rewards
  • HR : Human Resources - Discuss employee contract termination, exit interviews and the importance of the four-step disciplinary system.

Why Students prefer this (HR) Human Resources from CPD:

  • Fully Endorsed HR : Human Resources Course
  • HR : Human Resources Subject Specialist Tutors
  • HR : Human Resources course does not expire till you successfully complete it
  • HR : Human Resources - The option to take study breaks at any time at no extra cost
  • HR : Human Resources - No deadlines, no time restrictions and no fixed schedules
  • HR : Human Resources - All required study materials and supporting documentation included as standard – no additional costs or expenses at any time.
  • HR : Human Resources - Online assessments to test your new skills and knowledge
  • HR : Human Resources - The opportunity to enhance and improve your CV and career prospects.
  • HR : Human Resources - The opportunity to study from any location in the world.

*** 2 Free Gifts included in HR : Human Resources Course***

***FREE Decision Making Course***

This Free Decision Making course covers the following topics:

  • HR : Human Resources - What it Does
  • HR : Human Resources - Pyramid Structure
  • HR : Human Resources - Identifying Our Values
  • HR : Human Resources - Creating Value Statements
  • HR : Human Resources - Designing Our Vision
  • HR : Human Resources - ]Defining Your Mission Statement
  • HR : Human Resources - Performing a SWOT Analysis
  • HR : Human Resources - Establishing Priorities
  • HR : Human Resources - Problem Solving in Action
  • HR : Human Resources - Gathering Support
  • HR : Human Resources - Making the Change

***FREE Recruitment Skills Course***

This Free Recruitment Skills course covers the following topics:

  • HR : Human Resources - he UK Recruitment Industry
  • HR : Human Resources - The Structure of the Industry
  • HR : Human Resources - Executive-level recruitment
  • HR : Human Resources - Middle to Senior Management
  • HR : Human Resources - Permanent Staffing Solutions
  • HR : Human Resources - What Do Recruitment Consultants Do?
  • HR : Human Resources - What Is The Recruitment Process?
  • HR : Human Resources - How Do I Become A Successful Recruiter?

***This offer ends soon***

Human Resources Management Level 7

Along with an introduction to the functions and value of effective HR : Human Resources, candidates are introduced to workforce recruitment and deployment,

Human Resources Management - Course Material

  • HR : Human Resources - Online course materials
  • HR : Human Resources - Question papers
  • HR : Human Resources - Additional Supporting Material
  • HR : Human Resources - Useful Links

HR : Human Resources - Course assessment

You will be continually assessed throughout the course. Your assignment will be marked by your tutor and independently moderated. The feedback on your assignment will then be sent to you. On receipt of this, you may wish to contact your tutor to discuss the feedback.

HR : Human Resources - Tutor Support

When you enrol on a course with Oxford Home Study College you are allocated your personal tutor. Tutor’s help and support will be available throughout your studies with the college. He/she will assess your work and will provide you with regular feedback on your progress.

Quality Licence Scheme

This HR : Human Resources course is endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme. The Quality Licence Scheme, endorses high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes.



210 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Standards Office

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HR : Human Resources

Endorsed Certificate of Achievement. This exclusive Level 7 Human Resources Management provides newcomers to HR with an intensive yet accessible overview of several key management competencies and related concepts.

As a human resource manager, it’s your job to ensure that each and every employee reaches their full potential and performs at their best, each and every day. Our intermediate Level 7 Human Resources Management lays the strongest possible foundation upon which to begin building a lifelong career in advanced Human Resources Management. If you’ve always fancied yourself as a strong and effective leader, enrol today and begin exploring your true potential!

Human Resources Management - Course Syllabus:

This Human Resources Management course consists of following modules:

HR : Human Resources - Course Syllabus:

HR-Unit 1 Human Resource Management Introduction

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - The Objectives of HRM
  • HR - Primary Objectives
  • HR - What is Strategic Human Resources Management?
  • HR - The Scope of HRM
  • HR - Functions of Human Resources Management (HRM)
  • HR - The Code of Ethics of Human Resources

HR - Unit 2 Develop and Implement Recruitment and Selection Strategies

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - External Sources of Recruitment for Organisations
  • HR - The Recruitment Process
  • HR - Evaluating the Selection Process
  • HR - Complexity and Challenges of Recruitment
  • HR - Ethical Standards and Manpower Recruitment

HR Unit 3 Employee Relations and Recognition - Human Resources

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Concept and Scope of Industrial Relations
  • HR - Functions and Objectives of Industrial Relations
  • HR - The HRM Approach to Employee Relations
  • HR - Role of the HR Function in Employee Relations
  • HR - Elements of Employee Relations
  • HR - Employee Relations Processes
  • HR - Employee Relations Policies
  • HR - Employee Relations Strategies
  • HR - Role of Trade Unions

HR - Unit 4 Appraising Employee Performance

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - What is Appraisal?
  • HR - Goals of Performance Appraisal
  • HR - Objectives of Performance Appraisal
  • HR - The Performance Appraisal Process
  • HR - Benefits of Performance Appraisal
  • HR - Performance Appraisal Methods
  • HR - The Potential Review/Career-Development Interview
  • HR - Problems in Performance Appraisal

HR - Unit 5 The Importance of Training & Development in the Workplace

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Objectives of Training
  • HR - Benefits of Employee Training and Development
  • HR - Assessment of Training Needs
  • HR - Identifying Training Needs
  • HR - The Training Process
  • HR - Standard Areas of Employee Training
  • HR - Assessing the Cost Effectiveness of Training

HR - Unit 6 Conducting Effective Performance Reviews

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Performance Management Process
  • HR - Creating Performance Development
  • HR - Maintaining Performance

HR - Unit 7 Performance Management of Workers

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Performance Counselling
  • HR - Features of 360 Degree Appraisal
  • HR - The Potential Review/Career-Development Interview
  • HR - Career Development
  • HR - Succession Planning
  • HR - Effective Performance Appraisal

HR - 8 Motivating and Rewarding Employees

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Motivational Aspects
  • HR - What is Motivation?
  • HR - The Influence of Motivation Theory
  • HR - Types of Incentives and Rewards
  • HR - Competence-Related Pay
  • HR - Corporate Reputation
  • HR - Developing Pay Structures

HR - Unit 9 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Discrimination on Grounds of Religion or Belief
  • HR - Part-Time Workers
  • HR - Managing Diversity
  • HR - Disability Requirements
  • HR - Age Discrimination

HR - 10 Health, safety and welfare of employees

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - HRM and Health, Safety and Welfare
  • HR - Health and Safety Law
  • HR - Criminal Law
  • HR - Managing Health and Safety at Work
  • HR - The Importance of Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • HR - Benefits of Workplace Health and Safety
  • HR - Health and Safety Policies
  • HR - Managing Stress and Emotional Welfare
  • HR - Managing Physical Welfare
  • HR - Safety Training and other Methods of Persuasion

HR - 11 Absence Management and Attendance

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Process and Causes of Absence
  • HR - Employee Absence and the Recession
  • HR - Managing For Attendance
  • HR - Absence Targets and Benchmarking
  • HR - Training and Support for Line Managers
  • HR - Absence Notification Procedures
  • HR - Use of Disciplinary Procedures
  • HR - Plus more

HR - Unit 12 Handling Grievance, Discipline, Termination and Dismissal

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Grievances
  • HR - Causes of Grievances
  • HR - Effects of Grievance
  • HR - Disciplinary Procedure
  • HR - Authorisation of Penalties
  • HR - Selection for Redundancy
  • HR - Helping Employees Obtain Alternative Employment

HR - 13 - Talent Management

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Creating a Talent Management Plan
  • HR - Talent Development within an Organization
  • HR - Role of Communication in Talent Management

HR - 14 - Succession planning

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Understanding the value of Succession Planning
  • HR - Elements of a Succession Plan
  • HR - Development of a Succession Plan

HR - 15 - Anger Management

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - The Assertiveness Formula
  • HR - Questioning Skills
  • HR - Basic Problem Solving Tools
  • HR - Creative Thinking Methods
  • HR - Force Field Analysis
  • HR - Other Ways of Managing Anger
  • HR - Relaxation Techniques

HR - 16 - Communication Techniques for the Workplace

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Communication Styles
  • HR - Dichotomies in Theory
  • HR - Creating a Positive Self-Image
  • HR - Seven Things People Determine from Your Appearance
  • HR - Frame of Reference
  • HR - Techniques for the Workplace
  • HR - Prepare, Prepare, Prepare
  • HR - Assertiveness
  • HR - Self-Attitude

HR - 17 - Developing a Workplace Violence Prevention Policy

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Risk Assessment
  • HR - Hiring Practices
  • HR - Workplace Design
  • HR - Workplace Practices and Procedures
  • HR - Security Systems and Personnel

HR - 18 - Overcoming the Generation Gap at Workplace

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - The Value of Planning
  • HR - Coaching and Mentoring
  • HR - Retention Considerations
  • HR - Filling in the Gaps

HR - 19 - Conflict Resolution

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Understanding Conflicts and Its Types
  • HR - Different Stages of Conflict
  • HR - The Role of Communication in Conflict Resolution
  • HR - Conflict Management

HR - 20 - Talking to Employees About Personal Hygiene

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Guidelines for Difficult Conversations
  • HR - Resolving Hygiene Issues at Workplaces

HR - Unit 21 - Workplace Wellness Program

This HR : Human Resources unit covers the following topics:

  • HR - Need of Workplace Wellness Programmes
  • HR - Designing and Implementing a Workplace Wellness Programme

Who is this course for?

HR : Human Resources

  • HR : Human Resources - Candidates interested in a basic introduction to HR
  • HR : Human Resources - Individuals planning to continue studying at a higher level
  • HR : Human Resources - Existing HR workers looking to enhance their knowledge and skills
  • HR : Human Resources - Business owners interested in enhancing HR skills
  • HR : Human Resources - Anyone looking to enhance their CV and career prospects


HR : Human Resources

There is no particular entry requirement.

Option 1

Diploma in Human Resource Management QLS Level 7 endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme

Certificate Fee: £170 + postal charges

Option 2

HR Management Diploma issued by OHSC

PDF Certificate - FREE

Hard copy - £25 + postal charges

Option 3

CPD Accredited Certificate

(PDF format)=£30

(Hard copy)=£150 + postal charges

*Postage Charges: National £9, International £15

Career path

HR : Human Resources

Upon successful completion of our Human Resource Management, candidates may choose to pursue an extensive range of careers including:

  • Human Resources Administrator
  • Human Resources Adviser
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Human Resources Officer

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