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Human Resources Management

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Offer ends 30 November 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
15 hours
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Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

This Human Resources Management course is designed for professionals who want to thrive in their profession. The Human Resources Management course covers all the essential skills and knowledge needed to become specialised in this sector. You will learn real life knowledge and expertise from the industry experts and practitioners from this Human Resources Management course.

The Human Resources Management course starts with the basic knowledge of Human Resources Management and gradually shares expertise knowledge. In this course you will get a complete idea of Human Resources Management with key concepts, strategies regarding use of it and in-depth knowledge. The Human Resources Management course is completely an online course. You can access this Human Resources Management course from any part of the world with just a smart device and the internet.

By the end of this Human Resources Management course, you will get complete knowledge and marketable skills. The course also comes with an e-certificate, which will add extra value to your resume and help you stand out in the job market. In short, the Human Resources Management Course is the perfect course to fast track your career. So what are you waiting for? Enrol in this Human Resources Management course today!

What you will learn from the Human Resources Management course?

  • Human Resources Management - Demonstrate an understanding of the HR department's responsibilities
  • Human Resources Management - Identify each stage of the hiring and selection process for employees
  • Human Resources Management - Recognise the basic principles of performance management
  • Human Resources Management - Build strong working relationships and maintain a positive work culture
  • Human Resources Management - Understand clearly the different roles within the HR team
  • Human Resources Management - Conduct an employee performance appraisal and provide feedback
  • Human Resources Management - Motivate and counsel employees using Herzberg’s two-factor model
  • Human Resources Management - Ensure health and safety best practice is followed in the workplace
  • Human Resources Management - Applying best practices for hiring and rewarding employees, and for managing employee performance
  • Human Resources Management - Recognise the importance of managing attendance and rewards
  • Human Resources Management - Avoiding key mistakes in (mis)managing human resources
  • Human Resources Management - Discuss employee contract termination, Handling Grievance and the importance of the disciplinary system

Why Choose the Human Resources Management course?

  • Conducted by industry experts
  • Get Instant E-certificate
  • Fully online, interactive course with Professional voice-over
  • Developed by qualified professionals
  • Self paced learning and laptop, tablet, smartphone friendly
  • Tutor Support

3 Additional Free Courses To Develop Your Skills

  • Course 1: Leadership & Management
  • Course 2: Time Management
  • Course 3: Communication Skill

And you will also get these gifts

  • Free PDF Certificate
  • Free Hard Copy Certificate
  • Lifetime Course Access

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Course Curriculum

*** Human Resources Management ***

Module 1: Human Resources Management Introduction

  • Human Resources Management - The Objectives of HRM
  • Human Resources Management - The Objectives of HRM
  • Human Resources Management - Human Resource Planning
  • Human Resources Management - Job Analysis
  • Human Resources Management - Staffing
  • Human Resources Management - Orientation
  • Human Resources Management - Training and Development
  • Human Resources Management - Performance Appraisal
  • Human Resources Management - Career Planning

Module 2: Develop and Implement Recruitment & Selection Strategies

  • Human Resources Management - The recruitment and selection process
  • Human Resources Management - Defining requirements
  • Human Resources Management - Role profiles for recruitment purposes
  • Human Resources Management - Person specifications
  • Human Resources Management - Choice of system
  • Human Resources Management - Using a competency-based approach

Module 3: Selection interviewing

  • Human Resources Management - Purpose
  • Human Resources Management - Advantages and disadvantages of interviews
  • Human Resources Management - The nature of an interview
  • Human Resources Management - Interviewing arrangements
  • Human Resources Management - Preparation
  • Human Resources Management - Timing

Module 4: Employee Relations and Recognition

  • Human Resources Management - The elements of employee relations
  • Human Resources Management - Industrial relations as a system of rules
  • Human Resources Management - Types of regulations and rules
  • Human Resources Management - Employee relations policies
  • Human Resources Management - Employee relations strategies
  • Human Resources Management - Employee relations climate

Module 5: Job evaluation

  • Human Resources Management - Job evaluation defined
  • Human Resources Management - Analytical job evaluation
  • Human Resources Management - Types of analytical schemes
  • Human Resources Management - Non-analytical job evaluation
  • Human Resources Management - Computer-assisted job evaluation

Module 6: The Importance of Training & Development in the Workplace

  • Human Resources Management - Business Case
  • Human Resources Management - Guidelines for Effective Employee Development
  • Human Resources Management - Employee Development Methods
  • Human Resources Management - Individual development plans
  • Human Resources Management - Job enlargement and job enrichment
  • Human Resources Management - Succession planning

Module 7: The basis of performance management

  • Human Resources Management - Performance management defined
  • Human Resources Management - Aims of performance management
  • Human Resources Management - Characteristics of performance management
  • Human Resources Management - Understanding performance management

Module 8: The process of performance management

  • Human Resources Management - Performance management as a process
  • Human Resources Management - Performance agreements
  • Human Resources Management - Managing performance throughout the year
  • Human Resources Management - Reviewing performance
  • Human Resources Management - Rating performance
  • Human Resources Management - Types of rating scales
  • Human Resources Management - Problems with rating

Module 9: 360-degree feedback

  • Human Resources Management - Use of 360-degree feedback
  • Human Resources Management - Rationale for 360-degree feedback
  • Human Resources Management - 360-degree feedback – methodology
  • Human Resources Management - Development and implementation
  • Human Resources Management - 360-degree feedback – advantages and disadvantages
  • Human Resources Management - 360-degree feedback – criteria for success

Module 10: Motivating and Rewarding Employees

  • Human Resources Management - Communication for the win
  • Human Resources Management - Think outside the box for a second. Why do people work in the first place?
  • Human Resources Management - Show your appreciation
  • Human Resources Management - Emphasize the life-work balance
  • Human Resources Management - Involve employees in decision making
  • Human Resources Management - Allow your employees to grow

Module 11: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

  • Human Resources Management - What is diversity and inclusion?
  • Human Resources Management - What is diversity in the workplace?
  • Human Resources Management - What is inclusion?
  • Human Resources Management - Diversity and inclusion priorities
  • Human Resources Management - Diversity and inclusion best practices
  • Human Resources Management - Diversity and inclusion strategies

Module 12: Health, safety and welfare of employees

  • Human Resources Management - Make Improving Health and Safety a Vital Part Of Your Work Culture
  • Human Resources Management - Regular Safety Training
  • Human Resources Management - Keep Updated Records
  • Human Resources Management - Keep an Open Dialogue
  • Human Resources Management - An HRM System That Allows for Transparency
  • Human Resources Management - Ergonomics and Office Tech

Module 13: Absence Management and Attendance

  • Human Resources Management - Business Case
  • Human Resources Management - HR's Role
  • Human Resources Management - Collecting Data on Absenteeism
  • Human Resources Management - Cost of Absenteeism
  • Human Resources Management - Supervisor training and designated HR support
  • Human Resources Management - Absence control programs

Module 14: Handling Grievance, Discipline, Termination and Dismissal

  • Human Resources Management - The steps of progressive discipline
  • Human Resources Management - How to terminate an employee

Module 15: Talent Management

  • Human Resources Management - The Role of Talent and Technology in the Organization
  • Human Resources Management - Talent Management as a System in the Organization
  • Human Resources Management - The Systems Approach to Talent Management

Module 16: Succession Planning

  • Human Resources Management - What is a succession plan, and why do you need one?
  • Human Resources Management - Why you need succession planning
  • Human Resources Management - The key characteristics of a successful succession plan
  • Human Resources Management - Responding to different needs
  • Human Resources Management - How to Establish Your Succession Plan
  • Human Resources Management - Implementing the plan

Module 17: Strategies for Anger Management

  • Human Resources Management - Learning about feelings and anger
  • Human Resources Management - Learning about helpful and unhelpful ways
  • Human Resources Management - Learning to relax
  • Human Resources Management - Learning to think calmly
  • Human Resources Management - Learning to handle problems

Module 18: Developing Communication Skills

  • Human Resources Management - Communicating effectively
  • Human Resources Management - Prepare through practice
  • Human Resources Management - Prepare questions of your own
  • Human Resources Management - One to one: helping other employees

Module 19: Conflict Resolution

  • Human Resources Management - Five Approaches to Conflict Management

Module 20: Workplace Safety

  • Human Resources Management - Hazardous Materials
  • Human Resources Management - Lockout/Tagout Rule
  • Human Resources Management - Personal Protective Equipment
  • Human Resources Management - Blood-Borne Pathogens

Certification

By the successful completion of the Human Resources Management course, you will get an instant e-certificate. Our courses are fully updated with industry knowledge and skills that aim at making you an expert in the field. The hard copy of the certificate is also available and can be sent to your address. The delivery charge is applicable which will be £4.99.

Who is this course for?

This Human Resource Management course is ideal for those who work in or aspire to work in the following professions:

  • HR Associates - Specialists - Professionals - Managers
  • New HR Managers
  • HR Managers who want to improve their skills
  • Small business owners who need to manage their personnel
  • Mid-Level managers who want to make the most of their team
  • People interested in a career in HR
  • Anyone who wants to setup a HR team/department.

Requirements

To complete this Human Resources Management course, there is no previous experience required. You just need to have basic knowledge understanding English and internet connection.

Career path

This Human Resources Management training course will lead you to many different career opportunities, here are few prospects:

  • HR Manager - £40,716 per year
  • Human Resources Director - £67,290 per year
  • Human Resources Manager - £35,194 per year
  • Human Resources Specialist - £30,168 per year

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