Diploma HR Management
UK CPD Accredited Programme
For New and Experienced Human Resource Professionals
Self Paced Programme - No Live Classes
Career enhancement for HR Professionals
Enhance your professional credentials with a UK CPD Accredited Diploma in Human Resource Management. This in-depth Human Resource programme is suitable for existing and aspiring Human Resource Professionals.
Build skills, knowledge and confidence for a career as a Human Resouce Professional and explore an extensive range of advanced human resouce concepts over 21 comprehensive modules.
Each of the modules within the programme extensively covers a HR related topic such as:
- Training and development,
- Strategic feedback delivery,
- Performance management,
- Equality in the Workplace
- Employee relations,
- Reducing AbsenteeismRecruitment practises
A series of optional assignments allow you to test your knowledge and implement your learning in practise.
Human Resource Professionals are in more demand than ever before and confident and knowledgable HR Professionals are highly sought after
Modules 01 - 07
An introduction to the functions and the objectives of human resource management, HR codes of ethics and common HR challenges
The complexities and challenges of successful recruitment are discussed, alongside the role of ethics in recruitment and useful guidelines for employee selection.
The importance of establishing and maintaining good employee relations is examined as well as an effective employee relations policy.
The goals and objectives of performance appraisals are discussed, alongside several primary performance appraisal methods and common challenges encountered in planning and performing appraisals.
Candidates learn how to identify training needs and assess the effectiveness of current training/development frameworks, while studying a detailed breakdown of the training process.
The criticality of proactively maintaining performance and encouraging every employee to perform at their best is discussed.
Career-development and succession planning alongside 360-degree appraisal and the potential review/career-development interview.
Modules 08 - 14
Covering the different types of incentives and rewards, the concept of competence related pay and the importance of developing appropriate pay structures to maintain workforce motivation.
The business-wide benefits of building a diverse workplace culture are presented and discussed alongside the potential consequences of workplace discrimination.
HRM’s role in the development and maintenance of a safe and healthy working environment is dissected and discussed. An essential overview of health and safety law and potential benefits of workplace health and safety.
Candidates consider the main causes of absence and the true costs of poor employee attendance.
Also covered is absence targets and benchmarking, absence notification procedures and the use of disciplinary procedures when absenteeism becomes problematic.
Grievance handling from an HR management perspective, including common causes of workplace grievances and the main types of grievances.
Termination and dismissal proceedings alongside points to consider when selecting employees for redundancy.
The benefits of a proactive and consistent talent management programme are discussed.
Guiding candidates through the process of creating and implementing a talent management plan.
Succession planning as a key performance driver. Candidates build an understanding of the purpose and value of succession planning including effective succession plans and forward-planning.
Modules 15 - 21
The importance of adopting a proactive approach to anger management is discussed, alongside several relaxation techniques and helpful anger management tools.
Candidates learn how to take their existing communication skills to the next level.
Topics include dichotomies in theory, assertiveness, frames of reference, creation of a positive self-image and an overview of the main communication styles.
Candidates are guided through the process of developing an effective violence prevention policy from the workplace, along with how a firm’s hiring practices can influence workplace safety.
Candidates learn how to embrace diversity and overcome potential age-related obstacles.
The value of proactive planning is also discussed, along with helpful coaching and mentoring guidelines to encourage equality and acceptance in the workplace.
The different stages of conflict are presented and discussed, along with the role of communication in conflict resolution and additional conflict management tips for HRM personnel.
Helpful guidelines for handling difficult and uncomfortable conversations are provided, along with tips for preventing and resolving common workplace hygiene issues.
The benefits of effective workplace wellness programs are discussed, along with an overview of the process of designing and implementing an appropriate workplace wellness program.
End of Course Exam
When you have completed all lessons and modules within your programme you will be invited to sit a UK CPD Accredited final exam. This is a timed and proctored examination consisting of 20 questions.
The required pass percentage to be awarded a diploma is 60%.