Changing business contexts demand change in strategic approach. As a result business can no longer rely on outdated Human Resources policies and practices to create value for the firm.
In summary being an effective Human Resource (HR) Manager entails being able to bring new perspective to the employer-employee relationship by adopting innovative techniques to transform their workforce into a competitive advantage for the business. This short learning programme provide contemporary strategic principles with two key objectives:
- To support a newly appointed HR Manger to transition from a junior HR administration role to a management position within HR
- To provide knowledge and skills for an HR Administrator (preferably with an undergraduate degree), to progress into an HR management position.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Those who intend entering a managerial level of HRM
- Managers wishing to update their knowledge with current human resource practices.
- Managers who wish to ensure that they remain conversant with recent changes in labour relations practice.
Lectures are conducted once a week in the evening or on a Saturday morning over 16 weeks.
The short learning programme fee includes all programme material, which becomes the property of the student. This material constitutes a valuable source of on-going reference.
Students will be required to submit an assignment at the end of the program.
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*Please note that content is subject to change
- Human resource management’s role in the evolving paradigm
- Human resources and the competitive advantage
- Human resources and leadership
- The strategic role of human resource management
- Managing flexible patterns of work for competitive advantage
- Talent management – an HR challenge
- Measuring Human resources within organisations
- Ethical issues and challenges in HR
- Corporate responsibility and governance: Implications for HR
- Effective Change management strategies
Strategic Human Resource Management is a short learning programme (SLP) that is certified by the Independent Institute of Education (The IIE). The IIE short learning programmes (SLPs) available through The Business School have been specifically designed for working adults. These SLPs differ from The IIE full qualifications that are also available through Varsity College and which are registered on the National Qualifications Framework. Before you register you must ensure that the programme you select best suits your individual learning and workplace objectives.