HR Management, CIPD Certificate, Year 1
The CIPD Level 5 Intermediate in Human Resource Management qualification is suitable for those:
- Looking to develop a career in HR management or development and want to study a recognised qualification
- who need to understand the role of HR or L&D in the wider organisational and environmental context
- seeking to progress and further develop their professional HR or L&D knowledge after studying a CIPD Level 3 in HR Practice
- aspiring to become a professional member of the CIPD, as an Associate member.
What you I study
This course covers 6 units:
- Developing Professional Practice
- Business Issues and the Context of HR
- Using Information in HR
- Employment Law
- Talent Planning Reward Management
How you will be assessed
The course is assessed internally via coursework. There are no examinations. Candidates are also required to maintain a continuous professional development record throughout the course.
You will need to have completed the CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in HR Practice (or the CIPD Certificate in Personnel Practice) to apply. Alternatively, learners without the stated qualifications but who have some years’ experience in HR or people management are also encouraged to apply.
iAn interview is required for this course.
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Supported Fee: £1,265.00 ?
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