HR Practice, CIPD Certificate, Year 1 | Weston College

HR Practice, CIPD Certificate, Year 1

This nationally recognised professional qualification is suitable both for existing human resource practitioners and for those seeking to move into a career in human resources. You will acquire a wide range of relevant practical skills in HR and operate more effectively in your role.

It is also valuable for line managers, supervisors and team leaders who would like a recognised qualification to support and enhance their HR/personnel responsibilities. You will be assessed via coursework only.

In addition to the course fees, you will be required to become a member of the CIPD and pay a professional membership fee of approximately £138 when you start the course. This will be paid direct to the CIPD and direct debit options are available.


Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this programme, making it ideal not only for those who are just setting out in a career, but also for those who have many years’ experience without a formal qualification to reflect and support this experience.

Course Level

Level 3

Location

Winter gardens

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Human resource manager or director

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