Completing the Certificate Human Resource Management - CIPD Intermediate Level Standards programme at Liverpool John Moores University is Approved by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) - Intermediate Standards Level 5
Human Resource Officers need to be business thinkers as well as leaders and be able to translate theoretical concepts into practical reality. Their ultimate goal is to boost the people capacity, thereby reducing staff turnover and increasing productivity. For this they need high levels of interpersonal skills, self-motivation, adaptability and persuasiveness. This CPD course is designed to give you the knowledge, skills and experience required to succeed in this fascinating and challenging role.
This programme has been designed specifically for people who work full-time, with a single module starting in September and January and classes running on Thursday evenings. You will also have the option to attend additional networking sessions with undergraduate and postgraduate HRM students, subject to agreement from your employer.
You may already be working in human resource management and want to update your skills and knowledge or perhaps you work in a different field, and would like a career change. You could also use credits from the course to secure a place on our BA (Hons) Human Resource Management or, depending on your job role, the MA Human Resource Management.
Other careers include training, learning and development, recruitment, talent and resourcing, online and phone-based HR support, equal opportunities and diversity, reward, pay and benefits, employment law advice, coaching and mentoring services, performance management, health, safety and well-being, welfare and employment policies, communication systems, information systems for HRM, and work psychology.
The topics covered include the full employee lifecycle ranging from recruitment, performance to exit. The programme aims to build on your current understanding of strategic and operational HR practices and develop your knowledge and skills making reference to academic literature as appropriate.
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