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Diploma in Human Resource Management
Our Diploma introduces you to the academic disciplines that underline the effective management of Human Resources (HR) and proceeds to explore the theory, practice and strategy of Human Resource Management. It is also designed to strengthen existing skills and knowledge through the application of theory to practice. To enhance your employability, we provide an innovative, academically rigorous and vocationally relevant approach to business and teaching. This Diploma provides a theoretical understanding of management concepts, with an overview of HR, and aims to help you develop a basic understanding of Human Resource Management.
Upon successful completion of this course, graduates will be able to:
- Use practical, theoretical or technical understanding to address problems that are well-defined but complex and non-routine.
- Analyse, interpret and evaluate relevant information and ideas.
- Be aware of the nature and approximate scope of the area of the study.
- Have an informed awareness of the different perspectives or approaches within the area of study.
- 1 Human Resource Management
- 2 Organisational Stress Management & Psychology
- 3 Management, Accounting and Budgeting
- 4 Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management
- 5 Organisational Behaviour
- 6 Business Communication
- 7 Managing Employee Performance in HR
- 8 Legal Aspects of Human Resources
- 9 Human Resource Development
- 10 People, Resourcing and Talent Planning
- 11 Managing and Leading Change
- 12 Research Methods/Project
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