This course is structured around the CIPD Advanced Diploma Qualification modules as follows: First Year Developing Skills for Business Leaders Leading, Managing and Developing People Learning & Talent Development Reward Management Second Year Employment Law HRM in Context Managing the Employment Relationship Research module Please note syllabus is indicative and subject to change. Benefits of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Training: CIPD training provides the essential basis for significantly enhancing business performance. The course is designed to improve business results and achieve excellent student results in a cost effective manner. Benefits includes:
- Development of strategic thinking and operational focus with regards the HR function leading to increased productivity and profitability.
- Effective use of management resources and management time leading to increased efficiency
- Development of leadership skills including team building and development
- The improvement of performance management leading to increased staff motivation and retention
- Understanding of key aspects of employment law and employee relations
- Ability to lead training and training development initiative within the organization
First year: Developing Skills for Business Leaders, Leading, Managing and Developing People, Learning and Talent Development, Reward Management. Second year: Employment Law; HRM in Context; Managing the Employment Relationship; Research module. (Syllabus is indicative and subject to change).
You will assessed through national exams, reports, essays and observation of practical skills.
Individual offers may vary. This course is at Masters Level (Level 7) so a degree and/or relevant study and/or substantial relevant experience is normally required. First degree, CIPD Certificate in Personnel/Human Resource Practice (CHRP/CPP), the CIPD Certificate in L&D/ Training Practice (CL&DP/CTP), Level 3 equivalent qualifications, or the Level 5 qualification, or appropriate prior learning and experience. Candidates are expected to be working in the HRM field. Exceptionally, candidates without such work experience, but looking to enter the the HR profession, could be accepted provided they have a first degree and relevant workplace access.
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£3250||Year 1|