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This is a specialist course that has been designed primarily to meet the career development needs of human resource managers, advisers and administrators. The course also meets the requirements of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Developments (CIPD) Professional Development Scheme. Throughout the course, students will be encouraged to take a critical perspective on current theory and practice, to analyse complex problems, devise creative solutions to those problems, and to develop the skills needed to conduct research into human resource management (HRM) issues. The course covers a range of modules, including: - Managing Information for Competitive Advantage - Managing in a Strategic Business Context - Management Research Methods - Managing and Leading PeopleManaging for Results - People Management and Development - People Resourcing and Development - Employment Relations and Law. Each student is required to submit with a DissertationManagement Research Report a Learning Log and a Review of Continuing Professional Development. It is anticipated that students will be working in a human resource management function or people management role, with access to relevant data and experience to provide examples, both for classroom discussion and assessed work. While students are on the course, they must hold student membership of the CIPD. We assist with the online application process at the start of the course, but for details of membership benefits, which include networking and informal learning opportunities, as well as membership of an exclusive, specialist library, visit http:www.cipd.co.uk The course is delivered at our West London campus, and can only be taken part-time.

This is a specialist course that has been designed primarily to meet the career development needs of human resource managers, advisers and administrators. The course also meets the requirements of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Developments (CIPD) Professional Development Scheme. Throughout the course, students will be encouraged to take a critical perspective on current theory and...

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