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MSc in Performance Management and Workplace Learning

University of Leicester

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Course Aims: This course places new developments in the field of performance management, and the increasing demand for HRD practitioners to act as learning consultants, in their intellectual and practical context. The course provides you with an understanding of the sources of change, which are leading to the transformation of roles, and allows you to identify the new skills and competencies you will require to deal with the effects of these changes. You will be provided with the knowledge required to develop your skills both in supporting the learning process and performance management. You will also be provided with the necessary research skills to undertake research work in the area of human resource development. Course Modules: Module 1: Employee Development and Workplace Learning Module 2: The Organisation of Work and Organisational Performance Module 3: students to choose one option, subject to availability ? The Changing Nature of Skills, Production, Performance and Competitiveness ? Implementing Improvements in Organisational Performance ? Comparing National Systems of VET ? Global Context of HRD and HRM Module 4: Research Methods Dissertation (16,000-20,000 words) Start Dates - February, May and October

Course Aims: This course places new developments in the field of performance management, and the increasing demand for HRD practitioners to act as learning consultants, in their intellectual and practical context. The course provides you with an understanding of the sources of change, which are leading to the transformation of roles, and allows you to identify the new skills and competencies you...

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