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HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute

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Human Resource Management (HRM) is a strategic approach to managing employment relations. Increasingly the key to competitive advantage for an organisation, recognised by business leaders and academics, is the effective management of the organisation?s most important resource, its staff. This involves the creation and utilisation of a distinctive set of integrated employment policies and practices. Course Contents The programme will cover and seek to improve competency and skill in generic areas of management. To this end, the course will discuss the influence of the environment on organisations, the management of information, change and customer service. These general areas are built on later in the programme as the more specialist areas of people resourcing, learning and development, employee relations and pay and reward are explored. Throughout the programme the emphasis will be to produce professional managers with the ability to apply critical thinking skills and practical vocational skills. As such, work-based assignments and projects will be a key feature of assessment. Professional Recognition The MSc Human Resource Management has been designed to meet the requirements of the CIPD Professional Development Scheme. This course is designed as a means for participants to enter the field of HRM and to allow progression through the specialism. It will also be beneficial for managers who wish to improve their people management competencies while remaining in a generalist role. Requirements Entry Requirements Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma should normally have relevant work experience and possess an Ordinary degree, or equivalent, and have obtained an average mark of 50% or more across their final year taught modules. MSc applicants require an Honours degree or equivalent, plus relevant work experience. (Applicants with a non-business related degree but significant professional experience will also be considered.) Diploma students who satisfy the progression requirements will then be eligible to pursue the MSc. In line with University and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) policies on wider access, applicants who do not meet standard entry requirements will also be considered. Mode of Attendance : Part-time

Human Resource Management (HRM) is a strategic approach to managing employment relations. Increasingly the key to competitive advantage for an organisation, recognised by business leaders and academics, is the effective management of the organisation?s most important resource, its staff. This involves the creation and utilisation of a distinctive set of integrated employment policies and...

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