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Human resource management is a people-centred role, requiring the perfect balance of interpersonal skills, strategic approach and business mind-set. You understand that, and you want a course that knows the unique skills demanded within the industry while transmitting them effectively. We have that course for you.
We know what it takes to progress your career – a recognised, accredited and relevant qualification. Our course strengthens your existing experience and provides new knowledge to develop your specialism. The modules encompass HR management from many perspectives: personal development, business approach, organisations health, resourcing and talent management and employees relations. This mixture of grounding theory, future-focus, international perspective and strategic approach aims to open up a world of opportunities for you.
We have been effectively delivering CIPD qualifications for over 25 years, aligning our course with industry trends. We understand the stage you are at in your career, you want to go further and our job is to inspire and support you to work towards your future goals and aspirations. The cost of your membership and course accreditation with the CIPD is not included in the course fees. Whilst the degree is accredited, those seeking this credit for their degree should apply directly to join the CIPD and pay the appropriate joining and membership fee.
By keeping our class sizes small, we’re assisting you to achieve these. Large, lecture theatre-based learning would be at odds with the dynamic and intuitive nature of the course content, so we ensure peer-to-peer and lecturer content and support. You’re inquisitive and open so our team-based learning promotes these skills and your supportive, networking relationships, helping you to learn in a natural way that resembles real working environments. Working in a team and providing feedback as part of a reflective discussion is especially effective for people like you, because the importance this approach places on intrinsic skills, communication, behavioural analysis, persuasion and negotiation abilities are all abilities possessed by outstanding HR managers.
The kind of leaders that understand what a team and a company needs, and know how to make that happen with the people as a driving force. And that’s the kind of manager and trailblazer we want to help you become.
Your qualification will be recognised by CIPD, the UK’s most credible specialist human resources training and awarding body.
Our course has a strong focus on the skills and knowledge needed for a successful career in human resource management. It’s ideal if you’re preparing for, or aspiring to, roles such as HR director, manager, officer, or training officer.
MODULES & ASSESSMENT
Business SkillsDesigned to equip you with the skills to enable you to perform business management tasks effectively and efficiently. You will engage in a series of activities which give insight into your own skills, personality and characteristics so you can fully grasp your strengths and development areas, enabling you to perform better as you gain confidence throughout the module. This module is also concerned with the development of skills and specifically seeks to improve a range of skills pivotal to successful management practice and effective leadership including critical thinking and decision making skills, the management of financial information and how to manage budgets.
Managing Employee RelationsThis module aims to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of employment relations in terms of theoretical perspectives, debates and practices in national and international, contexts and from a theoretical and behavioural competency perspective.
Resourcing and Talent ManagementThis module is very much at the heart of Human Resource Management as organisations can only function if they are able to assemble together the rights teams of people with the necessary skills, attitudes and talents to meet their objectives. It reflects on how organisations have to compete for the best available talent, particularly when demand exceeds supply.
Employment LawRecent decades have seen a substantial increase in the extent to which the employment relationship in the UK, Eire and the EU is regulated through employment legislation. As a result, human resources professionals are now obliged to take account of legal requirements in different jurisdictions when carrying out many central aspects of their role. They’re also obliged to take responsibility for the defence and settlement of claims lodged with employment tribunals by aggrieved employees or former employees. This module introduces the major areas of employment legislation and the employment law system, focusing in particular on ways in which day-to-day HR activities are subjected to some form of regulation. This is intended to provide an overview, rather than to focus in detail on the operation of specific employment laws, for those who need to understand and be able to evaluate emerging developments in the management of the employment relationship in local and international jurisdictions.
Designing, Delivering and Evaluating Learning and Development ProvisionThis module will introduce you to an established body of knowledge and theory on learning processes and their application in instructional design and facilitating learning – including the design and delivery of learning and development plans and events.
Professional and Organisational DevelopmentThis module investigates questions such as ‚who is a Manager’, ‚what is a manager?’ and ‚what is the nature of an organisation?’. These topic areas and the relationship with the external environment are perennial questions, especially in a period of change and turbulance. Given this the module aims to provide participants with a variety of analytical tools for use of these varying levels of analysis. The module encourages you to apply these tools in order to produce an ideographically based conceptual map and analysis of their own practices and contexts. This enables critical questions of existing Management and Organisation Theory to be identified, as well as provide a basis for enhanced professional practice and development of personal competence as a manager.
Leading, Managing and Developing PeopleThis module will provide you with a rigorous framework for knowledge and understanding, concerning people management and development.
Research Methods for Business ManagementThis module will equip you with the skills to frame, plan and deliver research, as well as the ability to analyse and interpret the data generated. These are important skills in both the academic and work contexts.
Postgraduate Major ProjectThis module support students in the preparation and submission of a Master stage project, dissertation. For 45 credits this involves an assessment volume equivalent to 12,000 words. The major project enables students to demonstrate some or all of the following: – The ability to raise significant and meaningful questions in relation to their specialism – Depth of knowledge which may involve working at the current limits of theoretical and or research understanding – Critical understanding of method and its relationship to knowledge – Awareness of and ability to develop solutions to ethical dilemmas likely to arise in their research or professional practice – The ability to draw meaningful and justifiable conclusions from information which may be complex or contradictory – The capability to expand or redefine existing knowledge; to develop new approaches to changing situations; and contribute to the development of best practice; – The ability to communicate these processes in a clear and effective manner, as appropriate to the ‚audience’ – The capability to evaluate their work from the perspective of an autonomous reflective learner. One of the main focuses for the design of this module has been the further development of relevant employability and professional skills. Such skills are implicit in the learning outcomes. Multiculturalism has been considered during the design of this module and will be considered when the assessment brief is written. In the course of your studies with us you may generate intellectual property which is defined as an idea, invention or creation which can be protected by law from being copied by someone else. By registering with us on your course you automatically assign any such intellectual property to us unless we agree with the organisation covering the cost of your course that this is retained by them. In consideration of you making this assignment you will be entitled to benefit from a share in any income generated in accordance with our Revenue Sharing Policy in operation at that time. Details of our Intellectual Property Policy and Guidelines can be found on ‚MyAnglia’ under Research, Development & Commercial Services or by contacting this Office for a hard copy.
Human Resource Management in the Global ContextThis module sets out to investigate how, and if, human resource management (HRM)) operates in the international arena. This is done in two ways: by considering differences in national HRM policies and practices and by examining how businesses overcome the people problems associated with operating in more than one country. This will lead to a questioning of the extent to which HRM can be seen as a global phenomenon. In order to undertake this module effectively it is assumed that students will have some familiarity with HRM practices in at least one country and a desire to uncover similarities and differences in others. One of the main focuses for the design of this module has been the further development of relevant employability and professional skills. Such skills are implicit in the learning outcomes. Assessment will be by a 3,000-word assignment.
We’ll assess your progress through written work, group and individual presentations. Of your final two modules, the first is a written proposal which is assessed for a Postgraduate Major Project that will give you the opportunity to demonstrate, through a written assessment, your ability to conduct research and apply human resource practices to a specific issue.
This is a 12- or 15-month programme
Please note that modules are subject to change and availability.