The Diploma in Human Resource Management is intended for training and HR practitioners who wish to enhance their existing skills and knowledge through the application of theory to practice.
The programme covers topics such as Examining organisational behaviour, HRM, employee relations and employment development, which allow you to debate the importance of the HR function and whether HR needs to be linked directly to organisational structure to work effectively.
The full Diploma programme consists of 12 modules, which are assessed by assignments. Alternatively, a Certificate holder would pursue 6 modules, which builds on existing academic experience gained from the Certificate or other broadly equivalent courses.
On completion of the Diploma HRM, graduates will be able to demonstrate how an understanding of the issues involved in HRM can assist the HR manager in managing staff effectively. They will gain the skills to compare and contrast formal and informal learning, be able to discuss the merits of each, and discuss how effective employee development can impact upon an organisation’s performance.
Broaden your horizons and separate yourself from the competition by pursuing a distinguished and established online diploma in human resource management.
A higher diploma in human resource management will offer you the proficiency and theoretical skills required for a notable career in booming organisations around the globe.
Each of the available qualifications (BSc, Diploma or Certificate) has different entry requirements.
We may also be able to recognise previous study and work experience so that you can begin studying at the diploma or bachelors level.
Or we will consider equivalent qualifications (in level and content) to the Diploma, plus substantial relevant work experience. Please note that we can only consider qualifications taken within the past five years.
For entry at diploma level applicants must have completed the certificate or an equivalent qualification and also demonstrate substantial relevant work experience.
Successful Graduates tend to grow towards executive positions within the human resources and training department.
Please Note: due to regular enhancements of the University’s courses, please refer to Leicester’s own website (www.le.ac.uk) and/or Terms and Conditions (http://www2.le.ac.uk/legal) for the most accurate and up-to-date course information. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with this information prior to submitting an application.