1 session of 1.5 hours for 16 weeks
Objectives of the Course:
The course provides a comprehensive perspective of the main Human Resources and Office Management theories in order to provide a conceptual and practical basis for student learning. It develops that learning by examining the main techniques involved in managing Human Resources. It also encourages students to draw on knowledge from their own experience to develop a clear understanding and practical working knowledge of HRM.
On successful completion of the course students will be able to understand the benefits of effective Human Resource strategies. They will have a theoretical framework for the development and evaluation of HRM concepts and principles and a thorough familiarity with the operational details of Human Resource and Office Management.
The topics covered in this programme represent a broad coverage of the major areas in HRM and are designed to encourage students to draw on learning from their own experiences and theoretical views. Although the course is academic in nature and draws on theoretical study, it is essentially a process based and practical, hands-on course, which relies greatly on student participation.
1. Total Quality: The Role of Human Resources;
2. Human Resource Information: A Strategic Tool;
3. Public Sector Human Resource Management: An Agenda;
4. Organisation and Human Resource Management: The European Perspective;
5. Human Resource Management in Action: A joint approach.
Learning Outcomes for each module/award:
The learner will understand theoretical and practical knowledge, information and tasks related to Human Resource and Office Management. The learner will also acquire the ability to apply such knowledge and understanding towards the solution of everyday and complex situations with creativity, which may lead to further academic or vocational learning. On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
Skills - Applying Knowledge and Understanding
By the end of this course, the learner will be able to:
Total number of hours:
Contact Hours: 32 hours
Self Study: 96 hours
To apply for the HR & Office Management Part II course call 21227799 or email us for more information.