August 7, 2021
• a solid grounding in People Practice
• the knowledge, skills and behaviours and to deliver tasks that benefit your organisation at an operational level
• the confidence to support positive change for your colleagues and organisation
• HR Administrator or Assistant
• Employee Relations Officer
• Recruitment Coordinator
• Organisational Development Officer
• Learning Administrator
• Reward or Benefits Administrator
• Talent Co-ordinator.
Business, culture and change in context
•You will develop an understanding of the key external influences that impact on businesses and the context within which they operate, including discussing how and why organisations set goals.
•You will define workplace culture and how people’s behaviour shapes it.
•You will explain how organisations are whole systems and how your actions affect others.
Principles of analytics
•You will cover how evidence-based practice informs measures and outcomes and how it is applied within your organisation.
•You will explain the importance of using data, the different types of data measurement and how these are used to inform decision making, including interpreting basic financial information using critical thinking skills and common calculations.
Core behaviours for people professionals
•You will develop insight into different approaches to customer focus using ethical principles to inform your approach to work.
•You will evaluate ethical values and contextualise them within your work, specifying the ways in which you conform to associated regulation and law. The importance of positive ways of working will be examined and you will use this to clarify problems and issues as well as contributing views and opinions in a respectful and inclusive manner.
Essentials of people practice.
•You will gain skills around effective recruitment, selection, and appointment of individuals through the assessment of employee lifecycles, including where you are placed within this. Contrasting different recruitment and selection methods will also support your application of skills that relate to contributing to effective recruitment.
•You will learn different recruitment and selection methods and ways of preparing material for job roles and to attract candidates. You will also shortlist candidates and participate in a selection interview and the associated follow-up actions.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however you must have an appropriate level of English and need to be able to produce written academic assignments of some length. You may also be asked to complete an English initial assessment prior to enrolment. This is a very demanding qualification and you will be expected to attend every class and undertake homework and assignment work outside the classroom.