This program covers the areas of resource service, effective workplace relationships, workforce planning, the process of recruitment, selection and induction, remuneration and employee benefits. The proper management of these areas is essential for any organisation to effectively meet the requirements of both the organisation and its employees.
AIM WA offers a unique qualification which has been designed in consultation with West Australian HR leaders to reflect the needs and issues of our local business environment and to provide the knowledge and skills required for effective Human Resources Management.
This premium program uses a blended learning approach which includes face-to-face sessions, access to our online learning platform and 12 months Professional Membership of AIM WA. Learn more at aimwa.com/blendedlearning
You will require a sound theoretical knowledge base in HR management and demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that HR functions are effectively conducted in your organisation or business area.
You will be required to submit a resume detailing your professional experience and education prior to acceptance into the program. A briefing session will be held at AIM WA prior to each intake.
The key content of this program will be delivered as follows:
Topic 1 Manage employment relations
Topic 2 Manage people performance and development
Topic 3 Manage resourcing (this topic runs over 2 non-consecutive days)
Topic 4 Manage workplace safety, health and wellbeing strategies
Topic 5 Manage, develop and improve HR services
Participants should be able to:
- Assess the current position of HR services to their organisation with a view to improving its efficiency
- Provide advice on how best to manage employee relations
- Design and implement an effective performance management and development system
- Support the organisation's safety, health and wellbeing strategies
- Strategically manage resource requirements.
Fee includes the cost of assessment for the Diploma of Human Resources Management (9 x unit of competency).
2017 Intake Dates Table
Intake 1: Wednesday 25 January 2017 (5.30pm - 6.30pm)
Intake 2: Thursday 25 May 2017 (5.30pm - 6.30pm)
NB: Briefing Session are only attended by participants enrolled on each of the intakes.
Intake 2 (Friday)
|| Sept 29
Relationship to Competency Standards
Make a presentation
Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
Ensure a safe workplace
Manage workforce planning
Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
Manage employee relations
Manage separation or termination
Develop and manage performance management processes
Manage human resource services
Please click on the qualification link above for Qualification information and total fees.