If you are looking for a comprehensive introduction to the world of HR then this course is a good fit for you.
You will gain fundamental skills and knowledge in the most important concepts of human resource management, namely labour legislation, recruitment, selection and appointment of employees as well as compensation, performance management, and disciplinary issues in the workplace including grounds for termination of employment.
This course contains 4 units and can be completed in 6 months at the recommended pace of 8 hours per week:
Unit 1: The Human Resource Environment
Unit 2: Finding and Placing Suitable Candidates
Unit 3: Maintaining Employees
Unit 4: Termination
With our structured approach to teaching, you will be able to acquire valuable knowledge and skills with ease. All courses include an orientation week, assessment and feedback opportunities as well as guided lesson plans from your course lecturer every week.
This Fundamentals of Human Resource Management course will equip you with holistic knowledge and competencies. You will be able to positively influence employee morale, boost performance and make sure your employer remains compliant with labour legislation and policies as well as HR practices themselves. You can expect to gain practical skills in the following areas:
Human resource management is a business discipline that directly impacts every employee in an organisation. A sound understanding of HR practices and principles is beneficial to HR professionals as well as various managers and employees in an organisation. Due to the diversity of the skills gained from this course, it is relevant to HR professionals, employees, and managers at various levels.
The significance of human resource management to a company’s health has grown greatly in recent years. After all, an organisation’s greatest asset is its workforce—when employees grow and develop, so will the company itself. For these significant reasons, HR professionals are in demand and the field of HR presents a great opportunity for career growth.
This course is designed to give you an in-depth introduction to the world of HR management and provides the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to kickstart or advance a career in HR. With an understanding of the entire employee lifecycle from labour legislation all the way through performance management, you’ll know how to boost employee productivity and growth across any company.
In order to secure a spot in any cohort, students are required to first successfully complete the application process and register by the cohort registration deadline. Registration includes documentation submission and payment of the course fee, there are no registration fees.
Fees payable upon registration will differ depending on the payment option you choose, your Enrolment Consultant will explain this in detail during the application process.
At iQ Academy all of our programmes are offered via distance education. Depending on the course you choose you’ll either be studying fully online or with textbooks and online support.
Online-only courses: All course material is available online and can be downloaded, there are no textbooks.
Internet-supported courses with textbooks: You will receive textbooks via courier and the course is supported by compulsory online learning activities. Your course material will also be available online.
Teaching and learning will take place online whichever study method you choose. That means that you will need to partake in online learning activities and classes. For more information on each study method, enquire now.
Our short course programmes are courses that can be completed over several weeks or months, depending on the course you enrol for. Short courses are designed to complement a working professionals lifestyle through flexible distance learning. Assessments are done through the submission of assignments, no exams are required.
Our curricula are developed by industry experts and are internally quality-assured and approved by our Academic Board. Our short courses are institutional programmes and are non-credit bearing. For more information on our institutional registration and accreditation status view our accreditations.
Short courses are typically non-credit-bearing programmes, affording students the opportunity to build their professional credentials without the higher cost and time associated with studying for a university degree or qualification.
There are no written examinations for this course. As part of your learning, you are encouraged to complete short quizzes throughout each module, which help you build and test knowledge. You will be required to complete and submit one summative assessment at the end of each module. To meet the requirement for this course, you will have to pass the final summative assessment for each module, before you can get certified.
Once you have completed your course, you will get an iQ Academy Short Course Certificate. Your certificate demonstrates that you have acquired industry-relevant skills which can enhance your promotional and employment opportunities. In order to qualify for a certificate you will need to:
All short courses are lecture-led. The mode of delivery is distance education and all instruction takes place on our student portal, iCan. Your course lecturer will prepare a teaching and learning plan for the duration of the course as well as lesson plans for each week. Students should work through the learning material independently, according to the course schedule in the iCan Calendar. Support is available for academic and technical-related queries on iCan.
Your lecturer will also host regular online classes. The content covered will be in line with the course schedule and weekly lesson plan. Sticking to the schedules provided will ensure you don’t miss out on any opportunities to learn and ask questions. In between classes you can engage with your lecturer directly on iCan or you can discuss the learning content with other students in the discussion forums, which are set up per module for your convenience.
Our short courses integrate interactive media with e-learning activities as well as traditional didactic components such as written notes. There are also opportunities for collaborative learning through discussion forums. The following learning activities form part of the overall learning path:
Multimedia activities such as video clips and podcasts
Online announcements of activities and assignment submission
Live online lectures
Assessment activities & compulsory submission of formative and summative assessments per module
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