Start Date: 01/04/20
Duration: 6 full days
Location: Venue TBC, Dublin City
Full Fee: €540.00
Network Members Fee: €450.00
The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in human resources management principles to enable the learner to apply these to planning, organising, implementation, evaluation and revision of human resource management practices for the attainment of organisational goals.
Course dates: 1st April, 8th April, 15th April, 22nd April, 29th April & 6th May (Wednesdays)
Who is this course for?
Those new to a human resource role or anyone eager to learn more about human resource management.
- Assess the evolution, nature, scope and policy goals of HRM
- Evaluate the relevance of strategic HRM to organisational performance and business strategy
- Explore the benefits and process of human resource planning, to include appropriate strategies for dealing with labour shortages and surpluses
- Assess the goals, benefits, process and methods of organisational motivation, training and development to include the needs for and benefits of a training plan
- Evaluate the core objectives, benefits, challenges and methods of performance management, to include evaluation of what constitutes good performance management and reward systems
- Explore the role, benefits and methodologies of effective grievance and discipline handling within the organisation
- Evaluate the theoretical basis for Industrial Relations and its application in the business environment
- Generate appropriate recruitment and selection documentation to include job specification, person specification and interview marking sheets
- Devise an interview strategy for a stated vacancy, to include an appropriate interview environment, panel and structure, and use of appropriate interview techniques and questions, taking cognisance of relevant employment legislation
- Formulate appropriate performance management methodologies for an organisation
- Formulate appropriate performance management methodologies for given organisational roles
- Generate appropriate grievance and discipline strategies for a given set of circumstances
- Apply theoretical principles and practical skills to solving human resource management issues in the work environment
- Support the effective operation of a human resource department in the business environment
Trainer Profile – Barrow Training
Highly qualified, professional and accessible subject matter experts whom you can contact through phone & email anytime
Barrow Training is a specialist and accredited training centre offering professional training and consultancy nationwide and deliver training in Healthcare, Childcare, Health & Safety, Hospitality, Management and Corporate Well-being. They are the first training provider in Ireland to receive the ISO 9001 (2015) standard. With a 100% learner pass rate and first-class customer service – they are the number one choice for over 10,000 learners in Ireland.
In order to demonstrate that they have reached the standards of knowledge, skill and competence identified in all the learning outcomes, learners are required to complete assessments below. The assessor is responsible for devising assessement instruments, assessment criteria and mark sheets, consistent with the techniques identifies below and QQI’s assessment requirements. All the learning outcomes must be assessed and achieved in accordance with the minimum intended module learning outcomes set out in the validated programme.
- Examination – Theory 40%
- Project 30%
- Skills Demonstration 30%
Examination – Theory: An examination provides a means of assessing a learners ability to recall and apply knowledge, skills and understanding within a set period of time and under clearly specified conditions. A theory based examination assesses the ability to recall, apply and understand specific theory and knowledge.
Project – Projects may involve research, require investigation of a topic, issue or problem or may involve process such as a design task, a performance or practical activity or production of an artefact or event.
Skills Demonstration – A skills demonstration is used to assess a wide range of practical based learning outcomes including practical skills and knowledge. A skills demonstration will require the learner to complete a task or a series of tasks that demonstrate a range of skills.