Training Practice and Human Resource Management
The Certificate in Training Practice & Human Resource Management examines the human resource management function, its relation to organisational change, and the fundamentals of training delivery. The aim is to equip students with knowledge and skills relevant to the practice of training and human resource management.
Applicants should be at least 21 years of age, and be qualified to GCSE 'A' level standard or equivalent, (e.g. High School Graduation)
Applicants should be at least 21 years of age, and be qualified to GCSE 'A' level standard or equivalent. (e.g. High School Graduation)
For your application to be processed please return the following:
• Completed application form along with two (2) copies of your application
• Three (3) certified copies of original qualifications
• Three (3) passport pictures
• Two (2) letters of reference and contact details of both referees
• A current Resume
The course uses continuous assessment. For each of the six modules a coursework assignment of between 1500 and 2500 words in length is required. On successful completion of all six modules, the Certificate in Training Practice & HRM will be awarded. Students who achieve an overall (average) result of 60% or above will be eligible to proceed directly on to the Centre's Diploma programme.