Design solutions for a range of workplace HR issues.
1 year full-time
About this course
In this course, you will develop a broad understanding of human resource theories and functions.
What you will learn
synthesise relevant theories, concepts and techniques and apply them to designing solutions to a range of workplace-based human resource and management issues.
critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of various conceptual models relating to human resource management functions; assess contextual variables in determining which models and theories best inform possible solutions to human resources problems
find, assess and synthesise disparate information from multiple sources to make supported judgments and decisions about HR issues.
explain and model effective and empathetic communication practices relevant to diverse audiences and human resource management contexts
describe and apply various technologies, recognising their benefits and limitations when applied to human resource management functions and activities.
demonstrate initiative in finding new information; apply adult learning principles to their own and others personal and professional development
compare and contrast international and domestic human resource management practices and industrial relations contexts; describe how human resource practices in developing countries differ from those found in developed countries
critically evaluate and model the contribution cultural diversity can make to improving business and professional practice.
demonstrate leadership, ethical practice and professional integrity when working within a team and independently.
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