Our recognised Cert IV in Human Resources has been designed to provide learning in several core areas of Human Resource Management (HRM).
This course includes the basic operation of the HRM function, the process of recruiting, selecting and inducting staff, performance management and industrial relations. Other units within this course cover areas such as managing oneself and others, addressing customer needs and promoting innovation in a team environment.
This course will be particularly appropriate for applicants that are currently working in, or hoping to work in, a generalist HRM role or provide a good foundation for further studies and advancement in Human Resource Management.
Access the latest thinking about human resource management and apply this to your current and future roles - Understand recruitment and selection of staff, industrial relations processes, performance management and workforce planning. Successful completion of this qualification can lead to career opportunities such as: HR Officer, HR Coordinator and Administration Assistant & HR Assistant.
Learn anytime, anyplace. We understand you've got to live your life. While learning is important, so are your friends, family, work schedules, hobbies and passions. Our courses can be started when you're ready to learn. Each unit can be scheduled around your lifestyle. You can choose to complete a unit in a few focused days or, alternatively, time your learning around your job, other commitments and responsibilities.
This is a key feature of our college, no need to attend a fixed time or place. All our courses are at your fingertips, when and where you want to learn. We utilise an online learning platform that is simple and easy to use, this provides a flexible learning environment that can easily fit around your busy schedule.
Our business courses have been designed for the use of distance (online learning) and workplace assessment activities. As a competency-based qualification, the assessment tasks seek evidence that participants have mastered the skills and knowledge contained in each unit. Commonly-used assessment activities in our units are quick-learning activities, work-based projects, case studies, discussions, practical exercises and personal reflection.
This course has the following enrolment requirement: