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HUMAN RESOURCES FOUNDATION – CERTIFICATE COURSE

Description

Human Resource Management is an important function of any organization. It encompasses the management of people in organizations from a macro perspective i.e. managing people in the form of a collective relationship between management and employees. Who this course is for: This course is good for management learners and students who want to learn about Human Resource Management.

Career pathway: After this course students will be able to perform HR role  with understanding to see people as asset. Such student can be employed to work as HR manager of small organization or HR assistant in Large organization.

Take advantage of this course and give yourself a bright future or career in Human Resources Management.

What Will I Learn?

  • DAY 1- Chapter 1: Introduction to Human Resources Management
  • What Is Human Resources?
  • Functions of HRM? Importance of HRM
  • Skills Needed for HRM
  • Who is an HR Manager? Features of HR
  • Today’s HRM Challenges
  • DAY 1 - Chapter 2: Human Resource Management Plan                                                                                           
  • What is HRM Planning?
  • Writing the HRM Plan
  • Tips in HRM Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • DAY 2 - Chapter 3: Recruitment and Selection
  • What is Recruitment?
  • The Recruitment Process
  • The Law and Recruitment
  • Recruitment Strategies
  • What is Selection?
  • The Selection Process
  • Criteria Development and Résumé Review
  • Interviewing
  • Testing and Selecting
  • Making the Offer
  • DAY 2 - Chapter 4: Training and Development
  • What is Training?
  • Types of Training
  • Training Delivery Methods
  • Designing a Training Program
  • DAY 3 - Chapter 5: Compensation and Benefits
  • What is Compensation and Benefits?
  • Goals of a Compensation Plan
  • Developing a Compensation Package
  • Types of Payroll Systems
  • Other Types of Compensation
  • DAY 3 - Chapter 6: Performance Management
  • What is Performance Management?
  • Concept of Performance Management
  • Methods/Types of Performance Appraisal
  • DAY 4 - Chapter 7: HR and the Law
  • What is Labour Law?
  • Things to know about Nigerian Labour Law
  • DAY 4 - Chapter 8: Safety and Health at Work
  • Chapter Introduction
  • Workplace Safety and Health Laws
  • Health Hazards at Work
  • DAY 4 - Chapter 9: Current Trends in HRM
  •  DAY 4 - Chapter 10: Cases Studies

Topics for this course

37 Lessons10h

Chapter 1: Introduction to Human Resources Management?

Human beings are social beings and hardly ever live and work in isolation. We always plan, develop and manage our relations both consciously and unconsciously. The relations are the outcome of our actions and depend to a great extent upon our ability to manage our actions. From childhood each and every individual acquire knowledge and experience on understanding others and how to behave in each and every situations in life. Later we carry forward this learning and understanding in carrying and managing relations at our workplace. The whole context of Human Resource Management revolves around this core matter of managing relations at work place.
Unit – 1 : Introduction to Human Resource Management

1.2 What is Human Resource Management??

HRM is the study of activities regarding people working in an organization. It is a managerial function that tries to match an organization’s needs to the skills and abilities of its employees.

Video Lessons?

Watch this video One & Two

1.3 Nature of HRM?

HRM is a management function that helps manager’s to recruit, select, train and develop members for an organization. HRM is concerned with people’s dimension in organizations.

1.4 Scope of HRM?

The scope of HRM is indeed vast. All major activities in the working life of a worker – from the time of his or her entry into an organization until he or she leaves the organizations comes under the purview of HRM. The major HRM activities include HR planning, job analysis, job design, employee hiring, employee and executive remuneration, employee motivation, employee maintenance, industrial relations and prospects of HRM

1.5 Functions of HRM

Important of Human Resource Management?

Perhaps it’s easier to answer this by listing some of the personnel mistakes you don’t want to make while managing.

Skills needed for HRM?

Explain the professional and personal skills needed to be successful in HRM. Be able to define human resource management and the certifications that can be achieved in this profession.

Human Resource Planning?

After studying this unit, you will be able to:  Understand the nature and need of HRP  Able to gain information about different factors that affect HRP  Realize the importance of human resource planning in current organizational scenario  Understand the HRP process and the pre requisites for successful HRP process

Job Analysis and Job Design?

After completing this unit, you will be able to:  Define job analysis.  Understand the basic steps in a Job analysis.  Identify the major methods of collecting Job analysis data.  Recognize the major elements of job descriptions  Explain how to prepare job descriptions and job specification and their use.  Point out and explain job design and its various methods  Distinguish between job enlargement and job enrichment

Recruitment & Selection?

After completing this unit, you will be able to:  Define recruitment.  Cite the steps in recruitment process.  Understand the prerequisites of a good recruitment policy.  Describe the various sources of recruitment.  Understand the methods through which prospective candidates may be recruited.  Point out the various factors affecting recruitment  Understand and define selection and its process.  Understand the selection process so as to make it effective.  Explain how the final selection decision is made.  Point out the outcomes of selection decision.  Understand in brief about placement and orientation.  Develop a selection decision process.

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Target Audience

  • This course is good for management learners and students who want to learn about Human Resource Management