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Human Resource Management Courses
Human Resource Management Course Introduction
The Human Resource Management course introduces students to the key concepts and processes of effective human resource management, and exposes them to this dynamic and diverse field. This course provides a foundation in theory and practice of techniques and activities that organizations utilize in acquiring, developing, and maintaining an effective workforce. Topics include human resources planning, recruitment and selection of staff, training and development, performance appraisal, compensation, and employee safety, security, and health. Current events, relevant legislation, and future trends are also explored. Learning objectives for each lesson are accomplished through a combination of theory and conceptual application within exercises. Students are given ample opportunity to practice, apply, and develop their human resource skills through review questions and practical exercises. Multimedia content is incorporated in this course to introduce, discuss, and enhance the learning experience.
Course Prerequisite(s)Business Essentials, Windows Level 1, and Microsoft Word Level 1.
To understand the role that Human Resource Management plays in the success of the organization.
Of Interest to
Those interested in improving their understanding of human resources and/or wish to pursue an entry-level career in the Human Resource Management field.
Human Resource Management Course Breakdown
What Is Human Resource Management?; Federal and Provincial Legislation Affecting Human Resource Management; Designing Jobs
The Recruitment Process; Choosing Methods of Recruitment; Job Advertisements
The Importance of Employee Selection; Reliability and Validity; The Selection Process; Interviewing Techniques
New Employee Orientation; Training and Development
Performance Management Systems; Steps in an Effective Performance Management System; Performance Appraisal Methods
Compensation and Benefits; Compensation; Benefits
Occupational Health & Safety; Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems; Building a Health & Safety Culture
The History of Unions in Canada; Labour Relations Process; Functions of the International, National and Local Unions
Course manual provided for on-going reference. There is a final exam upon completion of the course. Participants who receive 75% or higher on their exam will receive a certificate.
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