Certificate of Higher Education in Human Resource Management (Anglia Ruskin University)

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  • Level 4
  • Distance Learning
  • Management
  • Online Learning

Qualification
On successful completion of the programme you will be awarded a Certificate of Higher Education in Human Resource Management.

Awarding Body
Anglia Ruskin University

Course Description
This course is designed to meet the needs of newly appointed HR professionals or managers. The overall purpose is to introduce you to human resource management and provide you with opportunities to apply your knowledge and reflect on it.
This course does not require any previous study of human resource management but presumes you are in employment (or recently have been) and thus builds on practical experience.

Duration of Programme
Approximately 6 months but a maximum of two years

Entry Requirements

Entry to the Diploma is available to all those who can demonstrate they will benefit from it. Candidates should be able to demonstrate the ability to learn at this level through the possession of prior qualifications or experience. The programme is however designed to meet the needs of middle managers and as such demands the ability to relate learning to the workplace. Candidates will therefore normally be practicing managers or have recent relevant experience.
Candidates should have English Language ability equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.0.  

What’s Included

RDI’s Online University ilearn is used to deliver all resources for this course including: 

  • Study materials: Access electronic copies of your learning materials and important information, such as assessment instructions, whenever and wherever you are
  • Tutor support: tutors use live chats and forums to stimulate discussions, request input and highlight external sources
  • External resources: links to external sources can include key journal articles, your university’s online library, sites of topical interest, etc
  • Discussion with other students & Forums: allow students to come together, share thoughts and ideas and you can initiate topics of interest

Workload
We recommend an average of 8-10 hours study time per week for this programme.

Exemptions
No exemptions are allowed for this programme.

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