UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN (UCT)

Human Resource (HR) Management online short course

Course starts 2 October 2017
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Course information

Registration Closes:
26 September 2017
Course Starts:
2 October 2017
Length:
10 weeks online
Effort:
7 - 10 hours per week
Price:
ZAR R13,500Options Available
University:
University of Cape Town (UCT)
Language:
English

Course Information

Registration Closes:
26 September 2017
Course Starts:
2 October 2017
Length:
10 weeks online
Effort:
7 - 10 hours per week
Price:
University:
University of Cape Town (UCT)
Language:
English

Introduction

Draw the right talent and ensure that employees are strategically aligned toward the organisation’s goals.

Ensuring that employees are satisfied and engaged is challenging for human resource managers in today’s complex work environment. Moreover, recruiting and selecting the right talent is becoming increasingly competitive as the HR industry grows.

Set yourself apart as a human resource professional with this highly practical online short course designed for working HR professionals, those aspiring toward a career in human resources, and operations and project managers.

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What will set you apart

A certified skill set to make you the best HR manager possible:

  • Explore the theoretical and practical applications of HR activities
  • Create an empowering work environment to maximise and align workforce efforts
  • Design and implement human resource policies and procedures
  • Update your existing HR skill set, manage change, and maximise employee wellbeing and productivity
  • Enhance your career opportunities by improving your ability to do the same for others

Course curriculum

Only 13% of employees are engaged worldwide.1 Learn to use HR management techniques to increase engagement and, consequently, productivity and workforce morale, with this human resources management short course.

  • Orientation module: Welcome to your Online Campus
  • Course Module 1: A career in HR
  • Course Module 2: Human Resource Management and Statutory Requirements
  • Course Module 3: Human Resource Systems, Policies and Procedures
  • Course Module 4: Recruitment, Selection, Assessment and On-boarding
  • Course Module 5: Performance Management
  • Course Module 6: Human Resource Management as the Custodian of Change
  • Course Module 7: Employee Wellbeing and Organisational Health and Safety
  • Course Module 8: Facilitating Training and Development
  • Course Module 9: Rewarding, Incentivising and Retaining Employees
  • Course Module 10: Strategic Human Resource Management

Earn a certificate from the University of Cape Town (UCT)

On completion of this course you earn a certificate from a top-tier university as powerful proof of your new competencies and use it to set yourself apart from the rest and get recognised in the job market.

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Kyle goate

“It has assisted me in further creating structure in the way I manage and lead a team. It’s also helped create a clear path in the right direction to becoming a more all-rounded manager and leader in my organization.”

— KYLE GOATE, HUMAN RESOURCE (HR) MANAGEMENT ONLINE SHORT COURSE

Your teaching team

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Readiness test

This Readiness Test will help you assess your preparedness for this course by asking you a few quick questions relating to time management, technological requirements, your expectations, and the subject matter level - to help you confirm that this online course is the right fit for you.

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When do I start?

Our next available short course starts 2 October 2017.
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