CURRICULUM - HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT


UNIT 1: THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

This unit will give students an understanding of how different organisations operate as well as the different relationships between businesses and operating environments, ranging in scale from the local to global. This unit will also discuss the role and influence of stakeholders.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 2: MANAGING FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND DECISIONS

This unit will help learners to develop an understanding of how to identify, locate and utilise sources of finance for a Business. Students will also develop skills that will allow interpretation of financial information to assist decision-making.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 3: ORGANISATIONS AND BEHAVIOUR

This unit examines both group and individual behaviour, exploring how the behaviour of the workforce is influenced by the structure and culture of the organisation. Covering both large and small organisations, this unit will help students understand how culture can change and be adapted.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 4: MARKETING PRINCIPLES

This unit will help provide students with skills and understanding of basic marketing concepts and principles. Beginning with the definitions or marketing, students will move onto learning how to analyse marketing needs at both macro and micro levels before learning how to develop a marketing mix that meets the requirements of the business.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 5: ASPECTS OF CONTRACT AND NEGLIGENCE FOR BUSINESS

This unit will give students an understanding of aspects of the law of contract and tort. There is a particular focus on the creation and operation of contracts in a business environment. Students will also study the obligations created by a contract, as well as the options in resolving an unfulfilled contract.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 6: BUSINESS DECISION MAKING

This unit helps students to learn about techniques of data gathering and storage. The unit then goes on to discuss analysis and presentation of information to facilitate decision making.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 7: BUSINESS STRATEGY

This unit will help students to understand how a business can develop and put into action strategic plans. This requires students to understand the probably future outcomes of the business’ industry and to develop plans accordingly.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 8: RESEARCH PROJECT

This unit is designed to help develop a student’s skills of critical analysis and research. The project can be of direct relevance to both the course and individual personal development. By the conclusion of this unit, students will understand the theoretical background of conducting research, but will also have practical experience in carrying out a significant research project.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 9: BUSINESS PSYCHOLOGY

Building on the previous unit, Organisations and Behaviour, this unit teaches students about how individual differences in staff members can affect the workplace dynamic and how to reduce negative impacts caused by organisational change.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 10: BUSINESS ETHICS

This unit introduces learners to the concept of business ethics and helps to describe its relevance in the modern working environment. Covering corporate social responsibility, this unit delves into human resources management, accounting and marketing.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 11: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

This unit is an introduction to the concepts of Human Resource Management in the United Kingdom, with particular focus on recruitment, retention and cessation. Whether you are experienced in HR and are seeking a refresher, or are new to the field and need an introduction, this unit sets you up for the remainder of the course.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 12: MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES

Following on from the introductory unit, the second specialist unit of the Human Resources pathway aims to further develop the student’s understanding of the theory and practice of the management of Human Resources. With a focus on recent developments in legislation, this unit also looks at issues that affect performance at work, such as illness and absenteeism.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 13: HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

The third unit on the Human Resources pathway, this unit focuses on developing the skills for creating and administering training. Covering a range of different training methods, students will learn how to select the most appropriate training after considering the goals of management, the cost of training and the current skill level of the staff.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 14: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

This unit aims to introduce students to how good employee relations can impact the success of a business and the changes to how businesses approach employee relations. Covering the impact of legislation, this unit also covers the resolution of industrial conflict.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 15: EMPLOYMENT LAW

Building on previous units, the Employment Law portion of the course will give students an understanding of the laws that are related to individual employment rights, discrimination and health and safety.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

UNIT 16: PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR BUSINESS

This unit aims to provide students with the understanding and skills related to project management, including principles of project management, methodologies and management techniques. Students learn how to plan, set up, control and execute a project, whist considering organisational factors such as human resources.

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:



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HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

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