A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.
Spanning 23 countries, North America is continent filled with educational opportunity. Students have the opportunity to learn multiple languages and develop an understanding of vastly different cultures.
View all Course Studies in Human Resource Management in North America 2017
Keyin College now offers a three-year Business Management/Human Resource Management program that incorporates all facets of business and financial management, marketing, communicative, managerial, and technological skills, enterprise development, and entrepreneurship. It is highly case-driven curriculum, allowing students the opportunity to apply the various management skills they will acquire throughout the duration of the program. [+]
In the midst of a rapid growth and dramatic change, organizations have started to recognize the immediate need to focus company resources on the development of a new generation of leaders both for company assets recently acquired and those expanding internally as well as for future expansion and long-term success. [+]
Total 2013 U.S. training expenditures was reported 55.4 billion USD while the year before was 55.8 billion. This is a huge amount and while we make management accountable for every cent, they will need to ensure training delivery meets the expected quality. [+]
If human capital is the most important asset of any organization, human resources management is central to organizational success. Graduates of this program contribute to the success of diverse [+]
Course - Human Resources Management
If human capital is the most important asset of any organization, human resources management is central to organizational success.
Graduates of this program contribute to the success of diverse organizations by taking such entry-level positions as:Recruitment Coordinator Human resources generalist Labour relations officer Occupational health and safety co-ordinator Pension and benefit administrator Recruiter Training and development co-ordinator Benefits coordinator Compensation specialist
The NC DifferenceProgram complements prior education in other disciplines Professors are human resources practitioners and experts in the field Program Outline includes work experience component Courses required to write the National Knowledge Examination (NKE) required for the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation must have an overall average of 70, with no marks below 65. ... [-]
Advance your HR Career—expand your human resource knowledge and prepare for HR certification. [+]
Professional Human Resource Management Review
Advance your HR Career—expand your human resource knowledge and prepare for HR certification.
If you’ve been planning to enhance your HR skills and knowledge and prepare for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR®) or Senior Professional inHuman Resources (SPHR®) designation, now is the time to enroll in our PHRM course.
We offer this program in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The curriculum covers the newly updated 2007 HRCIbody of knowledge which develops competencies and decision-making skills demanded of the profession.
As a certification preparation program, it consistently beats the national pass rate.... [-]