Human Resources Management Course
This program will equip students with management concepts and strategic applications, workplace health and safety regulations, and workforce planning.
This course is a comprehensive study of Human Resource Management principals and body of knowledge.
Students will learn the historical perspective of the profession, management concepts and strategic applications, workplace health and safety regulations and workforce planning. The program targets professionals seeking to obtain a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
American Heritage College awards a certificate of completion to students who successfully complete all the required courses for the program.
High School Diploma or its equivalent (GED) is required and some professional work experience in Human Resources is recommended.
- Students who complete all assessments will be awarded a certificate of completion.
- Manage business information using the appropriate software.
- Demonstrate effective business communication skills.
- Prepare or develop strategic or organizational skills.
- Identify, classify and demonstrate management activities.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of human resources management.
- Identify recruitment and staffing concepts and techniques.
- Demonstrate an understanding of compensation and benefits administration.
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic employment law.
HRM 101: Introduction to the Strategic Role of Human Resources in Organizations
- Introduce the evolving role of the Human Resources Professional
- Human Resources Business Management Skills
- The Strategic Planning Process
HRM 102: Workforce Planning and Employment
- Key Legislation affecting employee rights
- Gender discrimination and harassment in the workplace
- Organizational staffing requirement
HRM 103: Human Resource Development
- Human Resource development and the organization
- Key Legislation affecting Human Resource Development
- Training and Development Programs
HRM 104: Compensation and Benefits
- Key compensation legislation
- Objectives of a compensation and benefits system
- Compensation structures
HRM 105: Employee and Labor Relations
- Laws affecting employee and labor relations
- Organizational Culture and employee relations
- Employee involvement strategies
HRM 106: Risk Management
- Organizational risk and management defined
- Occupational Safety and Health Act
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