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Human Resource Management

A course refers to a specialized study program. It usually takes place on campus but can be delivered online. Courses are popular for people who want to get specific knowledge in one subject.

To study human resource management is to prepare oneself for managing and leading employees at various kinds of organizations. When working toward this kind of degree, students take classes that focus on different aspects of the field, such as creating ROIs, conflict management, labor relations, and building work teams.

 

Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.

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Executive program online in human resources, talent management and human resources

Institute For Advanced Management (IAM)
Online Full time 330 hours March 2019 Spain Madrid

Effectively leads teams and manages the talent of your company. [+]

Effectively leads teams and manages the talent of your company.

In the current business and social environment, excellence and innovation are key in the organizational transformation. A change in the leadership and management of people who need trained professionals is taking place simultaneously. It is a firm commitment to talent, leadership, people management, innovation and networking.

The online methodology allows you to make your training compatible with your day to day. No travel, from anywhere. With a current and practical approach. So you can apply your knowledge from the first day.

Start date: March 5, 2018 Duration: 330h Modality: Online Qualification: Executive Program in Human Resources, Talent Management and Leadership Curriculum: The use of data (KPIs and HR analytics). Organizational culture and commitment (Engagement and organizational support) The experience of the candidate in the incorporation (Candidate experiencie + on boarding) Performance evaluation (Performance Management) Identification and development of talent (development and talent). Compensation and Benefits (retribution) Diversity management Digital HR (digital) De-linking Management of the outputs (Role-Play unlinking) Personal Branding Contrast in the different sectors Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR, Ethical Principles) Former Students ... [-]

Training of trainers ihk

Hotelfernschule Poppe+Neumann
Online Full time 6 months October 2019 Germany Germany Online

The future of the hospitality industry to help shape, to counteract the shortage of skilled workers to work in a hotel and restaurant industry operating as an instructor / to the qualifications of training of trainers is not only essential but also mandatory. [+]

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The future of the hospitality industry to help shape, to counteract the shortage of skilled workers to work in a hotel and restaurant industry operating as an instructor / to the qualifications of training of trainers is not only essential but also mandatory.

The participants of the seminar on "AdA bill" regularly feature outstanding exam results and as a qualified leader. The AdA bill is to be completed both as a standalone measure and as part of the Master / Business Administrator exam in a combination package.

perspectives

The growing demands on the hospitality industry require a versatile and in-depth knowledge of the employees and managers. In addition to the actual profession crafts and labor educational qualifications are required to be obtained only through professional development. Because in order to act as trainers in the hospitality industry to the instructor aptitude test is essential because it is legally binding since August of 2009. Entitled trainers / -in IHK you not only meet the legal qualification but also apply to your trainees as a competent partner in order to prepare the specialists of tomorrow on their professional life. In addition, the successfully completed aptitude examinations is one of the admission requirements for upgrading training (Master / business administrator in the hospitality industry).... [-]


Strategic human resource management

ADEN Business School
Online Part time February 2019 Argentina Mendoza Panama Panama City Colombia Bogotá Medellín Guatemala Guatemala City Ecuador Quito Costa Rica San José El Salvador San Salvador San Miguel de Tucumán Honduras San Pedro Sula Tegucigalpa Bolivia Santa Cruz de la Sierra Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Paraguay Asuncion Nicaragua Managua Chile Santiago Peru Lima Mexico Buenavista Buenos Aires Cali Spain Barcelona Madrid Barreal Resistencia Neuquen + 38 more

A comprehensive training to add value to the organization through the results of its people. This program deepens the development of management skills and leadership, focused on continuous improvement of quantitative and qualitative strategic management of human resources variables. It provides a solid training policies aimed at developing human capital development ... [+]

A comprehensive training to add value to the organization through the results of its people. This program deepens the development of management skills and leadership, focused on continuous improvement of quantitative and qualitative strategic management of human resources variables. It provides a solid training policies aimed at developing human capital development, aligned to organizational objectives.

At the end of the program, the student will have acquired the knowledge and skills for handling tools that allow you to develop a plan for managing people, aimed at creating conditions of competitiveness, motivation, integration, growth, achievement and working environment, properly handling the dynamics imposed by economic and social changes in the local and international context. The development of this program that takes the human resource management of an organization, and in turn necessarily integrated into current knowledge of advanced management central challenge, allows the graduate to develop a momentous action, diagnosing, assessing and applying their knowledge in all levels of management, with tools that allow you to monitor cultural changes, values ​​and skills development.... [-]


Dees assistant human resources management

Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Communication et de Gestion
Campus Full time 12 months September 2019 France Nice Cannes-et-Clairan Agde + 2 more

Train future HR professionals that aims to DEES. [+]

EUROPEAN DIPLOMA OF HIGHER EDUCATION ASSISTANT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

CANDIDATE PROFILE

Discretion Method, rigor, organization Dynamism, creativity, initiative, Adaptability, Sense of dialogue, listening skills, Communication skills and teamwork .

ONE YEAR PROGRAMME

Europe, uniqueness values, cultural diversity

History and civilization - Cultures and Religions, practices and policies of European states - Geopolitics - Europe in the world - The European citizen:

European integration, institutions within the international framework Intercultural management and human resources

Intercultural management: - Human Resources in Europe:

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HR Management Course - CPD & IAO Accredited

iStudy
Online Full time Part time Open Enrollment United Kingdom London

Online guide to Human Resource Management Nowadays human resources play a major part in any companies stride to move forward. If you like interacting with people then you would have a fruitful career in Human Resource Management and this course is meant just for you. The human resource manager proactively advises on best practice HR and where necessary takes a hands-on role in dealing with casework. The HR manager supports the people management functions that underpin the business culture. HR covers everything from training and recruitment, pensions, compensation, benefits, and payroll and redundancy to implementing employment law and relocation packages. Often involved in the execution of significant business change, HR professionals liaise with senior management on a daily basis to coordinate their organization’s running. It is important that you have effective leaders in your workplace to empower and influence your people to achieve business and team goals. This course will provide you with guidelines on how to be a successful Human Resource Manager. So don’t wait any longer, get the qualification you need. [+]

Course Highlights

HR Management Course is an award-winning and the best selling course that has been given the CPD Certification & CiQ GOLD accreditation. It is the most suitable course anyone looking to work in this or relevant sector.

It is considered one of the perfect courses in the UK that can help students/learners to get familiar with the topic and gain necessary skills to perform well in this field. We have packed HR Management Course into several modules for teaching you everything you need to become successful in this profession.

To provide you ease of access, this course is designed for both part-time and full-time students. You can become accredited in just 20/30 hours and it is also possible to study at your own pace.... [-]


Hiring for Success: Competency Based Interviewing

Churchill Square Training And Development
Online Full time 2 days Open Enrollment United Kingdom Portsmouth

How do you separate the good from the great, when they have similar work experience and strengths to offer? This two-day workshop will give you the skills and tools to hire successful candidates. [+]

Course Summary

Interviewing sounds easy enough: you arrange for a conversation between you and potential candidates and then select the best person for a particular position. But what if you could refine the process in such a way that you were confident that you are selecting the right person? How do you separate the good from the great, when they have similar work experience and strengths to offer? This two-day workshop will give you the skills and tools to hire successful candidates.

What students learn How to recognize the costs incurred by an organization when a wrong hiring decision is made How to prepare better job advertisements and use a variety of markets How to develop a job analysis and position profile How to use traditional, behavioral, achievement-oriented, holistic, and situational (critical incident) interview questions Communication skills that are essential for a skilled recruiter How to effectively interview difficult applicants Ways to check references more effectively Basic employment and human rights laws that can affect the hiring process What's included History of the interviewing process Job analysis and position profiles Finding candidates and advertising guidelines Screening resumes and performance assessments Problems recruiters face and interviewing barriers Non-verbal communication and types of questions Traditional vs. behavioral interviews The critical incident technique Difficult applicants Interview preparation and format Scoring responses and checking references Human rights [-]

HR for Non-HR Managers

Churchill Square Training And Development
Online Full time 3 days Open Enrollment United Kingdom Portsmouth

This three-day workshop will introduce those managers to human resource concepts. [+]

Course Summary

In today’s fast-moving world, many managers and supervisors are expected to deal with some human resource issues. They may be asked to take part in developing job descriptions, take part in interviews, or take responsibility for discipline.

This three-day workshop will introduce those managers to human resource concepts. We will walk you through the hiring process, from performing a skills inventory to conducting the interview; discuss orientation; and cover some issues that arise after the hiring (such as diversity issues, compensation, and discipline).

What students learn Discuss current issues in the human resource field and the changing role of supervisors and managers in terms of HR functions. Get new employees off to a good start. Understand compensation and benefits. Maintain healthy employee relations. Make performance appraisals a cooperative process. What's included Defining human resources Finding candidates and advertising guidelines Preparing for and conducting the interview Employee orientation and onboarding Planning training and external providers Performance reviews Attendance management and diversity Privacy issues and compensation and benefits Managing disciplinary issues and termination Exit interviews [-]

Age Management in Work Organizations Course

NIVA Education
Campus Part time 2 days Finland Helsinki

This course will focus on age management practices in work organizations comprising not only organizational level activities, such as top management, HR-policy and line-management practices, but also individual level activities, such as peer-support groups, self-help tools and work ability coaching. [+]

This course will focus on age management practices in work organizations comprising not only organizational level activities, such as top management, HR-policy and line-management practices, but also individual level activities, such as peer-support groups, self-help tools and work ability coaching. The purpose of the course is to provide participants clear insights of current empirical evidence of effectiveness of organizational and individual level activities in supporting longer and better working careers. Participants will gain understanding of theoretical background concepts and their practical application in form of concrete tools for work organizations as part of age management practices.... [-]


Diversity and Inclusion Management Course

NIVA Education
Campus Full time 3 days Norway Oslo

Diversity management can be seen as an internal process aiming at creating a positive work environment by taking individual differences into consideration. Diversity is about acceptance and respect. On the other hand, diversity is also a cause of misunderstanding, suspicion and conflict in the workplace that can result in absenteeism, poor quality, low morale and loss of competitiveness. [+]

Diversity and Inclusion Management – tools for creating fruitful work environment, organization culture and competitive advantage

Diversity management can be seen as an internal process aiming at creating a positive work environment by taking individual differences into consideration. Diversity is about acceptance and respect. On the other hand, diversity is also a cause of misunderstanding, suspicion and conflict in the workplace that can result in absenteeism, poor quality, low morale and loss of competitiveness.

Course objectives

Diversity is seen as something that is good for business and for the work environment. According to the diversity paradigm, a diverse workforce should be considered a competitive advantage. In a constantly changing world organizations need to adapt to rapidly changing markets. A workforce mirroring the structure of the market is able to react swiftly to evolving environments.... [-]


Human Factors in Arctic Work Course

NIVA Education
Campus Full time 3 days Finland Helsinki

This course will discuss the special risks of work in the Arctic environment. The participants will learn about the solutions for minimizing the risks in different occupations. [+]

This course will discuss the special risks of work in the Arctic environment. The participants will learn about the solutions for minimizing the risks in different occupations.

Course objectives

To provide participants with knowledge of the special risks of the work in the Arctic environment and the solutions for minimizing the risks in different occupations.

Target group

OHS and HR personnel in Arctic companies

Course outline

Lectures and team work

Main topics Effects of cold on humans Protection against the cold Performance in the cold Shift work Offshore work Mining work Work in the heights Background

Both the work and the climate is changing in the Arctic regions. Workers have to adapt to new occupations and migratory workers have to adapt to a new environment and a new climate as well. In spite of global warming, cold stress will remain a special risk in Arctic work, together with long distances and huge seasonal variation in light. There are however common and industrial branch specific solutions for maintaining well-being, health and safety in the Arctic.... [-]


High Performance People Skills for Leaders

London Business School
Campus Part time 6 days August 2019 United Kingdom London

High-Performance People Skills for Leaders will help you to understand the impact that you have on other people and show you how you can develop strategies to improve your people skills. [+]

Programme overview'Achieve success through maximising people skills.'

High-Performance People Skills for Leaders will help you to understand the impact that you have on other people and show you how you can develop strategies to improve your people skills.

This is a hands-on, practical leadership development programme that creates a supportive learning environment in which you can examine and discuss the challenges and successes you face in the day-to-day management of your staff.

The week's schedule for your leadership development ensures that your individual learning needs and management challenges are recognised.

The intensive leadership development programme is challenging and demanding. For some it can represent a new beginning in their professional lives.... [-]


Advanced Strategic Human Resource Management

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks April 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this Human Resources training and development course, you will be able to understand the strategic nature of HR. [+]

Key Information Course Code: HR101 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4145 Course outline The Strategic Role of HR The strategic nature of HR The strategic business partner model The strategic role of HR directors The strategic role of heads of HR functions Organisational Development Strategy Organisational development activities Formulating and implementing an organizational development strategy Culture change Human Capital Management (HCM) Strategy Aims of HCM The role of HCM strategy The link between HCM and business strategy Developing an HCM strategy Knowledge Management Strategy The process of knowledge management Sources and types of knowledge Approaches to the development of knowledge management strategies Components of a knowledge management strategy Performance Management Strategy The nature of a performance management system Performance management activities Implementation problems The nature of performance management strategy Employee Engagement Strategy What is engagement? Why is engagement important? What are the factors that influence employee engagement? The nature and content of employee engagement strategy Resourcing Strategy Integrating business and resourcing strategies The components of employee resourcing strategy Workforce planning Resourcing plans Retention strategy Talent Management Strategy Strategic talent management What is talent? Talent management strategy Learning and Development Strategy Elements of learning and development Strategy for creating a learning culture Organisational learning strategy Individual learning strategy Reward Strategy Why have a reward strategy? Characteristics of reward strategy Guiding principles Developing a reward strategy Target audience HR directors Heads of HR functions HR business partners Senior HR executives, managers, advisors, and officers who wish to contribute to the development and implementation... [-]

Advanced Resourcing and Talent Management

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks January 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand how to undertake and evaluate long- and short-term talent planning and succession planning exercises with a view to building long-term organizational performance. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2019. Key Information Course Code: HR104 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4045 Course outline Human Resource Planning Stages in traditional human resource planning Forecasting future demand for human resources Forecasting internal supply Forecasting external supply Job Analysis and Job Design Managing vacancy scenarios Job analysis Competency frameworks Job design Recruitment Internal and external recruitment Advertising in the printed media Online recruitment Social media Alternative recruitment methods Selection: The Classic Trio Application forms Shortlisting Interviews Employment references Advanced Methods of Employee Selection Biodata Ability testing Personality testing Assessment centers The New Employee Contracts of employment Specific contractual terms The psychological contract Induction Succession Planning What is succession planning? Traditional approaches Contemporary approaches Alumni Measuring and Analysing Employee Turnover Defining voluntary turnover Does turnover matter? Measuring turnover Costing turnover Benchmarking turnover Improving Employee Retention Reducing turnover Employee retention and reward Employee retention and developmental opportunities Employee retention and effective line management Resourcing and Talent Management Strategies Taking a strategic approach Aligning HR practices with business strategy Competing in the labor market Talent management strategies Target audience ... [-]

Advanced Human Resource Practice

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks March 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the broader aspects surrounding the HR function, as well as the wide range of activities involved in its execution. [+]

Key Information Course Code: HR103 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4045 Course outline The Organisational Context Characteristics of organizations What should an HR practitioner achieve? Organising the HR function Trade unions Job Analysis Jobs with repetitive activities Administrative and technical work, and delivery of services Professional and managerial jobs The organization chart Job evaluation Recruitment and Selection Workforce planning The recruitment and selection process Making the appointment Induction Evaluation Performance Management Performance management vs. performance appraisal Motivation Interviewing skills Reward Pay systems and structures Linking pay with performance Non-pay rewards Making pay decisions Employee Relations Discipline Capability Handling grievances Employee voice and employee engagement The psychological contract Learning and Development The learning cycle Levels of learning need analysis Learning and development plans Implementing learning and development activities Information and Communication Technology in HR Why are records important in HR Manual and computerized records Information and consultation Confidentiality, openness, and social media Change in Organisations Approaches to change Managing change The impact of change on individuals Supporting employees through change Personal Effectiveness Communications Negotiating, influencing and persuading Assertiveness Emotional intelligence, empathy, and resilience Continuous professional development Target audience HR officers and managers who are newly appointed to the role and who lack previous generalist experience. HR assistants, administrators and PAs who support more senior HR staff. Employees working for new but rapidly expanding organizations who acquire responsibility for establishing and formalizing HR policies, procedures, and practices. Staff who work in HR-related areas. Staff who work in specialist areas of HR practice, such... [-]

Advanced Human Resource Management

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks February 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the multiple meanings of HRM, the relationship between strategy and HRM, and the value of seeing the strategy in terms of multiple stakeholders. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2019. Key Information Course Code: HR102 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4095 Course outline HRM, Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility The meaning of human resource management Business and corporate strategies Stakeholders and corporate responsibility High-Commitment HRM Policy and Practice An outline of high-commitment HR policies and practices Bundles of human resource practices Is high-commitment HRM universally applicable? Aligning HRM with Organisational Goals Contingency theory and best fit ‘Best fit’ HRM Limitations of best-fit / contingency models The resource-based view of HRM and the ‘architecture’ Applying RBV and architecture models to HRM The Role of the HR function in Changing Times The development of HR as a specialist function Analysing the role of the HR function New forms of delivery: outsourcing, shared service centers and E-HRM Assessing the contribution of the HR function Line Managers, Leadership and HRM Increasing the line management responsibility for HRM Problems with devolving HRM to line managers Developing line managers to provide effective HRM Leadership Resourcing and Talent Management Human resource planning, turnover, and retention Talent management Defining jobs and creating person specifications Recruitment methods Differing paradigms of selection Performance Management Performance management systems Induction and employee socialization Performance review Reinforcing performance standards Learning and Knowledge Development The process of learning The training cycle A review of some contemporary L&D interventions Managing knowledge Employee Involvement and Participation: Creating Engagement and Voice in the Workplace The meaning of employee involvement and participation From direct EIP to employee engagement Representative participation The... [-]