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This is a practical, hands-on course that develops knowledge, skills and professional practice for a human resources (HR) career.
In the Certificate IV in Human Resources students develop skills and knowledge of human resource (HR) operations.
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This qualification reflects the role of individuals working in a variety of roles within the human resources sector who have a sound theoretical knowledge base in human resources management and demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that human resources functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or business area.
Course Details Reveal content for Course Details This qualification is suitable for individuals working in a range of human resources management positions.
This program gives you a strong foundation in business and develops your people skills.
If you’re naturally a people-person and strive to be a leader within a business, an online degree in human resources might be for you.
This course takes advantage of the strengths of a business-oriented degree while meeting the contemporary organisational leadership needs of the 21st Century.
The term 'Training and Development' describes the intersection of adult education and training with individual and organisational development.
Learn from real-world lecturers about recruitment and selection practices, performance and reward systems, employment relations and staff development.
All organisations need great leaders to empower and motivate staff and to guide the business through the complexities of the modern economic environment.
Our Bachelor of Human Services (Human Resource Management) will put you on the right path to understanding community development and welfare from a wide range of perspectives from within Australia and globally.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Science (Psychological Science and Human Resource Management) at Curtin University.
Use your knowledge in psychology to help resolve issues in the workplace, recruit and engage employees, and improve individual and team performance.
This double degree is designed to provide a basis in and appreciation of the scientific discipline of psychology as well as the human resource management and industrial relations professions.
The Bachelor of Business (Honours) provides high-achieving undergraduate students with analytical, theoretical and empirical skills that differentiate them from other graduates.
Success in a modern business environment is often talked of in terms of leadership, workplace culture and the health and wellbeing of employees.
In USQ’s Bachelor of Human Services (Human Resource Management) your learning will focus on organisational structures and processes including community development and welfare.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Business Leadership and Commerce at Macquarie University.
Gain a competitive edge by combining law with human resource management and graduate with two degrees in just five years.
This degree provides a balance of courses in psychology theory, counselling, workplace culture, and staff health and wellbeing.
Blend politics, law, sociology, economics, history and more as you investigate and challenge the policies and institutions designed to help both employers and employees get the most out of their relationship.
You will study topics such as organisational behaviour, employment relations systems and processes, human resource planning, recruitment and selection, performance management, training and development, occupational health and safety, work organisation, negotiation and conflict resolution, all of which give you valuable skills as an employee in any industry.
The Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) incorporates a range of specialist subjects related to the human resource management functions (such as organisational behaviour, change management and leadership) to enhance your employability, meet industry needs and help broaden your career horizons after graduation.
Human Resources (HR) is the management of people within organisations and their employment relationships.