Human Resources QQI Level 5 (Online Course) Tuesday

This course will take place fully online

Delivery Method - Online, Access to a Tablet or Computer with a broadband connection is required. 

Important Notice:  The approach to delivery may have to be adjusted at short notice depending on advice from the Government.

Course Name - Human Resources 5N3586

Award - Certificate in Human Resources (5N3586)

Course Overview

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skills and competence to understand the role of Human Resource Management within an organisation and to apply these concepts in the workplace.

Course Objectives

  • To enable the learner to develop an understanding of the fundamental concepts of Human Resource Management within an organisation
  • To enable the learner develop an appreciation of the contribution Human Resource management can make to the overall success of the organisation
  • To facilitate the learner demonstrate an awareness of the various Human Resource processes which could be implemented in an organisation
  • To allow the learner develop communication skills to participate effectively in a Human Resources environment
  • To assist the learner to develop the academic and vocational language, literacy and numeracy skills related to Human Resource management through the medium of the indicative content
  • To assist the learner to source and research relevant material that forms the basis of Human Resource work
  • To enable the learner to take responsibility for his/her own learning.

Course Outcomes

  • Explore the development of the role and function of Human Resources within an organisation
  • Examine the stages in the Human Resource planning process
  • Outline the procedures involved in the recruitment and selection process
  • Explore the process of recruitment selection, focusing on the range of strategies available to the employer
  • Examine the role of training and development, assessing the overall contribution it makes to an organisation’s effectiveness
  • Explore motivation theories and techniques and their application in the workplace
  • Explore the importance of performance management strategies, identifying a variety of techniques available to the employer
  • Outline a range of health, safety at work and welfare facilities and supports which can be provided by employers
  • Explore grievance, discipline and conflict resolution procedures
  • Outline the main features of Employment Legislation
  • Apply a broad range of Human Resource Management skills and tools to Human Resource Management operations
  • Utilise relevant Human Resource materials to provide solutions to well-defined scenarios
  • Communicate Human Resources information and documentation to employer and employees
  • Implement Human Resources theory and techniques to fulfill Human Resource objectives for an organisation
  • Participate effectively within a group or team using Human Resource Management tools and strategies
  • Evaluate own performance