This unit of study is designed to provide comprehensive coverage of specific and essential aspects of human resource management. Topics include managing people and employee relations, performance management, recruitment and selection of staff, training and development. This unit of study also covers dealing with grievance and disciplinary matters, conflict negotiation, dispute resolution and managing workforce diversity. Relevant legislative requirements such as equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination are addressed.
|Human Resource Management|
|Unit of study code||302|
|Availability||Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management
GC single unit of study
|Hours of study||150|
|Co-ordinated by||Ashley Page MACN|
|Content||Intended learning outcomes for this subject/program
After completing this subject, the learner will be able to:-
|Type of assessment
Note the completed assessment item (e.g. Assessment 1: Online discussion)
(% of total marks)
|When assessed – academic week
(e.g. Week 8)
|Theme 1: Human resource management||a) analyse human resource management practices||Assessment 1: Online discussions x3||10%||2, 5, 8|
|Theme 2: Determining, recruiting, selecting and retaining||b) discuss the importance of industrial relations and workplace health and safety to the organisation||Assessment 2: Literature review (2,000 words)||40%||6|
|Theme 3: Developing people – workforce development||c) plan strategies for recruitment and retention of staff||Assessment 3: Essay (2,500 words)||50%||10|
|Theme 4: Contemporary issues in human resource management||d) assess training and development needs of staff and evaluate outcomes|
|e) conduct a performance management interview and build a performance plan|
|f) examine conflict and grievance management|
|g) evaluate the importance of flexible work practices and ‘work-life’ balance.|
Human Resource Management (302) is a Tier 1 unit.
|Tiers||2019 Non-member price||2019 Member price (10% discount)||2020 Non-member price||2020 Member price (10% discount)|
*Fees are subject to change without notice.