CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Management Level 5
The CIPD's new Intermediate Certificate in Human Resource Practice provides knowledge and understanding of different HR models and practices, and the external factors that impact on organisations. The Intermediate Certificate provides the underpinning knowledge for CIPD Associate professional membership for individuals who:
- are seeking to develop a career in HR management and development
- are working in the field of HR management and development and need to extend their knowledge and skills
- have responsibility for implementing HR policies and strategies
- need to understand the role of HR in the wider organisational and environmental context.
As a management course, the Human Resources Intermediate Certificate is focused on the role of HR in building sustainable business success.
i. A sound understanding of how Human Resource activities support an organisation’s strategy and assist the achievement of business objectives.
ii. A broader perspective of the organisational issues facing those in charge of the management of people within organisations.
iii. An understanding of how to analyse Human Resource information and present findings to inform decision making.”
(Source: CIPD website: www.cipd.co.uk)
We provide tuition on Monday evenings at Ashford, starting on Monday 8 January 2018 with enrolment and induction. The classes run to term dates, so there will be a half term at the middle of February, plus Easter break of two weeks, plus half term in May/June. We will break at the end of July for the Summer holiday, starting again in September, the course will then continue until Christmas 2018.
In addition to teaching, individual tutorials are delivered usually on the day of teaching, but sometimes by mutual arrangement at other days and times. An assessment schedule will be provided at the start of the course along with a course handbook giving information about the College, the assessment process and other key information.
There is no external examination – all units are assessed by assignment which can take the form of reports, briefing notes, case studies, presentations or role play.
CIPD state a minimum attendance level, full details of which will be given at interview.