Level 5 Certificate in Human Resource Management CIPD
The CIPD is the professional body for HR and people development and offers professional training and accreditation for those working in HR and learning and development.
This qualification is for you if you are working in or seeking to develop a career in Human Resources (HR) management and development, and need to extend your knowledge and skills. It is also aimed at those who have responsibility for implementing HR policies and strategies.
You will study a combination of core and optional units.
Core units include:
- Developing Professional Practice
- Business Issues and the Context of HR
- Using Information in HR
- Resources and Talen Planning
- Improving Organisational Performance
- Contemporary Developments in HR
A range of learning and assessment methods will be used to help develop your knowledge, analytical and problem solving skills. You will be required to complete a variety of assessment tasks for each unit of study to ensure the assessment criteria for that unit are successfully met. This can involve a wide range of assessment activities and methods, all of which are related to the workplace/organisational context.
Ideally you should have completed a CIPD foundation level qualification (Certificate in HR Practice, or the Certificate in Personnel Practice, CPP). Alternatively, you may have studied at foundation degree or undergraduate level previously, or have experience as an HR professional at managerial level. The course tutor will undertake an informal interview/discussion with you in order to determine the most appropriate level of study.
The course fee is £1,450.
CIPD membership: Please note it is a requirement of CIPD that learners join the Institute.
Need help choosing the right career path? You’ll be given a series of activities related to a work environment. Your job is to slide the scale to the left or right depending on how much you like or dislike the given activity. You will receive recommendations based on your selections.
Fees and funding
If you are aged 16-18 and applying for a full-time programme, then you will not have to pay for your course. If you are aged 19+ then there may be a fee for your course.
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