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CIPD Level 5 Intermediate Diploma in Human Resource Management

The Higher Apprenticeship in Human Resource Management incorporates a Level 5 qualification which is the equivalent level to a second year of university and provides the apprentice with a comprehensive understanding of the HR function along with the practical experience of working in a HR environment. It covers:

- Understanding of the HR function
- Employment law
- Using research approaches in HR
- Developing professional practice

A series of optional units are offered which include:

- Resourcing and talent management
- Improving organisational and individual performance
- Employee engagement
- Employee relations
- Human resource development
- Coaching and mentoring

 

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  • 5 GCSE Grades C or above including Maths and English. 
  • Possess a degree or 2 A-levels or CIPD Foundation Certificate in HRP or CIPD Certificate in Personnel Practice
  • Held a previous or current role in HR, alternatively, Line management experience.
  • All applicants will require an initial assessment and interview

Level 7 - Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management leading to Professional Status and opportunity to apply for Chartered Membership of the CIPD. i.e. the designatory letters Chartered MCIPD.

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Basic Information

Course Code N01P5HRM9P
Location Wisemore Campus
Level Level 5
Type Part-Time
Fee Fees: £2000, Exam/reg fee: £75, Other fees: £10 Learning Pass with Photocopying & Printing Credit
Start Date Sep 16 2019

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