About This Course
Our Human Resource Management Level 4 qualification enables you to conveniently study at home and learn about leadership, management and organisational values as well as many other skills that meet the increasing demands from businesses for effective human resource management.
Studying this course will give you an understanding of the effects of conflict in the workplace and teach you to recognise personality types as well as different leadership styles in an organisation.
This course will assist your progression into a senior HR role whilst offering you the freedom to work at your own pace.
Your course materials will be delivered directly to you by email or post for your convenience and we have a team of friendly, experienced tutors to help and support you throughout the course.
Once your coursework is complete, simply send your assignments by post or email to your tutor.
Enrol today to equip yourself with greatly demanded skills that will boost your career opportunities and lead to long term success.
Unit 1: The Role of Human Resources in an Organisational Structure
- Introduction to Human Resource Management
- HRM within Organisational Structures
- The Roles and Responsibilities of a Human Resources Job
- Soft vs Hard HRM
Unit 2: Recruitment and Selection
- Identifying a Gap in Personnel
- Defining the Requirements of the Role
- Attracting Candidates
- Processing Applications
- Interviewing and Selecting Candidates
Unit 3: Offers, Contracts and the Onboarding Process
- Onboarding Process, Step by Step
- Making an Offer
- Written Statement of Terms and Conditions of Employment
- Contract Essentials
- Getting to Know and Understand New Employees
Unit 4: Reward and Benefits
- An Introduction to Pay
- PAYE and Payroll Management
- The Differences Between Reward and Total Reward
Unit 5: Performance Management, Disciplinaries and Grievances
- Setting Goals
- Measuring Performance
- How to Approach Performance Reviews
- Managing Poor Performance and Tackling Unwanted Behaviour
Unit 6: Managing People and Employee Development
- Why Soft HR Management Matters
- Motivation Theories
- Coaching, Training and Professional Development
- A Positive Workplace Culture
Unit 7: Retention
- Labour Turnover
- The Employment Cycle
- How to Lose People
- Advantages of Retention
Unit 8: Absence and Employee Health and Well-being
- Putting Health at the Heart of HR
- Beyond Reasonable Adjustments
- Absence and Absenteeism
Unit 9: Terminating Employment
- Reasons for Employment Termination
- Dismissal Rights
- Redundancy and Final Pay
No external examination is required for this course which is assessed by a series of assignments that are submitted to your tutor for marking.
This course, which takes around 120 hours to complete, can be started at any time and you have an entire year to complete it. This means that you can progress at your own pace without the worry of deadlines.
No prior knowledge of Human Resources is required for this course. You do not need a work placement or any other qualifications to start this course either.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive certification from National Institution of Qualifications (NIOQ) and a Learner Unit Summary (which details of all the units you have completed).
This course has been designed to meet the requirements of specific learners or employers. It is endorsed by National Institution of Qualifications, meaning the course has undergone external quality checks to ensure that they are maintained and delivered to an excellent standard.
National Institution of Qualifications are a national certificating organisation. Endorsement of our courses ensures learners have access to high quality materials that cover all learning outcomes, helping them to achieve their potential.
You will receive all course materials by email or post. Our expert tutors and student support team can be contacted by email at any time.