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CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Practice

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Dorset College Dublin
Fee: 1500
Duration: 20 Weeks
Time: Tue & Thurs 06.30-09.30 p.m.
Course Locations: North Dublin City

Course Details

The Certificate in HR Practice (CHRP) provides a firm foundation in all areas of HR, as well as an understanding of HR in a business context.  Learners will develop practical, essential HR skills and above all, it will provide the confidence to be more effective at work and add value to your HR function.

Developing yourself as an effective HR or Learning and Development Practitioner
Develop a sound understanding of the knowledge, skills and behaviour required for a professional HR or Learning and Development practitioner.
Know how to deliver timely and effective HR services to meet user needs.
To be able to reflect on own practice and development needs, and maintain a plan for personal development.


Understanding Organisations and the Role of HR
An introduction to the role of HR and L and D operations in an organisation and environmental context.
Develop an understanding of HR activities support and organisation's strategy and assist the achievement of business objectives, and how these are shaped by internal and external factors.


Recording, Analysing and using HR Information
Develop an understanding of the important contribution that accurate data (stored manually or electronically) can make to the HR or L and D function.
Understanding the legal implications of storing personnel data.
To be able to record data and information and to interpretm, analyss and present information clearly and accurately in an appropriate format in support of decision making to meet organisation-wide objectives and support L and D solutions.


Optional Units
The remaining units (18 credits) can be selected from a range of professional areas, such as employment relations, resourcing, talent, supporting change, performance, mentoring, and reward. This will allow you to build a practical qualification that suits your specific professional needs.
 

Achieving the CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Practice CHRP certification is proof of your professional achievement, providing you with a solid credential leading to better job opportunities and a well defined career path.

Benefits of CIPD Human Resource Practice Qualification
It will provide a Professional Qualification with excellent academic opportunities
Provide the skills, knowledge and competence required for a role in personnel practice
It will provide and enhance promotional opportunities.
Understand and demonstrate the key issues that impact on the personnel function.
Assists graduates in gaining associate membership of the CIPD-Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

CIPD qualifications and membership will provide the skills and knowledge that Employers need and enable you to work effectively and with confidence in HR.

 

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