BSB50615 - Diploma of Human Resources Management (Release 2)
Face to face: 9 days
Amount of training: 465 hours (72 hours face to face + 381 hours self-paced learning and assessment)
Qualification completion timeframe: 12 months
This course will provide candidates with a solid foundation across the human resources management discipline.
The Diploma of Human Resources Management provides students with contemporary skills and knowledge in human resources management to advance their career. This practical course prepares graduates for a range of Human Resources roles.
It is highly recommended for current generalist HR or specialists who wish to obtain a formal qualification in their field. This course is for people who want to develop the required knowledge and skills to effectively manage a HR function and develop skills:
- technical skills in areas like recruitment and selection, project management, workforce planning and health and safety
- personal effectiveness, people performance and employee relations skills
- change management and strategic direction
Units of Competency
- BSBHRM501 - Manage human resources services
- BSBHRM502 - Manage human resources management information systems
- BSBHRM506 - Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
- BSBHRM512 - Develop and manage performance-management processes
- BSBHRM513 - Manage workforce planning
- BSBLED502 - Manage programs that promote personal effectiveness
- BSBPMG522 - Undertake project work
- BSBWHS401 - Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
- BSBWRK510 - Manage employee relations
Human resources staff, managers and leaders who have responsibility or who want to develop capability to:
- drive change in the workplace
- develop analytical skills and strategic thinking
- comply with legislation and statutory requirements
- recruit and induct staff
- manage the performance of others.
This course includes foundation skills as prescribed in each unit of competency. Foundation skills are a combination of English language, literacy and numeracy skills (LLN) - listening, speaking, reading, digital literacy and use of mathematical ideas, together with employability skills such as collaboration, problem solving, self-management, learning, and information and communication technology (ICT) skills required for participation in modern workplaces and contemporary life.
The course will be delivered over nine (9) days of face-to-face workshops and will be led by our experienced trainers.
Each session contains a participant workbook that includes a series of theories and models, accompanying information, additional reading, written activities, reflective tasks and PowerPoint slides as well as the formal assessment.
We offer students up to 12 months to complete the BSB50615 - Diploma of Human Resources Management qualification. The course can be completed earlier depending on experience and recognition of prior learning.
RPL and Credit Transfer
Institute of Management can formally recognise a student's existing level of skills and knowledge in two ways:
- Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
- Credit transfer
The objective of the assessment process is to help students consolidate and build on the formal learning delivery of the Diploma of Human Resources Management course, through the application of learning into their current or future work role.
These assessments are designed to cover a range of skills and knowledge required to demonstrate achievement of the course objectives. Our aim is to collect workplace evidence on a number of occasions and in a variety of contexts and situations.
On successful completion of this qualification participants will be able to:
- provide leadership to their team
- develop their work team capabilities and performance
- communicate effectively in the workplace
- manage workplace conflict
- manage performance
- facilitate and manage workplace change
- use emotional intelligence effectively.
Requirements to receive the Qualification
This course requires the completion of nine (9) units of competency made up of 6 core units and 3 elective units.
Pathways from the Qualification
After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake:
- BSB61015 - Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management
- BSB60915 - Advanced Diploma of Management (Human Resources)
- Other Advanced Diploma qualifications.
BSBHRM501 - Manage human resources services
- Determine strategies for delivery of human resources
- Manage delivery of human resources services and integration of business ethics in human resource
- Evaluate human resources service delivery
BSBHRM512 - Develop and manage performance management processes
- Develop integrated performance - management
- Facilitate the implementation of performance management processes
- Coordinate individual or group learning and
BSBHRM513 - Manage workforce planning
- Research workforce requirements
- Develop workforce objectives and strategies
- Implement initiatives to support workforce planning objectives
- Monitor and evaluate workforce trends
BSBHRM506 - Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
- Develop recruitment, selection and induction policies
- Recruit and select staff
- Manage staff induction
BSBWRK510 - Manage employee relations
- Develop employee and industrial relations policies
- Implement employee relations policies and plans
- Manage negotiations to resolve conflict
BSBWHS401 - Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
- Provide information to work team about WHS policy and
- Implement and monitor: participation arrangement for
managing WHS; organisational procedures for providing WHS training; organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards and assessing and controlling risks; organisational procedures for maintaining WHS records for the team
BSBLED502 - Manage programs that promote personal effectiveness
- research and analyse employee health issues
- plan health and wellbeing programs
- implement, administer and monitor program/s
- evaluate programs
BSBHRM502 - Manage human resources management information systems
- Identify HR information requirements
- Select HR information management system
- Implement HR information system
- Monitor and evaluate performance of HR information system
BSBPMG522 - Undertake project work
- Define project and develop project plan
- Administer and monitor project
- Finalise and review project