METLAB  
Switzerland


Diploma in Human Resource Management 


COURSE INFORMATION

Programme Number:             HRM101


DESCRIPTION


Models of work are constantly evolving, but one thing does not change – people still need to be recruited, trained, motivated and paid to meet the requirements of organisations. 


Human Resources Management (HRM) is a strategic, business-focused approach to managing people. HR specialists help organisations achieve success by providing knowledge, expertise and insight into a wide range of HRM activities from talent resourcing and selection, performance management, learning and development, change management and employee engagement.

Human Resources Management (HRM) is a strategic, business-focused approach to managing people. HR specialists help organisations achieve success by providing knowledge, expertise and insight into a wide range of HRM activities from talent resourcing and selection, performance management, learning and development, change management and employee engagement.

If you interested in effective people management then our diploma in HRM is the perfect choice. In this online course you will explore professional practice, leadership and motivation, pay and reward, business systems, selection and recruitment, employee relations and employment law.

Our Diploma in Human Resource Management (HRM) provides students with the knowledge, understanding and skills to undertake a range of roles within this sector.  The programme comprises a broad range of modules, as well as the opportunity to develop and ‘write-up’ a project based on your preferred area of interest. The programme provides you with an opportunity to gain a qualification which greatly enhances your employability in today’s competitive workplace environment. 

The programme aims to:

  • enable you to understand a range of relevant managerial and ethical issues HRM
  • equip you with basic and advanced management skills (transferable skills)
  • enable you to operate in a range of commercial or professional environments.

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

  • HRM Practice and Perspectives 
  • Organisational Behaviour: Theory and Practice 
  • Employment Relations: Theory and Practice 
  • Research Methodology for HRM 
  • Strategic HRM 
  • Managing Across Cultures

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Study on this course requires that you have the ability to:

  • write accurately, clearly and concisely
  • read large quantities of text accurately and critically
  • argue logically, consistently and skeptically
  • organize evidence to support a logical argument.

 

ASSESSMENT

Students are assessed at the end of each module. Various forms of assessment are used across the modules. The pass mark for each module is 60%. Any student who fails an assessment will be entitled to ONE re-submission. The table below provides guidance on the general criteria used to assess submitted work. Specific advice on individual modules’ assessment will be supplied by the module coordinators. All assessed work will be double-marked before a grade is awarded.

Grade

Description  

90%+
 

Truly Exceptional. Outstanding emonstration of learning outcomes: wide, appropriate knowledge and understanding (and where appropriate effective project work) including outstanding insight and/or originality. 

80-89%   
 

Evidence of reading and thought beyond course/assignment materials appropriate use of references and exemplars an exceptionally high standard of writing and communication. Excellent demonstration of learning outcomes: wide, appropriate knowledge and understanding including insight and/or originality, evidence of reading and thought beyond course/assignment materials, appropriate use of references and exemplarsa high standard of writing and communication. 
 

70-79%   
 

Comprehensively. Good demonstration of learning outcomes: wide appropriate knowledge and understanding (and where appropriate effective project work) with only occasional lapses in detail evidence of reading and thought beyond course/assignment materials a high standard of writing and communication.
 

60-69%   
 

Generally  Satisfactory demonstration of learning outcomes: sound knowledge and understanding of essential material (and where appropriate essential project  skills). General accuracy with occasional mistakes and/or uncoordinated use   of information.
 

50-59%   
 

Unsatisfactory  demonstration of learning outcomes: some very basic knowledge and understanding (and where appropriate basic project skills). Omissions and/or weaknesses of presentation and/or logic and/or evidence. Inconsistency in argument and unsubstantiated assertion. 
 

40-49%   
 

Poor  performance in learning outcomes: some relevant information and limited understanding (and where appropriate some project work completed under   supervision). Omissions and/or weaknesses of presentation and/or logic and/or evidence lack of familiarity with the subject of assessment and/or assessment vehicle. Inconsistency in argument and unsubstantiated assertion. 
 

01-39%   
 

Very weak performance in learning outcomes. Little evidence that learning or project work was seriously attempted. Entirely inconsistency in argument and unsubstantiated assertion.
 

0%   
 

No work submitted for assessment   


COURSE FEE

The fee for this course is CHF1,800.00 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information, or to apply for a place please visit our website or email us.

Web: www.metlab.ch      Email: online@metlab.ch