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BSB50615 Diploma of Human Resources Management

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The course is nationally accredited by the Australian Government under the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).

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  • Upfront 50% plus 50% pay in 30 days or 60 days
  • Upfront $100+ plus $130 fortnightly or $65 weekly instalments
  • Monthly instalment, $260+
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This diploma qualification will enable you to undertake human resources roles across a range of businesses and industries. With a focus on managing human resources functions such as performance development, workforce planning and employee relations, you’ll develop broad skills and in-depth insights to build capability in the core disciplines of human resources management.

Is this the right course for me?

In this course, you will gain skills and knowledge in workforce planning strategies, HR and compliance systems,performance managements systems, work health and safety and industrial relations regulations – becoming a lynchpin in the management team.

The Diploma of Human Resources is recognised by industry as the preferred qualification for human resources managers, senior human resources officers, human resources consultants or human resources and change managers – an area where jobs are plentiful.

How does this course work?

Online Learning – any time, any place, with maximum flexibility:

  • Easy-to-read course materials
  • Access to learning supports (emails, telephone or Skype call, Webinars)
  • Fast Assessment response, (5 working days resposne)

Online learning allows you to start a course when and where it is convenient for you to study.

When does the course commence?

You can enrol in this course at any time, you will have the access to start straight after registration.

Is there a maximum course completion time?

From the date of enrolment registration, you have up to 12 months to complete this qualification, although many complete it in less time.

We find our students complete this qualification in varying time frames. It really does depend on your life situation, and time availability.

Is there a minimum course completion time?

No – there is no minimum course time-frame.

You can complete the qualification as quickly as you choose.

What is the average course completion time-frame?

We have found students that are genuinely motivated to progress through the course are able to complete the full course in about 10 months.

Indicatively, it may take you on average 60-70 hours to complete a unit of competency, though depending on your existing skill and knowledge levels.

The key factors that influence course completion is a student’s experience, time availability and work. rate..

How do I access to learning support?

You are very well supported throughout your course.

You have the access to discuss your course work on a one-on-one basis with a specialist Trainer through telephone; email; or Skype as you progress through the course, so you won’t feel alone.

Entry and study requirements

We are committed to seeing you through your course. We have determined the following requirements to ensure you have the best chance of successfully completing your course: 

  • Current Year 12: Successful completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent or the Australian Senior VCAL Certificate; or
  • Non-Year12: Completion of post-secondary studies or at least 6 months’ work experience; and
  • Have access to a fully-functional computer / smart device loaded with a web browser and appropriate software applications to read PDF files, produce documents, and analyse information and data; and
  • Have access to reliable Internet Access; and
  • Have a current valid email account for learning and assessment communication; and
  • Have a telephone and current valid telephone number for learning and assessment communication, support and interviews; and
  • Successfully complete all assessment tasks to the required published standard.

Skills needed for your study

  • Language and literacy skills at a level that enables you to read, interpret, communicate, and apply a range of information and data, to write reports and other business documents for a variety of audiences, and to present and address issues;
  • Numeracy skills at a level that enables you to plan and manage time, resources and budgets, to read and understand workplace figures, statistics and measurements, and to solve routine workplace and operational problems;
  • Technology skills to conduct online research using a web browser and to use a variety of software applications to send e-mails with attachments, read PDF files, produce documents, analyse information and data;
  • The ability to research information and data from a variety of sources;

Accreditation

The following two qualifications have National recognition under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

Consistent with qualification rules, the qualification offered by LET Training comprises the following units of competency. However, if you wish to change elective unit/s to meet your training needs, please speak to one of our friendly learning and development advisors.

To be awarded this qualification, 9 units of competency are required:

Core units (6):

  • BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services
  • BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
  • BSBHRM512 Develop and manage performance-management processes
  • BSBHRM513 Manage workforce planning
  • BSBWRK510 Manage employee relations
  • BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative
    requirements

Elective units (3):

  • BSBMGT502 Manage people performance
  • BSBLED501 Develop workplace learning environment
  • BSBLDR502 Lead and manage effective workplace relationships

Assessments

Upon enrolment, you will be provided via the Learning Management System with detailed assessment task specifications and activities specific to the relevant unit of competency. By way of example, you may be required to:

  • Complete projects and/or portfolios of evidence;
  • Answer a series of knowledge-based questions;
  • Participate in interviews with your assessor.

You will submit your evidence for evaluation to the Assessor, who will continue to maintain contact with you during the assessment decision-making process.

You will be provided with opportunities to adjust & resubmit your assessments based on the assessor’s feedback.

Career opportunities

Successful completion of the Diploma of Human Resources Management can lead to a variety of potential career
opportunities.

What job roles exist?

  • Human Resources Advisor
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Business Coaching Consultant
  • Grievance Officer (Workplace Relations)
  • Head of People and CultureSafety Manager

Recognition of prior learning (RPL)

For those currently working in a management and leadership position, with over 5 years business management experience, ask our friendly course consultants about our Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) solution eligibility. Our expert trainer will develop a tailored training plan for you based on your existing role and experience.

Study pathways

Will previous study and experience count?
LET Training recognises Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) which takes into account the knowledge and skills you have already gained through your previous education and work history, attributing this to your enrolled qualification course. This may be through formal or informal training and can result in credits towards your qualification. More information can be found in Student Handbook.

Future education pathways
After successfully completing the BSB50615 Diploma of Human Resources Management, you may like to enrol in LET Training’s BSB60915 Advanced Diploma of Management (Human Resources).

BSB50615 Diploma of Human Resources Management

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