Human Resource Management

Diploma in Human Resource Management (HRM)

Partner Institution:

Institute of Professional Financial Managers (England)


Higher National Diploma


1 year

About Human Resource Management (HRM) Course:

Human Resource Management (HRM) is a crucial course that focuses on the effective management of an organization’s most valuable asset: its people. This comprehensive field of study encompasses a wide range of activities aimed at recruiting, developing, motivating, and retaining employees to achieve organizational objectives.

Throughout the HRM curriculum, students gain insights into various HR functions, including talent acquisition, performance management, training and development, compensation and benefits, and employee relations. They learn the importance of aligning HR strategies with the overall business strategy to enhance employee productivity and organizational competitiveness.

HRM explores the complexities of employee behavior, group dynamics, and organizational culture. Students delve into theories of motivation and leadership, understanding how to foster a positive and inclusive work environment that encourages employee engagement and job satisfaction.

The course also covers HR policies and legal considerations, ensuring students understand the legal and ethical dimensions of HR practices. They learn to navigate employment laws, labor regulations, and workplace compliance to promote fair and equitable treatment of employees.

Through hands-on projects and real-world case studies, students develop practical HR skills, such as conducting job analyses, designing training programs, and managing performance evaluations. They also explore contemporary HR trends, including diversity and inclusion initiatives, remote work arrangements, and technology-driven HR solutions.

As students progress through the HRM course, they gain expertise in conflict resolution, negotiation, and effective communication, which are essential skills for HR professionals in dealing with employee relations and resolving workplace issues.

Graduates of HRM emerge as well-rounded HR practitioners capable of attracting top talent, fostering a positive work culture, and strategically managing human capital to drive organizational success. With their knowledge of HR best practices and ability to adapt to a constantly changing work landscape, they are poised for rewarding careers in HR management, talent development, HR consulting, and organizational leadership.

Lecture Guide:

  • Module: HRM 101. Introduction to Management level 1
    • Recruitment and selection
    • Training and Development
  • Module HRM 102. Motivation and Leadership management level 2
    • Effective communication Practices
    • Meetings
  • Module HRM 103. Human Resource Management  level 3.
    • Work and Employment
    • HUMAN Resource Planning
    • Performance Management
    • Grade and Pay Structures
  • Module HRM 104. Introduction to Business Law (Law of Employment)
  • Module HRM 105. Introduction to Psychology stress
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