Develop skills & knowledge in the human resources, people & culture domain.
15 Credits, Level 5
$900 per user
The aim is to enable learners to manage workplace practices required in a range of working environments including: role & functions of human resource management, self-management, effective time & task management and compliance with relevant acts and legislation.
Successful completion of this micro-credential will enable a learner to:
Analyse task management within a customer service context and the importance of its application to delivering high quality experiences.
Examine how self-management techniques and effective time management can be applied to maximise the potential of successfully achieving objectives.
Develop a personal development plan including assess personal strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
Outline and discuss the implications of legislation and regulations relevant to the New Zealand workplace practices.
Define Human Resource Management and outline the main functions of HR within the culture of an organisation.
- Relevant work experience
- Demonstrate suitable literacy and numeracy skills
How To Enrol
To upskill your staff today you can click ‘purchase’ below to pay online. Alternatively please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 623753. You can also fill out our ‘Contact Us’ form.
We will need the learners email address and they will be enrolled and set up within 24 hours.
Learners will need time to complete their online learning. Because this is online it is flexible to suit the needs of the business. They can complete this full-time, part-time or whenever they have time.
Everyone who takes part in these online qualifications will need to have access to a computer or laptop and working internet.
“I’m not aware of anything similar on offer in the market currently and believe there is both a demand and need for this sort of product. There is great appeal for both and employer and employee to be able to participate in training modules that are applicable across a broad range and be recognised for the results of that training with qualifications.“
AJ Hackett New Zealand