1. National Diploma: Human Resource Management

 

 

This Qualification is linked to the South African National Unit Standard: 61592 and holds 249 credits at NQF Level 5 and is aligned to the South African Human Resources Standards.

 

Emergence Learning Academy focuses on customized development solutions that are tailored to suit specific organisation requirements. Our training philosophy is based on ensuring co-operative and outcomes- based learning which facilitates participative discussion and workplace application ensuring that delegates not only exchange ideas, but are able to practically implement principles and techniques in their workplace.

 

Purpose:

This diploma will be useful to people who operationalise some aspects of the core processes and practices at a basic level across the four role clusters in human resources management and practices:

  • Strategic planning for human resources management and practices;
  • Acquisition, development and utilisation of people;
  • Establishment and improvement of labour and employee relations; and
  • Compensation and administration   related   to   human   resources   management   and

 

Holders of the qualification will be able to operationalise some aspects of the core human resources management processes at a basic level and integrate them into an organisation’s business processes. Holding the qualification will enable candidates to enter learning programmes for a generalist degree in Human Resources Management and Practices.

 

Duration of training

To be confirmed after having conducted the Recognition of Prior Learning.

 

National Diploma – Human Resource Management – Course outline

Organisations require a reliable indicator that a person is competent to operationalise aspects of the core processes and practices at a basic level across the four role clusters identified in the field analysis:

  • Strategic planning for human resources management and practices;
  • Acquisition, development and utilisation of people;
  • Establishment and improvement of labour and employee relations; and
  • Compensation and administration related to human resources management and practices.

 

Holding the National Diploma in Human Resources Management and Practices will serve as an indicator to organisations that a person is competent in this regard.