Human Resources Management
The Human Resource Management Diploma is designed to equip students to plan, coordinate, and oversee all the disciplines of this high-paced, demanding career. You will serve as a link between an organisation’s management and its employees.
You will need to provide training for all employees and facilitate induction, workshops, and other external and internal exercises to ensure a healthy, safe, non-toxic work environment.
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Entrepreneurship and Business Management
Learn the basics of how to draw up a business plan. This module teaches you all the different aspects of starting your own business, by offering a holistic approach to entrepreneurial studies. Once you’re accredited, you will be ready to facilitate the streamlining of all business processes while working inside an allocated budget.
Labour Relations is the study of the professional relationship between any organisation and its staff.
Learn the different disciplines of communication, motivation, and self-image as tools in the organisation. You will also be taught how to properly write business communication documents.
The Personnel Training module teaches students the basics of orienting and educating employees in the workplace. This form of training is usually exercised on entry-level employees as a way to familiarise them with the company and its procedures.
This subject covers all the necessary programs a student will need to master in order to be effective in the modern day office environment. Learn how to navigate Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and basic internet and email functionality.
Become an expert in personnel functions, starting with recruitment and selection through performance appraisal, remuneration, job evaluation, and how to deal with issues such as motivation, leadership, management, and communication. You will be taught the ins and outs of the employment contract from beginning to end.
Learn about Mercantile law in SA; a body of laws that govern the legal aspects and relationships of all businesses both local and international commerce.