Resettlement Courses

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Certificate in Human Resource Management
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk The Certificate courses are at entry level, aimed at those who currently have, or wish to pursue, a career in training but have little or no prior knowledge of training or HR operations. More..


Diploma in Human Resource Management
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk The Diploma in Human Resource Management examines organisational behaviour, HRM, employee relations and employee development. More..


Doctorate in Social Science HRD Workplace Learning
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk To produce a group of leading-edge practitioners who have mastered the full range of the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for the conduct of their professional activities at the highest levels. More..


MSc in HRD and Performance Management
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk To place new developments in the field of performance management, and the increasing demand for HRD practitioners to act as learning consultants, in their intellectual and practical context, and so provide students with an understanding of the sources of change which are leading to the transformation of their roles; to identify the new skills and competencies required for trainers affected by these changes; to provide the knowledge that will enable them to develop their skills both in supporting the learning process and performance management. To equip students with the necessary research skills to undertake research work in the area of human resource development. More..


MSc in Human Resource Development
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk To equip students with knowledge and skills relevant to the management of human resource development through focusing on the role of HRD at the individual, enterprise and national level. To equip students with the necessary research skills to undertake research work in the area of human resource development. More..


MSc in Human Resource Management and Development
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk To place training and human resource management and development within its national and international context; to study the ways in which HRD is closely related to human resource topics such as recruitment, performance appraisal, teamwork and motivation; to equip course members with the professional knowledge and skills relevant to the management of training and human resources. More..


MSc in Industrial Relations and Human Resources
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk This course focuses on industrial relations in relation to human resource development (HRD) and human resource management (HRM). They are designed to meet the learning and professional development needs of practitioners, managers, researchers and policy-makers who are involved in employee relations, either from the perspective of the individual or the organisation. Students will be provided with the latest academic and professional knowledge for understanding employee relations, HRM and HRD. Subsequently students will have the knowledge and skills to address significant changes that are taking place in the work of HR professionals. Students are also able to develop their critical evaluation and reflection skills, and can gain the intellectual and practical skills to undertake independent research at post-graduate level. More..


MSc in International HR and Globalisation
Description: Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester Web: www.clms.le.ac.uk The central aim of the course is to provide students with knowledge and skills relevant to address the significant changes which are taking place in the work of HR professionals such as the need for HR practitioners to engage with a global and diverse workforce, the need to account for the impact of culture on HR practice and the need for practitioners understand the changes in the world economy brought about by globalisation. The course aims to equip students with the intellectual and practical skills to undertake independent research at post-graduate level. The course aims to foster critical evaluation and reflection on the use of existing techniques and new ideas, the contexts appropriate for them, and the objectives for which they are used. Through such critical reflection we encourage students to reassess their role and that of other HR Practitioners and the contribution they make to their organisations in an international context. More..


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