The Diploma of Human Resources Management Provides a qualification for students interested in developing their skills to use a range of managerial competencies to ensure that human resources functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or company. Graduates of this course will have enhanced employment opportunities as a human resources officer, manager or consultant.
Pathways/Articulation and pathways/Career pathways
TAFE courses can be credited towards your OUA degree
Many OUA courses provide pathways through the qualifications needed to develop your career from TAFE Diplomas through to undergraduate Bachelors degrees and then on to the postgraduate qualifications: Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Masters degrees. Your TAFE qualification may provide you with the eligibility to apply for a higher level course or can provide you with unit exemptions and credit towards your university studies.
Pathways - Diploma of Human Resource Management
- Graduates of this course are guaranteed the equivalent of one year of credit towards the Bachelor of Business (Swinburne University of Technology)
While there is no entry requirements, it is recommended that applicants have either completed a Certificate IV or equivalent level qualification or have a reasonable amount of industry experience.
Online submission of assessments for all units is required via the Polytechnic West learning management system. While there is no requirement for invigilated exams, video evidence may be required for some practical assessment tasks for online submission and also for underpinning knowledge.
To qualify for the award of the Diploma of Human Resources Management students must complete all eight competency units.
Recommended Study Pattern
To get the most out this course students are recommended to enrol in units concurrently in each group during one study period.
BSBHRM501A Manage Human Resources Services
BSBHRM503A Manage Performance Management Systems
BSBHRM504A Manage Workforce Planning
BSBHRM506A Manage Recruitment Selection and Induction Processes
BSBCUS501A Manage Quality Customer Service
BSBPMG510A Manage Projects
BSBHRM505A Manage Remuneration and Employee Benefits
BSBHRM509A Manage Rehabilitation or Return to Work Programs
Recognition of Prior Learning / Credit
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available to all students. You need to check the learning outcomes for each unit to determine your eligibility and then apply for a formal assessment.
You will need to provide documentation as evidence of your competency.
All applications for RPL will be assessed by a suitably qualified lecturer. You will be informed in writing of the result of your application. For further information please visit www.polytechnic.wa.edu.au.
The Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit section on each of the university course pages on the OUA website has information about credit or unit exemptions for your previous study at TAFE. The Eligibility section of some courses lists TAFE qualifications required before you can apply to be admitted to the course.
Further information is available from Credit for previous study
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