L5 CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Management
CIPD is Europe’s largest HR Development Professional Body with over 135,000 members and prides itself on supporting and developing those responsible for the management and development of people within Organisations. Their aim is to drive sustained Organisational Performance through HR; shaping thinking, leading practice and building capability through the profession. Our programme is delivered based on research, student feedback/experiences and encompasses the learning required at this level.
- Course Information
The Certificate in Human Resource Management consists seven units:
• Organisational performance and culture in practice
• Evidence-based practice
• Professional behaviours and valuing people
• Employment relationship management
• Talent management and workforce planning
• Reward for performance and contribution
• Specialist employment law
A total of 420 learning hours will be required to successfully complete the course, of which 175 hours should be independent learning. On average it will take 11 months to complete the qualification.
You will need access to a laptop or PC with video and microphone. Classes will be delivered over MS Teams.
- Entry Requirements
All applicants must undertake a short telephone interview and have either completed a Level 3 CIPD qualification or have a degree level qualification (Level 5 or above).
Learners will also need to become a member of The Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD) and will need to pay the annual CIPD membership fee, currently £123 (price correct May 2021).
- Progression Pathway
On successful completion of this course you will be awarded a certificate by the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development.
Progression will be determined by your job role.
- National Careers Service
For guidance about what careers subjects can lead on to please follow this link to the National Careers Service.
- Delivery Method
This course is currently delivered through blended learning. This means a mix of online delivery and a small amount of classroom-based lessons, with social distancing measures in place. This is under regular review and any changes will be updated here.