The Certificate IV in Human Resource Management covers all key HR functional areas to ensure a solid knowledge base for those entering the HR profession or those wanting to learn specific aspects of HR. By focusing on the policies and procedures that drive your recruitment, appraisal, industrial relations and retention processes, this Certificate IV qualification will ensure that you have a strong skill set in each HR specialist area.
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Please note that subjects and specific units of competency on offer will vary and may change during your enrolment
Elective subjects may apply and will be determined during the induction process
This subject covers the recruitment process, including the many steps involved in vital pre-recruitment activities such as revising job descriptions, advertising vacancies, short-listing and interviewing. Learners are provided with an opportunity to demonstrate their interviewing skills in an interview and reference check role play.
The primary performance evidence required in the assessment for this subject is the coordination of the recruitment and onboarding of 2 candidates; to apply effective communication strategies; and to plan and implement use of digital technology to collaborate in a work environment at least once.
Being able to organise personal work priorities is an essential job skill. Learn how to set and meet work priorities through time management and planning your work schedule. This subject also looks at emotional intelligence and the ability to identify ways to adapt personal attributes to be successful in different work situations.
Supervisors and team leaders have strict legal obligations under safety legislation. Learn what these are, as well as the practical skills to identify, risk assess and resolve safety concerns. This subject also teaches how to better understand safety statistics and identify factors that can reduce injuries, and ensure the business is productive and profitable.
Learn and practice the skills and knowledge required to develop and facilitate workplace training and on-the-job coaching. Learn the starting point to analyse the training needs of an organisation; develop a learning plan and coaching plan; and evaluate training effectiveness.
This subject covers the performance management cycle, beginning with a review of existing performance management systems and their alignment with the Fair Work - Best Practice Guidelines. This subject is very practical with a focus on improving performance appraisals processes. Topics include analysing and resolving of substandard performance and addressing personal problems. It also explores the areas of professional development and the provision of support services.
Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are a common staff support program in larger enterprises. This subject explains the ways to measure the success of an EAP. It also looks at how to develop an Employee Wellness Program, including: gaining management support for your proposal; implementing the program; generating staff support; communication and implementation plans; as well as how to monitor and evaluate your success. Case studies are included to enhance learning outcomes.
This subject takes you through workplace grievance and conflict and reviews the day to day application of employee relations policies and procedures for its effective management. It involves the research and application of relevant anti-discrimination laws, covers Fair Work Guidelines and the National Employment Standards using case studies to illustrate procedures.
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50 weeks is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate IV in Human Resource Management course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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Assessment is the process to award a student competency in unit/s of competency.
For a student to be assessed as competent, we must ensure the student has:
Each subject will have a range of formative and summative assessment activities selected based on the units of competency.
Common formative assessment methods used to assess foundation knowledge include written short answer questions, multiple choice questions and match the correct answer questions. These are typed into the online learning platform WebclassM. Case Study scenarios are often used to give relevant context to these questions.
The main or summative assessment activities are often more skills based and practical activities such as:
In higher level qualifications the summative assessments might include activities like:
Instructions for all assessment activities are provided, along with information about what the expectation is to achieve competency.
We use a range of methods to gather evidence of competency ie evidence of your completion of the assessment activities.
For typical question and answer activities you will type the answers into the online learning platform WebclassM.
Role Plays will be conducted by phone or video calls eg zoom or MS Teams.
Many practical activities are evidenced by you completing simulations within the online learning system eg data input or completing a sample workplace form or spreadsheet.
Some subjects require specific interactions. These may be addressed by email exchanges, a group video conference or use of a specific application eg IT Ticket System.
Observations can be by live video or a recorded video where we can see the participant was you.
In general, we have identified assessment methods that are suitable for remote assessment.
Each subject will have specific Assessment Resources and Assessment Conditions based on the unit/s of competency.
In general, we will provide the required assessment resources and establish the required conditions.
These may typically include:
Each subject will give you an overview of the summative assessment activities at the start; and specific activities will include or reference the required resources. The instructions will disclose any specific conditions to be applied.
You will however be required to:
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Lastly, and importantly, we ask your Workplace Supervisor (for employment related enrolments) to agree with us about competency before it is awarded.
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