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CENTRE FOR CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME (CCPP) COURSE OUTLINE

A Great Place to Learn.

PROGRAMME: DURATION: DAY(S): MODE: COMPONENT: LECTURER: CAMPUS:
Lecture Number Lecture Day & Date

ABE - BM - Level 5 Diploma
7:30 am - 10:00 am

Saturday Saturday Human Resource Management Shinelle Grant Trincity Campus
Time Hrs Cum Hrs Lecture Topic (s) No./ Type of Session 1 / Lt

Contract Hours: Actual Hours:

50 52.5

Important Concepts/ Ideas to know/ Learning Outcomes

Expected Reading

Other Matters

Questions

Items Due For Next Class

Important Concepts: General Understanding/ Intrduction to HRM Learning Outcome 1: Understand the importance of a professional approach to HRM as an essential means for optimising the performance and commitment of an organisation’s employees. Chapter 1

1

SAT

29-Jun-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

2.50

Introduction to HRM

2

SAT

6-Jul-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

5.00

The Context of HRM 1: Approach, Organisation and Legal Framework ▪ Importance of people as a key corporate resource ▪ The History of HRM

2 / Lt

Important Concepts: People as on organisation's key resource; The history/evoulution of HRM from Welfare Approach to Strategic HRM. Learning Outcome 1.

Chapter 1

3

SAT

13-Jul-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

7.50

The content of HRM 1: Approach, Organisation and Legal Framework: ▪ Strategic HRM ▪ Professionalisation of HRM ▪ HR Practitioners and Devolution of HR Responsibilities

3 / Lt

Important Concepts: Tyson and Fell and Ulrich's Strategic Business Partner model; The devolution of HR from central HR department/HR manager to line managers. Learning Outcome 1.

Chapter 1

4 / Lt 4 SAT 20-Jul-2013 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 10.00 The Context of HRM 2: Behaving Responsibly HR Practictioners and Devolution of HR Responsibilities 5 / Lt

Important Concepts: Tyson and Fell and Ulrich's Strategic Business Partner model; The devolution of HR from central HR department/HR manager to line managers; Evolving relationships between managers, workforce and the HR function Learning Outcome 1. Important Concepts: The Psychological Contract- its nature, history and current significance and future development; Ethics and Law in HRM; Health and Safety; Work related stress; Work-life balance Learning Outcome 1. Important Concepts: Discrimination in the workplace; Methods of promoting eqaulity and diversity; Whistleblowing. Learning Outcome 1.

Chapter 1

5

SAT

27-Jul-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

12.50

The Context of HRM 2: Behaving Responsibly ▪ Ethics in HRM ▪ Law and HRM The Context of HRM 2: Behaving Responsibly ▪ Equality and Diversity ▪ Whistleblowing

Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 9 (pgs 202-205)

6 / Lt

6

SAT

3-Aug-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

15.00

Chapter 2

7 / Lt Workforce Planning ▪The definition of HR Planning: hard and soft ▪Importance of HR Planning

Important Concepts: Definition of Workforce Planning/Human Resource Planning; Hard vs Soft HRP; Importance of HRP; Definition of redundnacy and understanding of Redundancy procedure Learning Outcome 2: Understand the role of effective and efficient people resourcing (HR planning, recuruitment and selection) in securing a workforce with the requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes enabling them to contribute to the organisational goals. Chapter 3

7

SAT

10-Aug-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

17.50

8 / Lt 8 SAT 17-Aug-2013 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 20.00 Recruitment and Selection ▪The principle elements of recruitment and selection including erecruitment 9 / Lt 9 SAT SAT 10 SAT 24-Aug-2013 31-Aug-2013 7-Sep-2013 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 25.00 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 22.50 Recruitment and Selection ▪The reliability and validity of selection methods

Important Concepts: Recruitment and Selection process; Defining and identifying the vacancy (job analysis; job description; aaountablity profile and person specification);Advertising; Application process. E-Recruitment. Learning Outcome 2. Important Concepts: The selection process; Interviews and other assessment tools; making the job offer; The Employer Brand. Learning Outcome 2.

Chapter 4

Chapter 4

INDEPENDENCE DAY
10/ EP Mid Review 11 / Lt Past paper practice questions session Learning Outcomes 1 and 2. Important Concepts: The Value of Learning; Learning vs. Training vs. Education vs. Development; Training Cycle; On and off the job methods of training. Chapter 5 Learning Outcome 3: Understand the theory and practice related to the full range of HRM functions (learning and development, performance management, reward/ recognition, employee relations) 12 / Lt Important Concepts: Employee Induction; Management and Development; The nature and importance of Personal Development; The Learning Organisation. Chapter 5 Learning Outcome 3. Learning Outcome 4: Understand the content and significance of key developments in HRM 13 / Lt General Review of Learning and Developmen t Chapter 5 14 / Lt Learning Outcome 3. Important Concepts: The Performance Management Process; The Performance Appraisal Process; Managing by Objectives (MBO); High Performance Working (HPW) Learning Outcome 3. Important Concepts: What is motivation?; Needs and Process theories of motivation- Maslow, Herzberg, McGregor; expectancy, equity and attribution theories etc. Learning Outcome 3. Important Concepts: Purposes of reward; Elementd of reward; Performance related pay; Total Reward. Chapter 8 Learning Outcome 3. 17 / Lt Important Concepts: Employee Involvement- different ways of engaging employees; What is high commitment HRM?; Excellence Theories; Learning Outcome 4: Important Concepts: The need for rules and procedures; disciplinary procedures, hearings and penalties and appeals; Learning Outcome 3. Important Concepts: Grievance Procedures; Attendance.The definition and role of trade Unions; Collective Bargaining. Learning Outcome 3. Summary Review and Past Paper practice session Learning Outcomes 1-4. Chapters 1-4

11

SAT

14-Sep-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

27.50

Learning and Development ▪Learning Theories ▪Different methods of learning

12

SAT

21-Sep-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

30.00

Learning and Development ▪Personal Development ▪Knowledge management-'Learning Organisation'

13

SAT

28-Sep-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

32.50

Learning and Development ▪A Review Performance Management ▪Performance management process including Appraisals

14

SAT

5-Oct-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

35.00

Chapter 6

15 / Lt 15 SAT 12-Oct-2013 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 37.50 Reward and Recognition ▪Theories of motivation 16 / Lt 16 SAT 19-Oct-2013 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 40.00 Reward and Recognition ▪Alternative methods for reward and recognition-total rewards▪

Chapter 8

17

SAT

26-Oct-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

42.50

Key Developments in HRM ▪High performance Culture ▪High engagement culture

Chapter 9 pgs 207-210

18 / Lt 18 SAT 2-Nov-2013 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 45.00 Discipline and Grievance 19 / Lt

Chapter 7 Chapter 7 Chapter 9 pgs 206-207 Chapters 1-9

19

SAT

9-Nov-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

47.50

Discipline and Grievance (cont'd) Employee Relations ▪ Trade Unions Wrap Up and Review

20 / EP 20 SAT 16-Nov-2013 7:30 am - 10:00 am 2.5 50.00

CENTRE FOR CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME (CCPP) COURSE OUTLINE

A Great Place to Learn.

PROGRAMME: DURATION: DAY(S): MODE: COMPONENT: LECTURER: CAMPUS:
Lecture Number Lecture Day & Date

ABE - BM - Level 5 Diploma
7:30 am - 10:00 am

Saturday Saturday Human Resource Management Shinelle Grant Trincity Campus
Time Hrs Cum Hrs Lecture Topic (s) No./ Type of Session 21 / EP

Contract Hours: Actual Hours:

50 52.5

Important Concepts/ Ideas to know/ Learning Outcomes

Expected Reading

Other Matters

Questions

Items Due For Next Class

Past paper practice questions session. Learning Outcomes 1-4.

21

SAT

23-Nov-2013

7:30 am - 10:00 am

2.5

52.50

General Revision

Chapters 1-9

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