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HUMAN RESOURCES FOR PROFESSIONALS CERTIFICATE

Entrance Requirements: Post-Secondary degree or diploma and OR relevant experience

This human resources online training certificate will assist students in further understanding the role of first line management, the role of a job description, and the role of compensation and benefits in the recruitment and selection process. Recruitment and selection are viewed from both the line manager and the Human Resource personnel perspective. The program introduces the conflict management techniques needed to handle difficult conversations and to provide effective performance management.

In many cases the opportunity for advancement precedes the training to facilitate success in the position. Inadequate preparation for the position of supervisor makes achieving success more difficult. Learning the principles of management as presented in this program prepares one to be a strategic and respected leader.

This certificate is delivered fully online so that you can complete assignments when it’s most convenient for you, all while receiving support from a dedicated instructor and interacting with classmates.

Who Should Take This Course?

This certificate is perfect for professionals that currently, or wish to, lead or manage an organization or group of people. Individuals working in an office in an administrative or operational role will benefit from this specialized training.

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