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Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Certificate in HRP - Foundation

COURSE HANDBOOK
2011 / 2012

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Welcome to South Leicestershire College and to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (HRP) Human Resource Practice - Foundation

The Certificate in Human Resource Practice (HRP) is a foundation level programme as confirmed on the Qualifications Framework.. The central purpose of the HRP is:
* Those who are new to HR
* People who are interested in a move into HR
* Those who are working in HR in a support role and wish to develop their knowledge and skills * Line managers who are involved in HR and those who have responsibility for HR activities and decisions within an organisation without a specialist function * HR staff who do not have sufficient qualifications to undertake CIPD intermediate or advance level qualifications Learners will need to relate these skills and techniques to their own organisations and to the environmental context in which it operates.

Recommended Text Book for HRP

MARTIN, M., WHITING, F. and JACKSON, T. Human Resource Practice. 5th ed.

N.B. ALL learners must join the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), who will require an initial registration fee and a pro rata annual membership fee with student discount. All such fees are separate to those required by the college and any queries or issues in their respect should be directed to the CIPD themselves.

For details of membership benefits and the membership upgrade process please visit www.cipd.co.uk/membership/benefits

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1 w/c 12/09/11| Induction & administration, CIPD, HRP & College| 2 w/c 19/09/11| Introduction to programmeStart of Unit – Developing yourself as an effective HR or Learning Development practitioner – 4DEPInter-personal skills| 3 w/c 26/09/11| Communication and Effective Customer Service| 4 w/c 03/10/11| Knowledge Skills and Behaviours|

5 w/c 10/10/11| Personal Development Planning/CPD|
(17/10/11)| Half Term|
6 w/c 24/10/11| Start of Unit – Understanding Organisations and the role of Human Resources 3HRCThe purpose of an organisation and its operating environment | 7 w/c 31/10/11| The purpose of an organisation and its operating environment| 8 w/c 07/11/11| The structure, culture and functions of an organisation| 9 w/c 14/11/11| HR activities to support the organisation| 10 w/c 21/11/11| HR activities to support the organisation | 11 w/c 28/11/11| Start of Unit – Recording, Analysing and using Human Resource Information 3RAICollecting data to support HR practices| 12 w/c 05/12/11| Recording, managing and storing dataHand in assessment 3HRC – Understanding organisations and the role of human recourses| 13 w/c 12/12/11| Analysing HR Information and presenting findings to inform decision making| 14 w/c 18/12/11| Start unit – Resourcing Talent – 3RTOTalent planning, Recruitment and Selection policies| (26.12.11 – 02/01/12)| Christmas Holiday|

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Talent planning, Recruitment and Selection policiesHand in assessment 3RAI Recording, Analysing and Human Resource Information| 16 w/c 16/01/12| Talent planning, Recruitment and Selection policies| 17 w/c 23/01/12| Recruitment and Selection methods|

18 w/c 30/01/12| Recruitment and Selection interviewing | 19 w/c 06/02/12| Effective induction|
(13.02.12)| Half Term|
20 w/c 20/02/12| Skills Assessment (Day)|
21 w/c 27/02/12| Start unit – Supporting good practice in Managing Employment Relations 3MERThe impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship| 22 w/c 05/03/12| The impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationshipHand in assessment Resourcing Talent – 3RTO| 23 w/c 12/03/12| Assessment...
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