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Work is central to human life, and most working activities are typically performed in the context of organisations. All organisations are made up of people who work and interact to achieve the organization's goals (and to make a living for themselves, of course).
Decision-making about people and how human talent is leveraged is vitally important to the success of any organisation. This realisation has led to the increased recognition of the centrality that HRM and sound people management practices play in creating a competitive advantage and supporting organisational performance.
6 Formative Assignments (one after each module)
6 Summative Assignments (one after each module)
1 Research Project
The Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management is delivered through e-learning.
This programme consists of seven (7) compulsory modules that must be completed within one year.
Modules 1 to 6 are assessed through a formative assessment as well as a summative assessment:
The research project teaches you the fundamentals to answer a research problem. The research project forms part of the subject of Research Methodology. The research project consists of a research proposal and research report.
The programme provides entry-level vocational or professional preparation or specialisation for bachelor’s degree graduates. Additionally, this programme provides an articulation route for students who completed a Diploma in Human Resource Management at NQF level 6. This programme aligns with various NQF level 6 HRM Diploma qualifications to enable effortless progression into an area of specialisation in Human Resource Management.
There is a growing concern in South African organisations to integrate ethical behaviour into its organisational culture. The programme aims to develop ethical HR managers that value the importance of optimising human capital by focusing on the wellness component to enhance the physical and emotional wellbeing of employees. This programme enables the qualifying student to acquire applied competencies in the field of HRM required for registration with the South African Board of People Practice (SABPP).
BMT College is an open distance education provider which allows you the flexibility to study anywhere, anytime, whilst also attending to your other responsibilities.
Our perfectly-structured e-learning mode of delivery lets you stay in close contact with your lecturer and fellow students.
Moreover, our state-of-the-art Virtual Campus will never let you feel isolated and out of touch with fellow students.
This Advanced Diploma gives you access to specialised bachelor's degrees. It will also give you access to Honours degrees or post-graduate studies on NQF level 8
This module provides an in-depth discussion of acquisition and preparations strategies for human resources to improve retention rates. The human resource recruitment process, internal and external recruiting and recruitment sources are discussed. Employee wellness and safety practices are investigated. This module provides you with an advanced understanding of wellness challenges and consequences. Wellness is presented from a health, self-development and growth perspective to enhance the organisational culture.
This module discusses the human resource environment and processes managers use to create and shape the HR strategy. The purpose of this module is to enhance your understanding of the components that impact the competitiveness of organisations which affects the survival and growth strategy of organisations. The responsibilities of HR departments, the expectations managers have of HR including how HR can support organisations’ business strategies are investigated.
The purpose of this module is to provide you with an in-depth understanding of the impact the environment has on the parties to the labour relations system, especially in a country undergoing a political and economic transformation. We explore the linkages between environmental factors such as economic, political and social factors that affect labour relations in South Africa.
The module provide you with an in-depth understanding of business ethics and social responsibility. In the first part of the module, business ethics is discussed as a subset of ethics focusing on decisions between right and wrong in the business environment. You will learn how responsibility can be seen as an ethical value. The module examines several popular beliefs that advocate a strict division between business and ethics. You will be empowered to analyse these beliefs and to establish if there are any value or truths to these beliefs.
This module provides a strategic value chain approach to leadership. In this module, you are provided with an advanced understanding of leadership challenges, demands and requirements to engage constructively with stakeholders. The purpose of this module is to enhance your understanding of leadership requirements for different generations and cultures.
This module introduces you to performance management. Major challenges to performance management are discussed including the performance appraisal dilemmas. Various methods for appraising performance, common rater errors and their implications are also discussed.
The purpose of this module is to provide you with an opportunity to conduct research by gathering data and information from a variety of sources and putting the information together in a logical argument with the view to answer a specific research question. Upon completion of the project, you must be able to draw conclusions and provide limitations and recommendations by adding your own views and opinions in an ethical and responsible manner.