CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Practice (CHRP)

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About programme

CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Practice (CHRP)

The CIPD Foundation Certificate in Human Resources Practice (CHRP) provides a firm foundation in all areas of HR. It will help you to develop essential HR skills and give you the confidence to be more effective at work and add value to your HR function. This interactive programme is delivered in English. 10 teaching days consist of face-to-face workshops and online webinars. The programme uses case studies to explore key concepts and it is assessed via a combination of reports, essay style assessments and skills observations. By completion of the programme you will get the CIPD Certificate.


Who is CIPD CHRP for?

This qualification level is recommended to those who are new to HR or interested in moving into this area, those who are working in an HR support role and wishing to develop their knowledge and skills or those who are looking to further their HR career with a professional qualification.

 

Programme structure

Module I – Developing Yourself as an Effective Human Resources Practitioner;
Understanding Organisations and the Role of HR

Developing Yourself as an Effective Human Resources Practitioner

  • Understand the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be an effective HR practitioner, whether the role is generalist or specialist.
  • Learn how to deliver timely and effective HR services to meet organisation’s needs.
  • Be able to reflect on own practice and development needs and maintain a plan for personal development.

Understanding Organisations and the Role of HR

  • Understand the purpose of an organisation and its environment.
  • Understand the structure, culture and function of an organisation.
  • Understand the role of HR operations within an organisation and how HR activities can support the organisation.

Module II – Managing, Recording, Analysing and Using HR Information;
Preparing and Designing Learning and Development Activities;
Supporting Change within Organisation

Managing, Recording, Analysing and Using HR Information

  • Understand what data needs to be collected to support HR practices (data accuracy), data management in all areas of HR.
  • Learn how HR data should be recorded, managed and stored (manually or electronically) and its legal implications.
  • Be able to interpret and analyse HR information and present findings clearly and accurately to support decision making.

Preparing and Designing Learning and Development Activities

  • Understand the factors that can influence and affect the design of learning and development activities.
  • Understand the different methods and resources to support learning and development activities and the relevant merits of each.
  • Know how to design learning and development activities.

Supporting Change within Organisation

  • Identify the main factors that must be considered in the change process and understand why the organisation needs to change – internal and external factors.
  • Understand the impact of change on employees and the role of HR, analyse how people respond to change.
  • Explore different ways of managing change.

Module III - Resourcing Talent

  • Introduction to the resourcing and talent planning process, understanding the factors that affect an organisation’s talent planning, recruitment and selection policy.
  • Identify appropriate recruitment and selection methods and benefits of attracting a diverse workforce.
  • Writing job descriptions, job advertisement process, shortlisting, face-to-face or telephone interviews, job offers and rejection letters.
  • Good practice in employee induction and retention.

Module IV - Supporting Good Practice in Performance and Reward Management

  • Understand how motivational theories and associated tools can be used and can have a positive impact on the business objectives.
  • Good practice related to performance management reviews and the role of financial and non-financial benefits, determinants of reward decisions.
  • Learn how to conduct and reflect upon a performance review.

 

Dates for 2016/2017

Unit 1 - Developing Yourself as HR Practitioner 17 September 2016
Unit 2 - Understanding Role of HR 18 September 2016
Unit 3 - Using and Analysing HR Information 5 November 2016
Unit 4 - Supporting Change within Organisation 6 November 2016
Unit 5 - Performance and Reward Management 7–8 January 2017
Unit 6 - Resourcing Talent 11–12 February 2017
Unit 7 - Preparing L&D Activities 4 March 2017

 

Programme details

CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Practice (CHRP)

September 2016 - March 2017

9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Brno

English


 

Price: CZK 58,000 + VAT


The price of the programme includes tuition and all study materials.
The price doesn’t include CIPD fees - Admission fee GBP 40 + Annual subscription fee GBP 90.
 

Registration deadline for September course is on 21 August 2016. To register after this date, please, contact us to verify course availability.

 

Tutor

Vanda Šinková

Vanda Šinková has extensive experience in HR management. Currently, she is the leader of CIPD Centre of Excellence for the PwC Academies in CEE, and is delivering CIPD qualifications in several CEE countries. In her HR leader role, Vanda has been responsible for the overall HR management agenda, as well as for the strategic HR and change management, organisational and talent development.