Who is it for
This qualification aims to develop entrepreneurial approach in HR people, shifting them from HR practitioners into Business people in HR. Its mission is to redirect them from a narrow action under the HR-function in activities directly related to the business organization.
CHRM is suitable for you if:
- you are already working in a managerial position in HR, leading a team of people or individual projects;
- you are looking to extend your knowledge and skills in order to develop your career;
- you want to gain international credibility and recognition.
The ideal candidate will have responsibility for implementing HR policies and strategies and have a need to understand the role of HR in the wider organisational and environmental context and is willing to read, study, discuss, share and develop further.
On successful completion of the qualification, you will
- understand the requirements of, and perform as, an effective and efficient, self-managing HR professional, a collaborative member of top management working groups and teams, and an added-value contributor to stakeholders of the organisation,
- be able to manage recruitment, selection, dismissal, redundancy and retirement activities effectively and within the expectations of the law and good practice,
- understand the business context of the total reward philosophy and the use of reward intelligence,
- know how to identify and scrutinise appropriate HR data sources enabling you to conduct research and analyse the findings,
- understand the purpose and key objectives of the HR function in contemporary organisations,
- be able to undertake core talent planning activities, know how to maximise employee retention and how to contribute to the development of resourcing strategies,
- know how to drawing meaningful conclusions and evaluate options for change, and present them persuasively to the management board for supporting changes proposed,
- understand key labour market trends and their significance for different kinds of organisations and in different country contexts.
- Learning materials developed by CIPD;
- Individual access to Virtual Learning Environment enabling online assessment of assignments and feedback from one-to-one tutor;
- Access to CIPD and EBSCO databases and a number of related resources on the CIPD web-site (including additional reading materials, podcasts, and reference publications);
- Lunches and coffee brakes;
- All round tutor support.