Do you like resolving problems and settle disputes? Do enjoy dealing with other people? If you answered yes to these questions, then Human Resource Management is the course for you!
We Offer The Following Accredited HR Management Courses:
National Qualification Courses
Human Resource Management Courses
What is Human Resource Management?
To put it simply, Human Resource Management takes care of a company and its employees. Doing this means that a company will be successful. Human Resource Management is involved in many different things such as the hiring of new staff, solving disputes between employees, solving disputes between employees and management, training the staff, payroll and much more.
Duties of a Human Resource Manager
The role of a Human Resource Manager comes with a lot of responsibilities. Here is a brief list of the duties you will have once you step into the role.
- Hiring new employees
- Ensure employees get training
- Firing employees
- Maintain relationships between employees and trade unions
- Ensure that all labour laws are followed
Is Human Resource Management Important?
The staff of a company is the most valuable part of any business. If a company has unhappy staff, then the company will not do well. Keeping staff happy and satisfied with their jobs and the company is part of Human Resources Management.
Human Resources also works with salaries, solves any problems the staff have with the company and with each other. Other parts of Human Resources Management is Training which deals with the development of employees and Recruitment which is all about finding the right people for the job. Finding the right employees means that the company will prosper.
What Courses are Offered?
We have two sets of Human Resource Management Courses. Each course is tailored to your needs as a student and gives you the best high quality education.
Full time courses
We offer N4, N5 and N6 Human Resource Management Courses. These three courses form part of a National Diploma. Each course has a recommended time of 12 months, however you can complete them sooner.
Part time courses
At Skills Academy we also offer three short courses in Human Resource Management. These causes range from 4 to 12 months.
What do I Learn in a Human Resource Management Course?
You will learn many useful and very important skills in this course. You will study topics such as Business Communication, Industrial Psychology, and General Management. Other topics you will study include Business Ethics, Basic Accounting, Microeconomics, Training Management and Project Management. This may sound like a lot to take in and very different kinds of topics but these are all skills that you will need as a Human Resource Manager.
A Salary Estimate for a Human Resource Manager
According to Payscale, this is an estimate of an annual salary for a Human Resource Manager and other jobs that fall in that category.
- Human Resources (HR) Manager- R181 000 – R773 000
- Human Resources (HR) Administrator -R93 000 – R291 000
- Human Resources (HR) Generalist-R147 000 – R473 000
- Consultant, Human Resources (HR)-R120 000 – R523 000
- Office Administrator-R59 000 – R238 000
- Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager-R316 000 – R1 00 000
- Human Resources (HR) Business Partner-R293 000 – R755 000
- Operations Manager-R121 000 – R790 000
- Administrative / Office Manager-R72 000 – R375 000
- Payroll Administrator-R110 000- R360 000
These numbers are correct at the time of writing this article.
The high salaries listed above shows you how important Human Resource Management is to any company.
Too busy to study? While studying with us you don’t have to worry about missing classes to go to work. Skills Academy is a distance learning institution, meaning you don’t attend any classes and study from the comfort of your home at your own pace. So you work and study at the same
Differences Between an Accredited and Non-accredited Courses
To put it simply: An accredited course gives you a recognised qualification while a non-accredited doesn’t. This doesn’t make one better, however. A non-accredited course will show your employers that you are serious and it shows that you have the skills. Non-accredited courses are also cheaper and you usually don’t need a matric certificate to register for them. Either one is a good choice. You just need to decide for yourself which one you want to do.
Last Updated: January 7, 2020