1 Year / 6 Months (£3,150)
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The Associate Diploma in People Management builds on the CIPD Foundation Certificate in People Practice and/or learners existing knowledge skills and behaviours and is aimed at further expanding learners’ independent practice to enable them to evolve into more senior roles within organisations as people professionals.
If you have any questions, require any further information, or would like to arrange an interview please contact Sally Mack on CIPD@nhc.ac.uk or 01462 443065.
Using a framework of HR understanding, behaviours and skills development, this qualification offers the opportunity for learners to transition to employment as people managers.
This qualification extends and fosters a deeper level of understanding and application and naturally progresses learners’ expertise in people practice.
The Diploma is suitable for those who:
The programme is delivered using a combination of teaching on a unit basis and independent study, guided learning over a period of approximately 30 weeks (afternoon and evening) or 60 weeks (afternoon only or evening only). Students are expected to match the teaching delivery with independent study.
5ADPM ASSOCIATE DIPLOMA IN PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
3 CORE UNITS – Mandatory
3 SPECIALIST UNITS – Mandatory
PLUS ONE ADDITIONAL SPECIALIST UNIT
This is an assessment-based qualification which includes a range of assignments from skills, written assignments assessed ‘in classroom’ and virtual learning environment activities such as case studies, online discussions, blogs and wikis.
This course is delivered at our sister organisation – North Hertfordshire College’s campus in Stevenage. It provides a rich study environment where you can collaborate with other learners and draw on each other’s experiences, through workshops and one-to-one tutorials.
27th February 2024
Acceptance on to the course is via an interview with the Programme Manager.
It is essential that students have full access to HR policies and practices and liaise with HR practitioners for successful completion of assignments.
Learners must also satisfy the requirements for a sufficient standard of writing skills assessed by an interview with the Programme Manager.
Learners will most likely have successfully completed the CIPD Foundation L3 qualifications (People Resource Practice or Learning and Development Practice) or hold a relevant first degree or have over three years of HR experience.
If you have the relevant professional experience you can apply to become a professional member of the CIPD.
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