Course Summary

Course Description

On completion of the course students have developed the knowledge and skills to: Develop and manage strategies from a holistic perspective; manage the processes of recruitment, selection, assessment, performance and reward of an organisation; manage the process of training and development; successfully manage the HRM function of an organisation under varying circumstances and contexts with an understanding of the influence of key issues such as diversity (issues related to race, gender, culture and age), newly emerging international markets for labour forces, etc; be at the forefront of change management within organisations.

Managing finance; managing markets; managing information; managing people; managing operations; managing strategy; recruitment, selection, assessment, performance and reward; contemporary issues in international human resource management; research methods; dissertation.

Additional Entry Requirements:
Degree in any discipline recognised by the University of Wales; or 2 years' relevant experience in a management capacity; IELTS 6.5.
Further information:
Degree in any discipline recognised by the University of Wales; or 2 years' relevant experience in a management capacity; IELTS 6.5.

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