-Induction and HRM in Context
-Recruitment and Selection
-Learning, Training and Development
-Self-Management and Communications
Nottingham Business School has an established reputation for providing high-quality CIPD courses. Nottingham Business School has been recognised as a Centre of Research Excellence by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
You are required to complete two skills-based assessments, two written assignments, two knowledge statements, one work-based project proposal, one work-based report and a continuing professional development log.
The skills-based nature of the course requires you to engage in a whole range of classroom activities including role-play exercises, presentations, group exercises, case study analysis, along with the opportunity to conduct basic research into aspects of HRM in the workplace.
Employability and careers: life after university
Students frequently report enhanced career opportunities becoming available as a direct consequence of completing this course.
Students are usually already in their first HR position (possibly in an administrative role) or are seeking to enter into the profession. Successful completion of the course frequently offers scope to apply for more challenging roles within the HR function (HR Officer, HR Adviser etc.) or to move into the profession from other career paths.
The course is validated by Nottingham Trent University and is now a dual award bearing course. Students who successfully complete the CPP will receive a CPP from the CIPD and a Professional Certificate in Personnel Practice from the University. Successful completion of the course may enable you to obtain entry to further personnel / HRM courses that may not have been open to you previously.
How do you study?
The course is presented as a series of six study blocks. A wide range of teaching methods are employed, including: lectures, guest lectures, group work, presentations, role play exercises and other opportunities to practice and perfect key skills in an encouraging environment.
An induction day is held at the beginning of the first module and covers all aspects of the course and how to make the best use of the learning and teaching facilities available at the University.
Nottingham Business School has an established reputation for providing high-quality CIPD courses and has been recognised as a Centre of Research Excellence by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) – one of just a handful in the UK. The School is one of the UK’s leading full-service business schools, providing a wide range of Business and Management education services for individuals and organisations. The School’s reputation within the international and global business world continues to go from strength to strength as a result of its consistent performance in terms of accreditation, student performance and research, and its impressive client base.
Resources and facilities
Nottingham Business School’s professional approach to management education is supported by a suite of state-of-the-art teaching rooms and the latest in communication and information technology. The School provides a high quality management learning environment, designed to encourage creative thinking about real world issues confronting managers and their organisations.