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The 4 Modules

All the four modules are compulsory

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Module 1

Recruitment, Reward and Retention

Unit Description

Recruitment ad selection procedures and practices, performance management and appraisals, training and development, job evaluation and market research, Knowledge and development management, staff retention techniques 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the module/unit the learner will have acquired the responsibility and autonomy to:

  • critically review the systematic approach to recruitment

  • demonstrate how to conduct an employee appraisal

  • assess the level of training currently offered in their organisation and recommend improvements 

  • effectively manage the job evaluation process

  • demonstrate how to implement succession planning

  • able to develop non-monetary motivational tactics 

Working Together on Project

Module 2

HR Operations

Unit Description

Organisational design/organogram, HRM Tool (payroll, recruitment, data systems) Policies and Procedures, Effective communication, Health and Safety, and employee wellbeing


Learning Outcomes

At the end of the module/unit the adult  learner will have acquired the responsibility and autonomy to:

  • create an effective organogram

  • critically assess various leave systems 

  • develop HRM policies and procedures

  • identify the appropriate skills and tools required for various HRM scenarios   

  • demonstrate how to effectively conduct a companywide communication

  • develop a Health &Safety policy for the organisation

  • determine how the HRM function can positively impacting employee well being

Wooden Chess Pieces

Module 3

HRM Strategy

Unit Description

The changing roles of HR Professionals, Organisational and HR Strategies – formulations and implementation, Key business issues and factors affecting organisations and their impact on HR, Identifying and coping with changes in the external and internal environments and assessing the impacts of these factors on the HR Department, The thinking performer and occupational psychology.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the module/unit the learner will have acquired the responsibility and autonomy to;

  • see how the individual should evolve in the HR role to cope with changes

  • develop and implement HRM strategies which are in line with company goals

  • demonstrate competence in identifying key factors affecting their industry

  • analyse how to successfully cope with change  

  • cope with standard problems and common situations and analyse how to collaborate with different departments 

Legal Handshake

Module 4

Legal Aspects related to HR

Unit Description

Employment law within the Maltese and European context, conditions of employment & disciplinary issues

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the module/unit the learner will have acquired the responsibility and autonomy to;

  • apply law to specific HRM scenarios 

  • propose action points for avoiding industrial dispute

  • develop a checklist for reviewing contracts 

  • effectively handle a grievance case 

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