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UNISA Centre for Business Management - Human Resource Management
Boston Campus
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Duration:
Full Time

UNISA Centre for Business Management - Human Resource Management


Year One | Core Subjects (Compulsory)

  • Human Resource Concepts and Provision of Human Resources (UNISA)

  • Human Resource Development and Maintenance (UNISA)

  • Principles of Business Communication

  • Business Management Techniques

  • Practical Bookkeeping 1 (FMI)

  • Practical Bookkeeping 2 (FMI)

  • Word Processing

  • Spreadsheets

  • Life Skills

  • Database

  • Understanding the Internet


Choice Subject (2 Subjects are compulsory)




  • Keyboarding

  • Intro to P.C.

  • Introduction to Business Accounting (FMI)

  • Windows

  • Business English

  • General Office Practice


Year Two | Core Subjects (Compulsory)




  • Labour Relations (UNISA)

  • Training and Development (UNISA)

  • Human Relations (UNISA)

  • Word Processing Advanced

  • Principles of Customer Service

  • Presentation Graphics


Year Three | Core Subjects (Compulsory)




  • Strategic and International Human Resource Management (UNISA)

  • Organisational Behaviour and Renewal (UNISA)

  • Research Methodology (UNISA)

  • Advanced Human Resource Development (UNISA)


Personality Profile




  • Communicative

  • Diplomatic

  • Efficient

  • Decisive

  • Caring


Outcomes

  • Be able to communicate and make decisions effectively.

  • Possess working knowledge of the most widely used application packages - Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Presentation Graphics.

  • Understand the fundamentals of Human Resource Management, including Industrial Relations, Human Relations and Training and Development.

  • Exposed to more advanced issues of Human Resource Management - issues which are critical for SA's top-level HR Practitioners in on our new era.


Special Features




  • Guest Speakers from the Industry

  • Regular Workshops and Assignments


Qualifications


Year One




  • Introduction to Human Resources Management Certificate (UNISA) - NQF Level 6, 24 Credits
    Possession of this certificate grants the Learner exemption from a full module of the follow-on UNISA Programme in Human Resource Management. This module is called The Human Resource Function.



  • Assistant Bookkeeper Skills Programme (FASSET SETA), on condition that introduction to Business Accounting (FMI) (Choice Subject) is completed.

  • Certificate (Boston)


Year Two

  • Programme in Human Resource Management Certificate (UNISA)- NQF Level 6, 72 Credits

  • Certificate (Boston)


Year Three




  • Advanced Programme in Human Resource Management Certificate (UNISA)- NQF Level 7, 96 Credits

  • Qualification (Boston)


Entry Requirement: It is compulsory that a Learner has achieved a Grade 12 Certificate, prior to registering for UNISA Human Resource Management Programmes. However, UNISA are prepared to consider prior work experience if a Learner has not achieved a Grade 12 Certificate.

External Fees and Text Books: Learners will be required to pay additional fees to UNISA and FMI for registration and final assessment. These will be quoted by and paid to Boston City Campus & Business College, and transferred on the Learner's behalf. Learners will be required to pay additional fees for prescribed UNISA textbooks.

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