ACCREDITATION: SABPP & NQF ALIGNED
This NQF aligned and SABPP accredited is perfect for those looking to get a basic understanding of Human Resources. Students who successfully complete this course will earn 40 NQF credits.
Section 1: Employment Relations
Section 2: Organisational policies and procedures
Section 3: Equity processes
Section 4: Recruitment and selection
Section 5: Selection of Staff
Section 6: Inductions
Section 7: Education, Training and Development
Section 8: Training on the Job
Section 9: Training Needs Analysis
Section 10: Outcomes-based Education and Training
Section 11: Setting performance goals and measures
Section 12: Monitoring and evaluating performance
Academy of York students will receive continuous information and support, over and above the prescribed course material, to assist students achieve in their studies. Students will have 6 months to complete this SABPP accredited and NQF aligned short course.
Assessment and Award
This qualification will be assessed by means of a Summative Assessment assignment, and there are no exams. A mark of 65% is required to pass this SABPP accredited and NQF aligned short course.
Academy of York is accredited by FASSET SETA, SAIOSH, HWSETA, SABPP, PMSA, CompTIA, COMENSA and the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB), and is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private College.
|Course Name: Introduction to Human Resources (FHR05IHOL)|
|Price Before bursary||R9 167|
|Price after bursary||R5 500*|
|Once off payment price||R5 050|
|Payment Plan||R400 over 13.8 months|
*Prospective students need to contact Academy of York to determine if they qualify for a bursary
“It is not easy to study while you are working, but with the great assistance from AOY Assessors & assistants, they make studying easy and enjoyable.”
“I did not have any experience in HR, but when I decided to take/study this course through your college it gave me more knowledge which shows that this course is very nice and great to do. Now I know more about HR and wish I will meet my career soon.”
Martha Aina Iyambo