Certification in HR Management

Course Summary
This Human Resource Management Syllabus Resource & Lesson Plans course is a fully developed resource to help you organize and teach human resource management. You can easily adapt the video lessons, transcripts, and quizzes to take full advantage of the comprehensive and engaging material we offer. Make planning your course easier by using our syllabus as a guide.

How It Works

You can use this human resource management course as a template for designing and implementing your course. Here are the key components of the course and how you can use them:

  • Chapters - Each chapter covers a unit of human resource management, from management theory and staffing to labor relations and workplace diversity. Use these chapters as mile markers as you map out your course. We recommend planning to spend a week on each chapter, but you can always allocate the chapters according to the length of your specific human resource management course.
  • Lessons - Within each chapter are soft copy of lessons that further break down topics into bite-sized chunks. These lessons cover single topics like job redesign or employee rights. Each one is often appropriate for a single class.
  • Key Terms - Within each lesson are key terms. These are emphasized on screen and in the transcript. As you develop your syllabus, these key terms help you focus on the most important learning objectives. For example, the lesson on employee compensation includes key terms like direct compensation, incentives, and indirect compensation.

Course Duration  : 6 Month 

Course Categary : Certification in Management 

Course Mode         : Online Self Study based

Course Fee             : ₹7500

Elegibility                : Minimum qualification 10th and any applicant can apply for this certification course.

Upto 50% Scholarship for SC/ST and who grabed 70% in thiers last qualification


Below is a sketch of the human resource management syllabus modeled on an 6 month course. This syllabus can be adapted based on your course schedule. Navigate the chapters and lessons for more details.


Week Unit Topics Covered
Month1 Overview of HRM Field The human relations movement, human capital, human resource department structure, job attitudes, ethics
Month 1 Organizational Theories & Human Resources Taylor's principles of scientific management, Fayol's staff management theories, the two types of managers
Month 2 Job Analysis and Design Job enrichment and enlargement, job rotation, job specifications and descriptions, job evaluation methods
Month 2 Staffing in Organizations The hiring process, staff selection methods, job bidding, employee turnover and absenteeism, employee termination
Month 3 Training and Development in Organizations Employee training programs, new hire orientation, Goleman's domains of leadership, employee discipline methods
Month 3 Performance Appraisals Administrative and developmental uses of performance appraisals, common appraisal methods, management by objective
Month 4 Employee Compensation Issues Types of compensation systems, compensation equity, mandatory and voluntary benefits, incentives
Month 4 Employment Law & Employee Rights The employment-at-will doctrine, equal employment opportunity, the Equal Pay Act, unemployment insurance
Month 5 Labor Relations The National Labor Relations Board, collective bargaining and unionizing processes, bargaining strategies, Executive Order 10988
Month 6 International Human Resource Management Approaches to global staffing, impacts of expatriate staffing, interactions with host- and third-country nationals
Month 6 Current Issues and Trends in HRM Affirmative action, cultural and age diversity, gender diversity, workplace violence, alternative work arrangements



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