Strengthen your understanding of the practical skills and knowledge that the HR Business Partner needs on a day-to-day basis with this 6 modular, on-line, interactive and easy-to-use training course
To be an effective HR business partner not only requires exceptional consultancy skills but also the ability to understand human resource strategy, a grasp of organizational culture, and the knowledge and skills to translate these into results.
This programme examines what HR business partners are, what they need to do, and the skill set required to translate the strategy into results. In six interactive and informative modules this course covers the role of the HR Business Partner, strategic human resources management, resourcing, talent planning, reward and employee relations. The expert contributor, Kathy Daniels, details each step of these key areas.
This online programme is ideal for those who are making the move to becoming a business partner or for those who are looking for a refresher to confirm they are on the right track.
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Participants are invited to undertake a final assessment in the form of an online multiple-choice paper. A pass rate of 80% and above is required to ensure that a high level of competency has been achieved within the subject area, where upon you will receive a ‘Certificate of Excellence’.
After graduating in psychology Kathy Daniels moved to work in human resource management. After ten years she was a senior manager in a manufacturing organisation employing 2,500 people worldwide. She then started her own business offering consultancy services. She writes extensively in HR and especially employment law, for a range of organisations including the CIPD. Kathy has written nine books, all in the area of HRM. She is Associate Professor and Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor International at Aston University, teaching employee relations and employment law at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She is also a Lay Member of the Employment Tribunal, sitting in Birmingham.