Human Resource managers and specialists face continuous challenges as organizations rapidly adapt to the technological and economic evolution. The Diploma in Human Resources Management offers both current and aspiring human resource professionals an opportunity to enhance their career development by focusing on the best and latest industry practices, as well as to acquire conceptual, analytical and theoretical tools to face those ever-evolving challenges.
This program is a great way to help you:
Identify the elements that impact an organization’s recruitment and selection of qualified candidates;
Develop recruitment and selection plans, employing appropriate resources and tools;
Create job descriptions and job specifications based on a thorough job analysis;
Employ non-discriminatory screening procedures and processes that satisfy legal requirements;
Develop equitable and appropriate compensation systems for various types of organizations;
Establish compensation schemes for different categories of employees;
Implement and manage an effective compensation system;
Comprehend the cultural dimensions involved in managing a diverse work environment;
Get an introduction to the Quebec Labour Code and Labour Standards.
As in the workplace, teamwork is key here. Yes, there will lectures and assignments to complete on your own, but you'll also be part of ad-hoc teams discussing real-world subjects presented by human resources experts. You'll formulate strategies to solve problems or seize opportunities. Above all, you'll have ample chance to contribute personally to the process. Participation is paramount.
Who benefits most?
Anyone who wants a career in human resources.
Students who want an introduction to the essentials of recruitment and selection.
Students who want to pursue studies in human resources or law.
Any employer or employee who wants to understand the basics of recruitment.
Foreign business students who want to improve their understanding of recruitment in Canada.
Students who want an introduction to the essentials of labour law.
Any employer or employee who wants to understand the basics of labour law.
Full-time Program details
This full-time program includes an average of 24 hours of classroom time per week, scheduled Monday through Friday, between 9:00 and 18:00 each day. Students should be prepared to invest a minimum of 40 hours per week for class time, study and assignments. A schedule will be provided upon registration. Students can expect to spend approximately $300-$600 on textbooks and supplies.
Important All course exemptions must be requested in writing at the time of Admission in order to receive a tuition adjustment. To request a course exemption, students must complete a Course Exemption Form and submit it to the Centre for Continuing Education. Any exemptions granted after the admission period will not result in a tuition reduction.