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Human Resources, or HR, is a profession that consistently ranks high on lists of best careers, based on job growth, earnings potential, creativity, flexibility, and other factors.
HR Career Paths
Many entry-level HR jobs require a minimum level of education, as well as experience, which can often be obtained through internships, temporary positions or part-time jobs. These introductory positions offer a realistic view of the profession and the company and may lead to a permanent, full-time job offer as an HR assistant or other entry-level position.
HR assistants often move into professional-level roles, such as recruiting manager, payroll manager, staffing manager, administrator or human resources manager. Most HR professionals choose between two broad paths: generalist or specialist.
- Generalist – HR generalists often perform a wide variety of tasks. They do recruit, hiring, training and development, compensation and planning. They often develop personnel policies and ensure that the organization is in compliance with all federal, state and local labor laws. Job titles held by HR generalists include HR assistant, HR manager, and chief HR officer.
- Specialist – HR specialists typically work in larger organizations. Compared to generalists, they have a higher level of technical skill and knowledge in specialized areas, such as workforce planning, HR development, rewards, employee and labor relations, and risk management. Job titles include recruiter, retention specialist, compensation specialist, labor relations manager, safety officer, risk management specialist, benefits analyst, and trainer.
Top reasons why you should work in HR
· You’ll earn an above-average salary
The work of HR professionals is key to any organization, so it’s no surprise that they’re compensated appropriately. The median annual salary for human resources specialists in 2016 was $59,180, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).* To put that into perspective, the median wage for all occupations was $37,040.
· You’ll have some real staying power
Technology and automation can change an industry rapidly. Yet HR appears to be well-situated for withstanding technological displacement. It’s true that human resources information systems (HRIS) have automated some of the duties of HR generalists, but there is a large element to HR careers that simply can’t be automated.
· Each workday will be different
You have to stay on your toes when you work in HR. One day you may be helping an employee navigate changes to their health insurance while the next you could be dealing with the effects of new laws or regulations.
· You’ll work with people and will have the chance to change lives
The term “human resources” suggests you’ll be working with other humans. Needless to say, you shouldn’t pursue a career in HR without having a passion for working with others. The day-to-day duties of HR professionals constantly revolve around interacting with people, whether it’s conducting job interviews or assisting current employees with complaints or questions. If you thrive when working with others, you’ll have plenty of reason to enjoy the job.
A great HR professional can have a greatly positive impact on people just by clocking in each day. The daily duties of the job make employee welfare and happiness a matter of professional responsibility.
· You’ll feel gratification from solving problems
Do you ever feel like you see trouble coming before everyone else does? In this position, spotting and addressing a problem area is going to pay off. HR pros are on the front lines of employee problem-solving. Because of this, they have the opportunity to smooth out organizational kinks before they become company-wide knots.
- Exams held through the prestigious Pearson VUE, which is present in over 175 countries globally
- Get an internationally recognized level 4 Diploma from the U.K.
- The diploma is:
- Recognized by the Scottish Qualifications & Credit Framework (SCQF) as a level 7 qualification.
- Recognized by the European Qualifications Framework(EQF) as a level 5 qualification.
- Recognized by the Qualification and Credit Framework(QCF) as a level 4 qualification.
- Plus get an Excellence Training certificate that can be attested from Qatar Chamber and Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The syllabus covers the following topics:
- Human Resource Planning
- Performance Management
- The practice of HRM
- Organisational Behavior
- Employee Behavior
- Learning and Development
- Reward Management
- Employee Relations
- Contemporary Concepts in HRM
In order to complete the diploma, you will have to pass a computer based MCQ exam. Your exam will be conducted by your centre at a schedule that is convenient for you. If you unfortunately fail in your first exam attempt, you will be allowed four re-sit exam opportunities. However, all re-sit exams must be taken within two years from your first exam attempt date.
|Exam duration||No. of MCQs||Total marks||Pass marks|
|60 Minutes||50 MCQs||100 marks||50%|
▪ Training offered in both online and face to face modes.
▪ Flexibility through weekend as well as week day class schedules.
▪ Group classes and one on one options available.
▪ Video recorded lectures for those that miss the live classes.
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- Exam fee: US$ 137 (QR 500)
- Tuition and study material: US$1,235 (QR 4,500)
The following discounts are applicable:
- Group registration discount : 10%
- Early registration discount: 10%
- Upfront payment discount: 10%
* The fee can also be paid in installments.
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