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Human Resource practices 371


 
Module code BDO 371
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Module content

*Only available for BCom (Human Resource Management) students.       

In this practically simulated orientated module it will be expected of students to do the following:
Part 1: Human Resource Management
During the course of the first semester it will be expected of students to establish a HR Department. The focus will be on small and medium size organisations. Students will act as '’human resource practitioners'' in organisations. The full spectrum of human resource practices, standards and competencies will be applied and practised. This practical module will also be of value for students joining established HR Departments in corporate settings. International HRM will also be incorporated.
Part 2: Human Resource Development
During the course of the second semester it will be expected of students to establish a HRD (Training) Department. The focus will remain on small and medium size organisations. Students will act as ''human resource development practitioners'' in organisations. The full spectrum of human resource development practices, standards and competencies will be applied and practised. This practical module will also be of value for students joining established HRD Departments in corporate settings. International HRM is also incorporated.

Module credits 12.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites Only available to BCom (Human Resource Management) students.
Contact time 1 lecture per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Human Resource Management
Period of presentation Year

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