Course Overview Administration in Human Resource Management program focuses on integrated learning experiences in which students develop problem solving and team building skills. The program is designed for students who desire a broad understanding of business operations with an intense focus on the area of Human Resource Management. This specific course of study will equip students with the highly sought after skills required for success in Human Resources while completing the strategic circle through courses in organizational management. Throughout the Human Resource Management program, students will gain insight into ethical and business problem solving issues through courses incorporating individual and group work, written assignments, and oral presentations.
Training Duration Total Training Hours : 28-30 Hours
Training Duration : 1 Week
Total Training Days : 4-5 Working Days
Training Schedules Weekdays (Sunday to Thursday)Regular Sessions : 4 Hrs Per day 
WeekEnds (Friday & Saturday)Fast Track Sessions: 6 -8 Hours per day 

Certifications: Weekdays (Sunday to Thursday)Regular Sessions : 4 Hrs Per day 
WeekEnds (Friday & Saturday)Fast Track Sessions: 6 -8 Hours per day 
Tests Yes
Learning Aids Yes
Course Material Hard & Soft Copies of Study Material
Language of Instruction English
Instructor Helpline Yes
1. Email
2. Social Media (For Emergency requirements)
Registration Requirements 1. Passport Copy
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. Passport size photographs
4. Course Fee
Mode of Payment: Cash / Cheque / Credit Card / Bank Transfer.
Eligibility Criteria
(Who should attend this training)
Everyone in the HR department
Course Benefits

Engage with and evaluate management-related problems

Develop an understanding of the discipline of management, with an emphasis on the historical, political, cultural and institutional forces shaping modern business

Gain the skills and competencies needed for creative and effective decision-making. Course subjects range from accounting for managers to strategic management and communication skills.

Course Contents / Outline

Human Resources Concentration


Introduction to Human Resource Management

Human Resource law

Compensation and Benefits

Human Resource Information Systems

Employee Training, and Development

Labor Relations

Strategic Management and Marketing

Leadership & Management


Safety Management in HR

Quality Systems in HR

Quality Management for Projects and HR

Social Media and E-Marketing for HR

International Marketing in HR


Subjects for discussion

The evolution of management theory, principles of management.

The classical and early theorists; Fayol, Weber, Taylor, Mayo: scientific management, authority, discipline, modern developments.

Organisational theory: objectives, categories, ownership, environmental factors and interaction.

Open and closed systems theory.

Coordination, cooperation, structure, control.

Communication and communication theories and channels.

Organisational structures, planning, growth and development, organisation charts, systems diagrams.

Duties and responsibilities of executives, delegation, responsibility.

Mission, vision, values, MBWA.

Motivational theory: human relations, social psychology; self-realisation, motivation-hygiene, expectancy theory.

The theories of Argyis, Maslow, McGregor, Likert, Herzberg, Vroom, Handy; intrinsic and extrinsic factors.

Leadership theory: traits, style, contingency; theorists.

Building and developing workgroups, group behaviour, norms, cohesiveness.

Managing change, creating and managing culture.

Moss Kanter, learning organisations and entrepreneurship.

Strategic management; the theories of Fayol, Chandler, Andrews, Ansoff, BCG, Porter, SWOT.

Environmental and competitive barriers to entry, industrial competitiveness.

Corporate objectives, policies, business ethics, social responsibilities.


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