In a human resources role, you’re responsible for maintaining an inclusive environment and improving the efficiency of your organization. This can be done by supporting areas such as employee training, recruitment, workplace ethics and labour relations. In these courses, you will develop leadership, teamwork, critical thinking and intercultural communication skills. You will identify how to execute new HR systems and policies effectively, and learn about individual and organizational behaviour. Not only will you study how to put strategies into effect, but you will understand why it’s valuable to an organization’s image and performance.
Performance and learning programs
We offer three programs centred on workplace learning that may be of interest to human resources professionals. Two micro-credentials: Designing Learning for a Changing Workplace and Designing Learning in a Hybrid Workplace, as well as a certificate in Adult and Continuing Education.
Human Resources courses
Most courses under this topic can be taken individually. Some may be applied towards specific programs. Please see the individual course pages for details.
The Certificate in Business Administration (CBA) is a flexible 13-week program designed to fit the needs of mid-career professionals, full-time employees and people looking for professional development. Learn about business administration, marketing, technology and more.
The Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) is a comprehensive business administration program designed to give you the practical knowledge and skills required for professional success. You'll learn business administration, business writing, management computing, financial accounting, marketing, small business management, international business and more.
In this short micro-credential, performance and learning professionals will build on their existing skills and experience to meet the changing industry needs. They will learn to design and develop programs that align with the necessities of the changing workforce and support employees to improve their job performance.
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